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Nudi Goods Soy Candle in Aluminum Tin

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We love our locally-made, inspired by nature, soy candles in an aluminum tins! These are the perfect size for every day use and for taking them on all your adventures!

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Product description

Nudi's candles are poured by hand to ensure attention to detail and a one-of-a-kind creation.

Scents:

Good Morning- smell of peppermint and eucalyptus to gently start the day and inspire focus and clarity.

Salty Coast- reminiscent of misty drives along Highway 1 from San Francisco to the Central Coast in Big Sur through clean notes of musk, mild grassy and floral scents, and more apparent overtones of salt.

Evergreen Cascades -reminiscent of the Cascades of Olympic Peninsula, this candle blends fir, pine, and citrus scents. It's clean, bright, crisp, and perfect for holiday seasons or summer nights.

Redwood Spring- reminiscent of sopping redwood forest trails in the spring, lined with lush ferns, blooming flowers, and flowing rivers. This scent is subtly earthy with floral overtones.

Materials: 100% soy wax and essential oils.

End of life: Soak the tin in hot water to soften any remaining wax and wipe clean with a rag.  Remove the metal wick holder (it's adhered with biodegradable glue) and recycle the metal base with your recyclables. Clean thoroughly with soap and water, allow to dry, and reuse!

More Reasons Why We Love Them: Nudi Goods is a small locally owned business that believes in ocean friendly, plastic-free living inspired by our natural world. They source their beeswax from one supplier/apiary that is hormone, antibiotic, and cruelty-free, and does not use non-organic chemicals on their farm. While the farm is not certified organic, they follow organic practices.

Made in Santa Cruz, CA. 

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