Foxglove Candle

The Foxglove is a pinkish-purple, odorless flower shaped like the fingers of a glove. Tall with erect spikes, the seeds, stems, petals and leaves of the plant are poisonous. Yet, it’s also the source of digitalis, used in medicine to increase the blood flow through the body.

Poison or cure?

Joya’s Foxglove plays with this duality. A soft green explosion, Foxglove is both tender and fierce, its salt meadow grass, cedar and oak supported by honeyed florals and a juicy burst of bittersweet blood orange.

Top Notes: blood orange, salt meadow grass and hyacinth leaves…

Heart: honeyed jasmine, camellia and jonquille…

Drydown: treaty oak, white cedar and wild musk…

com·po·si·tion
\ ˈfäks-ˌgləv \

noun

– any of a genus (Digitalis) of erect herbs of the snapdragon family.

– an odorless and pseudo-poisonous plant that is said to have covered New York City when Henry Hudson arrived on his way to find Antarctica.

A wild plant in the shape of a civilized glove on the hand, this green, wild, floral and fecund elixir imagines a scentless botanical as a shot in the heart to make it beat faster.

Key Words:

– bright and wild, green, precise, explosive


Foxglove Candle

Net Weight: 260 g / 9.2 oz.

Approximate Burn Time: 70 hours

Vessel: Handmade porcelain container with a 22k gold painted rim.

Ingredients: soy wax blend, fine fragrance, essential oil, cotton wick.

Key Fragrance Components: Aldehyde C-14, Aldehyde C-18, Aurantiol, Cedarwood Texas, Coumarin, Hedione, Hexyl Cinnamic Aldehyde White, Jasmal, Sandalore, Stemone.

– Trim wicks to 1/4" before lighting
– Burn candle for no less than 1 hour and no more than 3 hours at a time. This prevents wax tunneling
– Discontinue use when 1/2" of wax remains
– To reuse the candle vessel: hand wash in soapy water or leave the candle in the freezer overnight to remove extra wax

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