An Aromatherapy Candle that Gives Back

Buying the right candle at the right price can be a challenge. High-end brands are super expensive while cheap ones tend to never deliver.

The solution? A fancy candle that actually gives back — specifically the Benevolence L.A. aromatherapy candle. The company that makes them has a social good mission aligned with ending global poverty, end human trafficking, educate marginalized women and bring potable water worldwide.

Designed in California, Benevolence Los Angeles Candles ​
Designed in California, Benevolence Los Angeles Candles

The Details:

  • Choose from three scents: rose & sandalwood, Bergamont & Jasmine, Fig Tree, or Pine Wood
  • It’s made from all-natural soy wax without paraffins and burns clean for at least 45 hours.
  • These 8-0z. candles feature a slow-burning double redwood wick.
  • Every candle brings light to the darkness of human trafficking.
  • Every scented candle comes in a beautiful, giftable black box for a complete experience.

Amazon customers cannot stop raving about how good these candles smell and the packaging itself. One person wrote: “When I got this, I could immediately smell the fresh aromas from the candle even without lighting it up yet! The packaging and the product looks exquisite and I absolutely love how this product is made for a good cause. I totally support this advocacy so I feel like my money is well spent. I’ve lighted it up in my bedroom and it immediately filled up the room with the scent. But since it is expensive, you really have to keep it on for a few hours to keep it lasting longer. Would totally buy this for my mom!”

So you have a Mom gift stamp of approval. Try it at the very least. With its beautiful black glass jar, this soy candle will look great in any room of your home, whether it’s displayed on a coffee table or placed in the center of your kitchen island. Best of all, it’s available in three different sizes, so you can easily choose one that’s right for your space.

You can purchase HERE Amazon.

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