Sunday, March 27, 2011

Voluspa Elysian Garden Candle Review


To burn a Voluspa candle is to be introduced to a world of excellence in fragrance and candle light that delights the senses and adds luxe to everyday living. Fueled by a love for art, fragrance and elegant illumination, Troy and Traci Arntsen created their first scented candle in their kitchen in 1999. Combining Traci's expert nose and knowledge of botany with Troy's engineering technical background, the duo is credited with developing clean burning and potently fragrant candles renowned in the industry. Voluspa's creamy coconut wax blend enhances fragrance throw, burns ultra clean, and delights consumers world wide. The Elysian Garden Candle is sunlight shining on trees into ferns, moss and grotto. A mix of sun warmed citrus fruit and gentle green foliage.


Voluspa Maison Elysian Garden candle ($27) 12 oz is one of Voluspa's fragrances from Maison Blanc, a new collection with the luxe sophistication that loyal fans have come to expect from Voluspa. It smells like an array of trees and ferns, but much more pleasant. It's described as, "Speckled Sunligh Shinking through trees onto ferns, moss and grotto. Sun warmed citrus fruit and gentle green foliage." I don't think I could put it any better.


Overall it's a beautiful candle, and I don't think I'll ever actually burn it it's so pretty. Voluspa carries tons of different candles, I can't imagine any of them smell as good as this one. It's rather large at 12 ounces, and if you do plan on burning it, I'm sure it would last a long long time. You can purchase the Voluspa Elysian Garden at Voluspa for $27. Of course you can purchase this in smaller sizes too.

Disclosure: A press sample was sent to me for consideration from PR for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own. No monetary compensation was received.

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