Indian Flowers Scented Candle
Notes - Soft romantic florals with delicate citrus notes - Potters Crouch bestselling fragrance for almost 30 years!
Lovingly poured in St Albans, England.
Burn Time - 45-50 hours
A FEW IMPORTANT WORDS FROM POTTERS CROUCH:
Historically many perfumes used to contain animal secretions and many waxes were made from tallow (animal fats) and some countries still use them today. We feel it is not necessary in this day and age as with the advances in technology it is possible to create a copy of a ‘scent’ by combining other scent molecules together, so we don’t need the help of a Beavers vanilla smelling butt thank you! There are also plenty of natural waxes readily available. We choose not to use beeswax in our products as this is what bees use to store their honey and house their young so we’d rather not disturb them as our bees need all the help they can get. Without bees we couldn’t bring you our lovely fragrances, we like to think of bees as being little tiny perfumers.
Being cruelty free is very important to us and we take great care to make sure all the ingredients we use are not tested on animals. As a company we will not work with any organisation that uses animal testing and we do not ship our products to countries who insist on animal testing. We have a long history of being animal lovers here from Henry and Tilly our office dogs to Freddo the garden frog, Drew our visiting shrew who steals dog biscuits and Brian our barn snail who comes out to party every night leaving a trail behind him …we wouldn’t hurt a fly!
No palm oil
We don’t use palm oil in any of the fragranced products we make simply because there are other waxes which do a far better job so it is not needed. Of course, we also care about the environment and sustainability as well so if there is a better alternative, we will always use it! Historically we have made soaps which have contained a tiny amount of CSPO or RSPO certified sustainable palm oil grown by independent farmers which does not contribute to deforestation or the loss of wildlife habitats but helps to support the farmers and their families and educate people about the problem with non-sustainable palm.
Hell no…No gmo
We believe that not enough is known about gmo products yet and their long-term environmental effects, so for now we will steer clear of them until we are told with absolute certainty, they have no detrimental effects on the environment and we won’t grow a third arm because of them… although that might come in handy! (see what we did there).