If you’re looking for a unique way to add a floral scent to your home, but don’t want to burn flowers, then Zoe’s succulent and flower-shaped candles are for you. Succulents Soy Candles are handmade from pure soy wax, lead-free wicks, and phthalate-free fragrance oil.
Zoe of Zoet Studio is a Vancouver-based artist who loves to create handmade succulent and flower-shaped soy candles.
Her candles are so cute you’d never want to burn them.
Soy candles release fewer toxic chemicals than paraffin candles when they’re burnt, which is why they’re better for the environment. Do you know what’s better than the smell of fresh lavender? The smell of fresh lavender when you’ve lit up a succulent candle and it’s burning!
What is the difference between soy candles and regular ones? Most store-bought candles are made from paraffin, a material that releases toxic chemicals into the environment. Succulent Soy Candles are made from 100% natural soy wax and plant-derived waxes. Unlike other candles, they do not release toxins into your home.
That’s why we love Zoe (of Zoet Studio) and her handmade succulent and flower-shaped soy candles. Each one is made from pure soy wax, lead-free wicks, and phthalate-free fragrance oil.
So if you’re looking for a unique way to make your home smell amazing without even having to light a candle or incense stick, check out Zoe’s work!
Soy Candles That Look Like Real Plants Without All The Work
All in all, Zoet Studio is a highly creative small business producing beautifully scented candles that give off a subtle and soothing glow. Zoe’s succulent candles are handmade and really reflect the aesthetic of her store, which is just so fun to look at. Zoet Studio is a wonderful example of how combining artistic expression with functional homeware can result in individualized and bespoke pieces for your home, ideal for gifting or treating yourself!
By making them look like succulents, Zoe has made a candle that is more attractive than most. They’re also practical in that they can be used as decorative objects. I love the idea of accents with candles built-in, and it would make for a charming gift for a housewarming party or for your friend who just moved into their first apartment.
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