Hokkaido Vegan and Eco-Friendly Soy Wax Candles

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The time we spend in our homes has increased since the pandemic, so many people are likely to find themselves looking for peace, comfort and a relaxing atmosphere these days.

Sometimes it is necessary to slow down a bit and indulge in taking care of yourself.

After a stressful day, I still love to take a hot bath, do my skincare, make myself tea and cookies, make myself comfortable, light a candle, and start reading a good book.

Candles are a great way to create that calm and relaxing atmosphere inside your home; they soothe your soul with their flickering light and fill rooms with their pleasant scents.

Recently, in my search for new scents, I discovered North Candles (ノ ー ス キ ャ ン ド ル / Nosu Kyandoru) and their beautifully adorned eco-friendly soy wax candles.

North Candles is run by an international couple from Canada and Hokkaido. All of their candles are vegan and use seasonal dried flowers as adornments. The couple are located in the Tokachi area of ​​Hokkaido Prefecture, and ship the 100% handmade soy candles throughout Japan using plastic-free packaging.

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They recently released their Sakura candles and occasionally do discounts on their seasonal flower wax candles.

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My favorite types are mimosa candles and crown candles, but they also sell pillar candles, jar candles, and aromatic wax sachets beautifully decorated with dried flowers.

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You can find more information and purchase the candles on the official North Candles website.

They also accept Paypal.

Related links

North Candles Official Site

North Candles Official Instagram

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