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Scents of Spring with The White Company

This weekend was the first one that finally felt like we're starting to leaving winter behind and enter the crisp and warm days of Spring. What marks the season change for me is when the daffodils first start to bloom and the air is filled with the scent of grass and new blooms. The other week I was kindly invited along to an event at The White Company for the launch of their new Scents of Spring collection. Here we learnt all about the new candles that are launching this spring with a bit of detail behind each scent. 

The first scent we were introduced to was White Geranium* (£26), which was designed to capture the aroma of a spa with soothing lavender and tranquil eucalyptus, geranium, soft rose and thyme. What I love about this candle aside from the relaxing smell is the ceramic pot it comes in. You may have already seen this in the background of some blog photos as I think it looks really classic and pristine and it will definitely be used as cotton pad storage when I've finished burning it. The White Geranium scent is part of a whole range with a number of different products including their spa like bath salts, which again come in this lovely ceramic pot.

The aim of the English Garden* (£16) candle is to encapsulate the fresh and fragrant scent of a glorious summer's day with notes of honeysuckle, rose, jasmine and lilac. If you can imagine as  a child playing in the garden with the scent of a freshly cut lawn, summer flowers and sunshine- this candle smells exactly like that. I really can't wait to burn this in the living room on a hot sunny London day and imagine I'm out in the countryside in the middle of nowhere rolling around in the grass.  

Rose* (£20) is the first rose scented candle released from The White Company and it comes as part of their signature collection, which probably doesn't smell like any rose candle you've smelt before. This original scent is because it contains both white heart of Jasmine and Lily, which adds a little something extra whilst still reminding you of a fresh bloom of roses.    

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