Yankee Candle Fluffy Towels Reviews
Product Type: Yankee Candle household products
Description:Brand: Yankee Candle / Type: Candle / Category: Home Fragrance
Newest Review: ... family and I happily unwrapped a pack of the smaller jar candles this Christmas - one of which was Fluffy Towels. My nemesis ... more
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Customer Yankee Candle Fluffy Towels Reviews (13)
by - written on 03/01/13 (Very useful, 91 readings)
Fluffy Towels is one of the first fragrances I tried when I purchased my Yankee Candle wax burner last year. Having read so many wonderful reviews of the Yankee range, it took me a while to jump on the bandwagon, but now I am converted and am working my way through the wax tarts I bought alongside my burner. Without wishing to preach to the converted, a wax tart is a disc which melts in the top of a wax burner to release the fragrance. They tend to be better value than candles and allow you to try the fragrance before investing in one of the more expensive items such as a glass jar candle. I find them incredibly convenient to use, as you simply pop the tart ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/09/12 (Very useful, 89 readings)
For my birthday this year one of my friends bought me a basket full of wonderfully smelling things for me to use. Amongst all of the bath and body products she had purchased a few Yankee candle wax tarts for me to use. Included in the wax tarts she had bought me was one called fluffy towels and this is my review of the product. For those who have had no experience of Yankee candle products before they offer a range of large, medium and small jar candles as well as tea lights, samplers and wax tarts in a vast amount of fragrances which seem to change with the seasons. I tend to use wax tarts most often as they are relatively inexpensive at around £1 to £1.20 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/04/12 (Very useful, 124 readings)
""The Yankee Candle Company"" Firstly I would like to tell you a little about the company who makes these Candles. Yankee Candle is one of the world largest candle company's. It all started with a teenage boy called Mike Kittredge in a town called South Hadley, Massachusetts USA. Mike made is first candle for his mother for Christmas 1969 out of melted crayons. His neighbours saw his candle and brought some so he made more and began producing them in higher amounts. He had help from different sources to find the growth of Yankee Candle. The company slowly expanded and moved to South Deerfield in 1983. Yankee Candle has grown ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/03/12 (Very useful, 98 readings)
After trying my first even Yankee Candle - Cherry Blossom, I couldn't wait to try another, I loved the Cherry Blossom so much as soon as I got halfway through it I thought I'd get another one on ready. I loved the range of fragrances they offered and the natural fragrances they all were. The presentation of then in jars and tumblers also appealed as our lounge, dining room and bedroom are all muted pale tones with silver and glass ornaments etc, so the Yankee Candles fitted in with the décor beautifully. They look so simple and elegant in the tumblers and jars and looked great in our rooms. Also for the price of them and how long they last they are well worth the money. . Read the complete review
by - written on 01/11/11, updated on 02/11/11 (Very useful, 69 readings)
When it comes to candles and the likes I love them however up until the other day I had read plenty of reviews online about Yankee Candles but never treated myself or been treated to one! That all changed when I was out about an about all day in a huge shop with a huge variety of them within in it and after actually getting the opportunity to sniff them and I decided to get some at long last! I decided as it was the first time I was going to buy some that I'd start off with the cheapest options and get some wax tarts which are designed to be melted in an oil burner to try out. This was the first candle I bought and used and I have to say, wow I was ... Read the complete review
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