Use Your Own Vessel Candle Kit in Scent No. 09 Coconut Milk, Fresh Fig, Sandalwood
Fig forward and extra jammy. It's a deliciously sweet, indulgent scent. Creamy coconut milk with woodsy sandalwood give it an unexpected twist.
Scent Notes: Coconut Milk, Fresh Fig, Sandalwood
Included in bag: 10oz of scented eco-friendly coconut blend wax, cotton wick, wooden wick holder, and box of matches. All ingredients are free of lead, parabens, paraffin, and phthalates.
Burn Time: 10oz of wax burns for about 50 hours
Melt: Microwave the eco-friendly, scented wax in its plant-based packaging to melt it.
Pour: Pour the melted wax into your favorite vessel. A jelly jar, ceramic vase, or quirky teacup all work well.
Enjoy: Let your new candle solidify. Trim the wick, light and enjoy!
For as long as people have been using candles, they’ve been creating waste. It’s a problem that has only gotten worse over time. Most candles are mass-produced using paraffin - a byproduct of petroleum; most tumblers never get reused or recycled - contributing to landfill; and an empty candle glass you toss out today can take up to a million years to break down. We believe there’s a better, more sustainable way of doing candles. At Siblings, we’re on a mission to tackle throwaway culture, and our first step is doing candles right - right by the environment, right by your home, right for your health. Candles may be a small piece of the problem, but every step towards living more sustainably matters, and every Siblings candle - with its plant-based packaging and natural coconut blend wax - makes a difference.
Handmade in Tahoe City, California
*Woman Owned Business
When I returned to the United States after living in Sweden for several years, something didn't feel right. It took me a while to put my finger on it: In Sweden, people take a lot of pride in designing their home. They use materials and buy products that are made to last. They invest in household items and rarely toss them out. Back home, in the U.S., I noticed the opposite. America has a throwaway culture. I started Siblings with my brother, David (yes, we're actual siblings!) because we strongly believe that this culture of wastefulness can be changed. My brother and I grew up outside of Buffalo, NY. We saw our mother compost before it was cool. We saw our dad building things with meticulous craftsmanship, things that were made to last. We saw an America family living sustainably, without compromising on the comforts that made us happy. We know it can be done. We hope you'll join us on this journey of tackling throwaway culture, and making beautiful, sustainable household goods that will make you feel truly at home.