Scandalwood lovers, rejoice! The best-selling Heretic fragrance is now available in candle form.
A mesmerising blend of creamy Sandalwood, exotic Coriander, and voluptuous Bulgarian Rose that falls into the mysterious aspects of Labdanum and White Musk. Scandalwood is a creative collaboration between Dita Von Teese and Heretic Parfum, it’s a scent fit for a sex siren, created with the eye of a visionary. A soft, red-lipped whisper with an all-consuming allure.
Top: Atlas Cedar, Coriander
Middle: Bulgarian Rose
Base: Labdanum, Sandalwood, White Musk
This candle burns for approximately 40 hours.
HOW IT SMELLS
Softly spicy, voluptuously floral and sensually woody, Scandalwood is perfect for setting the mood.
We love the soft, milky Sandalwood that really shines in this scent, giving it such a soft, velvety feel. A great candle to burn when you want to feel grounded, calm, and in touch with your truest self.
ABOUT THE BRAND
Heretic – one who does not conform to the ideals or opinions of the masses; one who follows their own path.
Created in 2016 in New York by Douglas Little, Heretic is a natural, artisan, small batch fragrance collection. Based on the mysterious, sensual and feral aspects of nature, Heretic began with a conscious choice to do things a little differently. Provocative, challenging, unapologetic, visionary and beautiful – Douglas Little has created a rare, unusual and comprehensive collection. As Heretic boldly disrupts the status quo of the fragrance industry with their radical transparency, their fragrances delve into the esoteric world and the realms of homeopathy, ayerveda, and herbology.
Douglas made the choice to work with entirely natural materials – essential oils, concretes and absolutes (blended in non GMO, organic grape and sugarcane alcohol) using traditional perfumery techniques. Believing that nature gives us sexy and erotic scents, the Heretic perfume collection creates unique depth and complexity.
“Natural fragrances are much like wine in that you can detect nuances of the plant, the soil, and its surroundings. They have characters that cannot be achieved with synthetic copies. These fragrances are alive, they create an olfactory fingerprint” – Douglas Little.