In the mood for some self-care? Hong Kong’s beloved fragrance store The Candle Company has launched a line of 100% soy wax jar candles called MELT. Featuring uplifting scents and fun names that are designed to make you feel good and bring a smile to your face, MELT candles may just be what you need to find a moment of zen.
The range of 12 candles includes California Dreaming, an upbeat scent of orange, peach and eucalyptus. Scarborough Fair is a soothing, herbal mix of rosemary, thyme and citronella while Laidback Lily fuses Lily of the Valley, bergamot and musk for a mellow mood. Don’t skip out on Afternoon Delight, an irresistible mix of strawberries and redcurrants, or try Chill Out for a refreshing blend of lime and mint. New scents will join the line-up regularly.
MELT candles are priced to make you feel good, too: just HK$129 each, or choose any three for only HK$300. All candles are made by hand in Hong Kong in small batches, and each candle is finished with a cotton wick and burns for up to 45 hours.
It’s about to get lit, because we’re giving away two sets of MELT candles to two lucky COCO+ members!
How to win, you ask? To be eligible, all you have to do is join us and become a COCO+ member. COCO+ members get exclusive access to all sorts of events on top of regular perks like freebies and giveaways. It also comes with ad-free access to all the juicy goodness of Coconuts stories, along with first access to the latest Coconuts TV documentaries.
More good news: COCO+ membership can be yours for less than the price of one coffee! Read more about COCO+ and sign up here.
All COCO+ members interested in this giveaway should email to firstname.lastname@example.org with their full name and subject line “I want to MELT!” Members will be notified via email on 30 November 2020, so keep your eye on your inbox. We ask all winners to reply and claim their prize within 24 hours, or we will pick again. This giveaway is available to Hong Kong-based members only.
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