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Ten Popular Perfumes in Candle Form: Home Cologne
Perfumes are transformative, sparking feelings of joy, desires to seduce, and everything in between. Likewise, their candle alternatives can enact a positive atmosphere shift for the home as well. So when a scent is so enticing that you don’t want it to stop at your skin, don’t worry—there’s a candle for that.
TokyoMilk Song in D Minor
Known for delicately exotic blends, TokyoMilk’s Song in D Minor is a refreshing take on old perfume standbys like gardenia, amber, and orange. In soy candle form, it fills the air with a clean, crisp smell.
With an estimated burn time of one hundred hours, this breezy, tropical soy candle will invigorate a room with minimal effort on your part. It might make you crave mango like crazy, though.
Jo Malone makes some of the most coveted and acclaimed candles around. The beauty of Lime Basil & Mandarin is that it’s a unisex scent, meaning that everyone can appreciate its citrusy infusion.
Praline, bergamot, melon, and sandalwood come together to create CH, a perfume Carolina Herrera released in 2007. But despite such heady notes, the perfume—and its candle offshoot—are said to be surprisingly light.
L’Occitane products are usually classically clean and pleasantly sweet, making them great for the skin or the home. Fleur Chérie contains a mingling of floral scents inspired by the Mediterranean and orange-blossom water.
Tocca offers a variety of perfume-inspired candles, including Cleopatra, a grapefruit-and-cucumber blend. Sephora recommends this particular scent for the bathroom. For a more multipurpose candle, check out Feu de Touch.
For times that call for a comforting, homey fragrance, Bath & Body Works likely has the candle you need at an affordable price. Vanilla Bean Noel smells of rich caramel flecked with vanilla bean.
(_$9.50, Bath & Body Works)