Product Type: Air Wick in Homeware
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Airwick Candles in General
Member Name: sammy00
Airwick Candles in General
Advantages: Some nice fragrances and a reasonable price
Disadvantages: Mulled Wine and Vanilla Bean had a chemical smell
As we have a dog I always have a scented candle going in the lounge to attempt to cover the dog smell up and at Christmas I decided to try the Air Wick's Ribbons Scent candles as they were on offer at just £3 at Tesco and I wanted a more festive smell. I opted for the Mulled Wine and Crackling Fire at the time but have since tried the Pink Sweet Pea, Smooth Satin and Moon Lily and White Vanilla Bean.
Air Wick Product and Claims
Air Wick Ribbon Candles are an "innovative scented candle is designed to infuse your whole room with luxurious fragrance". Air Wick say that these candles layer up essential oils so as your burn through the candle these release a burst of fragrance.
The candles are presented in a small square glass jar, which I have found can be used a nice simple tea light holders when the candle is finished. The jar's are strong and look nice. The candle fills these jars just over ¾ full.
The Ribbon Candle range includes the fragrances:-
Mulled Wine & Cracking Fire - "A rich blend of cinnamon and nutmeg finished with sensual amber and warm woods".
Pink Sweet Pea - "Delight your senses with full bloom pink sweet pea and fresh melon, accented by a burst of sun ripened raspberry"
Smooth Satin and Moon Lily - "Experience the enticing, floral notes of Moon Lily, and slip away to a luxurious worlds of satin sheets and delicate perfume"
White Vanilla Bean - ""smooth blend of white vanilla sprinkled with essence of fresh coconut and a touch of magnolia and musk
The Pink Sweet Pea and Smooth Satin were my favourites. They have subtle fragrances that really filled the room and they lasted for ages. They smelt natural and light. However the Mulled Wine and White Vanilla Bean were far too strong and had a chemical tone to them. The White Vanilla Bean in particular was overally strong and you could only pick up on the vanilla and not the magnolia and musk!
Overall the candles (Sweet Pea and Smooth Satin) in mind are great fragranced candles that fill your home with a light natural fragrance they do smell of what they are supposed to. The Pink Sweet Pea does smell of sweet peas and you get a random hit of raspberry, and the Smooth Satin is a perfume tone mixed with fresh linen. Usually costing around £4.50 they are a reasonable price and last a long time. As the candle has ribbons of essential oil running through it as they are reached you get a different dimension to the smell which stops you from getting used to it.
Summary: A well rounded fragranced candle
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