Black Coral and Oakmoss
This sensual fragrance marries notes of lavender, amber, and geranium. Mossy, marine highlights will catch you off guard, as the aroma will make you feel warmly enveloped by a high-end cologne.
Top: Orange, Lime
Heart: Geranium, Lavender, Jasmine
Base: Oakmoss, Amber, Cedar, Tonka Bean
A strong, universally loved scent makes it perfect for any room in the home, and all environments.
Our fragrance oil candles are made with sustainably sourced coconut wax and a crackling booster wooden wick. All fragrance oils are Phthalate Free (commonly used to make plastics more durable), Paraben Free, Lyral Free, Lilal Free, Formaldehyde Free, and Sulfate Free. Candles are hand-poured in a reusable vessel. Please check our Synthetic Fragrance Statement for more information on the Fragrance Oils used.
Net Weight: 15 oz / 425 g
Burn Time: 80 - 90 hours
The best products on the market are intentionally made to be safe, clean, and non toxic. As a consumer of these products, I want to be a buyer who understands what makes the ingredients less harmful.
Majority of candle companies out there simply label their products safe and natural as part of their green marketing strategy.
Toxic ingredients in some fragrance oils have carcinogens, productive toxins, neurotoxicants, and allergens. These include (but are not limited to):
- Phthalates (used to make scents last longer, but are hormone disruptors linked to reproductive birth defects).
- Octoxynols and Nonoxynols (hormone disruptors).
- Benzene derivatives, Formaldehyde, and Toluene (known carcinogens).
As we know, fragrance oils are created in a lab, yes. They are also made by mixing synthetic and/or natural aroma compounds. However, we must remember that not all synthetic fragrances are created equal.
The best fragrance oils should be Paraben Free, Phthalate Free, Lyral Free, Lilal Free, Formaldehyde Free, and Sulfate Free.
Products from Herbal Jawn Apothecary use fragrances, essential oils, and synthetic oils that are free from carcinogens, reproductive toxins, and other potentially hazardous chemicals often found in fragrances.