Hunter Candles are hand-poured in Newtown, Sydney, using pure soy wax, which is both biodegradable and free from pesticides. Their candles are palm oil free and contain no genetically modified material or petroleum. They proudly use full fragrance, which is non-toxic and free from petrochemicals, phthalates and parabens.
JESSICA No. 9 DAISY
A playful and bright rework of soft white florals. Jessica imbues any room with a youthful bouquet of floral notes spliced with summery peach nectar. Subtle, soft and undeniably pretty, Jessica evokes all the appeal of a sun-dappled dalliance.
This sensorial dovetailing of divine fruit and floral notes promises to lighten your mood and brighten your space, sparking an aura inspired by wild and carefree endless summers.
This candle burns for approximately 45-50 hours. Please refer to packaging for candle care instructions.
ABOUT THE BRAND
From humble beginnings in a Newtown backyard to a light-filled industrial enclave on King Street, Hunter Candles is a true embodiment of the creative energy and distinct community culture that courses through Sydney’s art-filled streets.
Every Hunter Candles blend is born from a moment in time, a memory, a muse – a scent undiscovered, yet somehow intoxicatingly familiar.
Gritty, intriguing, and inherently grungy, Hunter Candles embodies everything founder, creator and maker Vianney Hunter is about. When developing a new scent, Vianney combines nostalgic earthen tones and raw textures with inspiration drawn from the mentors, makers and memories that colour her world. Passionate about preserving the art of candle-making, each candle is brought to life with two bare hands – and promises to remain this way. More than just a scent, Hunter Candles is a true olfactory experience.
Hunter Candles are perfect for those looking to make more mindful candle choices without compromising on aroma or aesthetic. They take conscious steps to minimise waste wherever possible, and meticulously select materials of the highest quality to create each of their candles.