PRLog - Nov. 10, 2011 - OLATHE, Kan. -- With the winter holiday season fast approaching, Pure Scented Candles is excited to offer 12 wonderful winter scents for our everyday candles.
Winter Season Scented Candles
There is something magical about the winter season. It may be cold outside, but indoors is warm and inviting. A crackling fire in the fireplace, the smell of fresh baked cookies, multi colored lights and decorations, and of course the familiar aroma of pine. A true delight to the senses, that creates many of the memories we cherish.
Pure Scented Candles has captured the beauty and fragrance of the Winter Holiday Season in the scented candles we are offering this year. So pick your favorite scent and add to the enjoyment of this beautiful season.
Pure Scented Candles will be offering the following scents for the winter holiday season: Candy Cane, Christmas Greetings, Christmas Hearth, Christmas Tree, Cinnamon Stick, Frankincense and Myrrh, Hazelnut Cappuccino, Hollyberry, Mistletoe, Swiss Miss, Winter Fresh, and Yuletide.
The Wonderful Winter Scents are available in most of our everyday candles, including: Apothecary Jar Candle, Rustic Candle, Votive and Tea Light Candle and our Wax Tarts. All of our candles are handmade with highly scented pure soy wax and will fill your home with these awesome winter holiday scents.
And if you have never had soy wax candles we think you will like the difference! Soy wax is an all natural product made from soybean oil. It is a clean burning wax, which means no black soot on the candle jar or in your home. They will last longer than traditional paraffin wax candle. The typical burn time for 16 oz. soy wax candle is about 75 to 100 hours. The clean burning soy wax also allows all of that great fragrance to be enjoyed flawlessly!
Add to the beauty of the holiday season with a finely scented soy wax candle.
For more information go to http://www.purescentedcandles.com
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