A Christmas Gift Guide ... Candle Style! | St Eval Candle Company

A Christmas Gift Guide ... Candle Style!



It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas! The festive rush will soon be upon us and it's time to put our thinking caps on and think of the perfect gifts for our loved ones. Nothing quite beats the warm fuzzy feeling of gifting that special someone with a beautifully wrapped parcel filled with festive delights.




Here at St Eval Candle Company we've compiled a list of fragrances that will have something for everyone to take the stress out of Christmas shopping...



The Yoga Buff






If your loved one is up at the crack of dawn doing the lotus pose every day, Tranquility is the scent for them. This scent is a relaxing mix of lavender, orange and ylang ylang and will help them achieve ultimate Zen.




The Foodie






For someone who loves to cook up a storm in the kitchen, Bay & Rosemary is the one for them. Not only is it a gorgeous scent, but it does a great job of refreshing the kitchen once they've finished cooking up their culinary masterpieces. The herbal notes to this sent will no doubt set their mind racing with inspiration for new recipes.




The Pamperer






If your special someone is partial to the odd relaxing bath here and there, then Lavender is the perfect accompaniment to that long relaxing soak. Top off their pamper time with this soothing scent to make bath time that bit more luxurious.





The Beach Bum






Sea Salt is the ultimate fragrance for the beach dwellers among us. This scent will transport them back to sunny days spent on the beach with sandy toes and sea salt in their hair.




The Walker






Reminiscent of rugged country lanes of our North Cornish coast with white Hawthorn flowers in bloom, this scent is sure to transport your loved one back to days spent trekking through our beautiful British countryside.




The Gardener






For anyone who loves pottering around in the garden nursing their seedlings, Tomato & Basil is the scent for them. This scent is like being in a green house, smelling the vine leaves from a ripe tomato plant.