CANDLE MY FIRST BAOBAB A SAINT-TROPEZ
CANDLE MY FIRST BAOBAB A SAINT-TROPEZ
CANDLE MY FIRST BAOBAB A SAINT-TROPEZ
CANDLE MY FIRST BAOBAB A SAINT-TROPEZ

CANDLE MY FIRST BAOBAB A SAINT-TROPEZ

Mint-Blackcurrant-Rosemary
Title 08MFB
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The Baobab Collection à Saint Tropez scented candle is decorated with a multicolored and gold silkscreen print based on the roofs of this village’s homes and featuring its mythical bell tower.

8cm | 190gr | 1 wick | Burning 30h

Mint - Blackcurrant - Rosemary Each roof is printed with sailor stripes, as the candle’s gourmet mint and blackcurrant fragrance transports you to the village marina when it’s time for ice cream.
Always let the candle burn until its surface is totally liquid. This step can be long, especially during the very first burn. Once the wax is totally liquid, you can let the candle burn for a maximum of one hour. The layer of liquid wax should never exceed one centimeter in height. Never exceed the maximum burning time indicated on the instruction label, nor let it burn to the end. Systematically keep a centimeter of wax at the bottom.
For more details on the safety instructions go to the page The art of burning.

Shipping rates

We offer a choice of 3 delivery options within the United States (Ground, 2-Day and Next Day).
All orders are shipped from our fulfillment center in New Jersey.
At this time we are unable to ship to P.O. Boxes or military addresses.


We offer Free Ground shipping within the 48 continental U.S. states only. Shipping rates for Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and US territories will vary.

Delivery Time
Shipping charges will be based on the weight of the items ordered and shipping destination. If shipped Ground, packages should be received within:

1-2 business days - Midwest

2-3 business days - Central & Eastern Coast

4-5 business days - West Coast & Canada

5-7 business days - AK, HI & PR

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