PF Candle

$20

PF candles are simple: they're all made with 100% domestically grown soy wax, fine fragrance oils, and cotton-core wicks. The fragrances ue are paraben-free, phthalate-free, and never (ever) tested on animals.


7.2 oz, 40-50 hour burn time.
2.9" in diameter and 3.5" in height.

By PF Candle Company

No. 04: Teakwood & Tobacco The one that started it all. Some call it the boyfriend scent, we call it the O.G. Notes of leather, teak, and orange.

No. 10: Sweet Grapefruit Ice cold lemonade. Dinner on the patio with your favorite people. Notes of grapefruit, yuzu, and lemon.

No. 11: Amber & Moss A weekend in the mountains, sun gleaming through the canopy. Notes of sage, moss, and lavender.

No. 19: Patchouli Sweetgrass A windows-open, incense-burning Saturday with nowhere to be. Notes of cream, sweetgrass, and smoke.

No. 21: Golden Coast Big Sur magic, wild sage baking in the sun, the rumble of waves and rocks. Notes of eucalyptus, sea salt, redwood, and palo santo.

No. 28: Black Fig Backyard fruit trees, something baking in the oven. A little spicy and just sweet enough. Notes of evergreen, mission fig, and spice No.

No. 29: Piñon Winters in the Southwest, lingering bonfires, wool jackets in rotation. Notes of pinon logs, cedar, and vanilla.

No. 32: Sandalwood Rose New York meets Los Angeles. Notes of cashmere rose, oud, and sandalwood. Our take on a unisex floral. Notes of cashmere rose, oud, and sandalwood.

No. 33: Sunbloom Day-tripping in the desert, spring’s first bloom, infinite blankets of kaleidoscopic wildflowers. Notes of golden-rayed lily, yarrow, and tonka bean.

Los Angeles: Overgrown bougainvillea, canyon hiking, epic sunsets, city lights. Notes of redwood, lime, jasmine, and yarrow. Created for an initiative by the Mayor’s Fund of Los Angeles and a portion of all scent sales benefit the Downtown Women’s Center

No. 34: Cedar & Sagebrush Miles of ancient stone and minerals, moments of calm on a windswept ridge, deep inhales overlooking arid wildland. Aromatic, dry, and woody. Granite, dry sage, and Sierra juniper.

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