With these cold winter nights it seems that trying to work throughout the day and evening is becoming a lot harder for most of us. As the lights dim, I know that my concentration does too so I’ve had to try my hardest to work through ‘nap time’ and know when it’s time to call it a night. One of my favourite things to do lately has been to take a bath right at the end of all my work, add a bath bomb, bubble bath, oils or whatever I can possibly want, and light a candle.
My favourite definitely has to be the Neal and Wolf candle, as my little tea lights just haven’t made the cut. I absolutely adore the relaxing and soothing smell from this beautiful candle, whilst the dark purple definitely sets the mind for relaxing. With Orange blossom, mandarin, ylang-ylang and a hint of lily, there’s no wondering why I loved it so much. It’s such a perfect relaxing yet uplifting scent that slowing burns and fills the bathroom.
One thing I love about candles, especially when using them is a treat, is when they come with instructions on how to get the most from your candles. Now, I am well aware that for most people this is just common sense, but when you’re used to tea lights, you kind of need a little instruction. To get the best out of this candle, you simply trim it to 1cm every time before lighting. Very simple instructions, yet it makes your candle last that little bit longer.
It’s always important to take note on things, especially at £17.95 a candle as you can’t exactly through it away and just start again. For just under £20 it may seem a little pricey, but I feel that with the size of the candle, scent and quality of the scent whilst it’s burning, it’s a wonderful indulgent investment for your relaxation time.
Have you tried Neal and Wolf before? What did you think?