... this high Fragrance Low Price candle. Hands up if you have been disappointed many times before with candles which smells nice, but don't smell strong enough and which end up being more of a decorative lighting rather a room fragrance. Is the price of a candle relative to its fragrance strength? How much do you need to spend to have a decently fragranced candle? I don't know but I'm dying to show you a candle I’ve found ... from Sainsbury's from all places.
Sainsbury's doesn't call it a candle. For them, it's a 'spa wax filled jar' but for me it's a candle which finally smells strong enough and which I don't need to burn for hours on end to leave the room with fragrance.
Obviously, the coconut nutty that I am had to to get the coconut one.
The best thing about it is its price. It retails at £5, but at the moment, the whole range is at half price.
I am so crazy about coconut that I am a bit narrow minded and can't even imagine why anyone wouldn't like coconut. But fear not, if you wanted to make the most of the half price offer and discover the high fragrance range in the process, they also do it in mango and in dark vanilla.
I don't think that a screw lid top jar makes the candle look very luxurious and next time, I'll probably buy a pillar one but I must admit that the jar one is very handy to tuck away when the candle is not in use. I am in love
What: High Fragrance ‘TU’ Spa Wax Filled Jars (candles)
How much: RRP: £5.00. On special offer at £2.50
Where: Sainsbury's Supermarkets nationwide
p.s oh and if you’re a fan of tea lights, they have the ‘waterlily’ candle holder also on offer at the moment and you can get it for just a quid! This would make a great Christmas stocker. What? You gotta buy things when you see them :)
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