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Lumnique Personalized Scented Candles Review

Is there anything better than the scent of a nice candle? It can be used to relax you or to set the mood if you know what I mean. Around my house, we use a lot of tea lights, just because it is $1 for a million of them. Unfortunately the little tea lights don’t last that long. So when I was asked by Lumnique Candles to choose a candle to review, I was very excited.

Lumnique Candles are made specifically for you. Yes you. You choose the color and the scent. They have every color under the sun, and almost every scent. You can choose from a fruity color like pear, apricot, or lemongrass. They even have exotic fruits like kiwi, red currant, or pomegranate. They have floral scents like rose, sandalwood, eucalpytis, and white gardenia. Finally, they have natural and food scents like caramel, cider, roasted hazelnut, pumpkin (yum!), and even FRESHLY BAKED BREAD. I honestly don’t know why I didn’t choose freshly baked bread.

What I chose was the lilac scent in pale blue. My favorite color and my favorite scent. Let me tell you, this candle is heavenly. I got the gift set with came with a gorgeous __oz candle, some long matches, and a gorgeous box to keep it in. I can’t say enough about the scent. It is very light and airy, not overwhelming or strong. Each candle is made with a clean-burning soy blend and a cotton wick. The dye and the essential oils used are all natural. Each candle is made only after it is ordered, so you are getting your own individualized candle every time. The candles burn for around 40 hours. For more information on Lumnique candles, check out their website.

Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.

Lindsey Aylward

Lindsey currently lives on the MA/NH border with her husband, son, and dog. She enjoys crafting, reading, and way too much television for her own good. She blogs at

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