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About Living Dutch Flower Collection
Flowers and the Netherlands are linked. Since 1950 the Netherlands has been at the center of the world flower trade. Flowers add colors to the typically Dutch landscape. Bulb fields, long narrow ditches and green strips of grass create a colorful palette – a nice painting itself. Flowers are one of the main export products of the Netherlands and attract millions of tourists from all over the world, year after year.
The wonderful fragrances of the Dutch flowers are now available for everyone worldwide in the new Living range. Enjoy the timeless fragrances of our scented candles, home perfume sticks and room sprays.
A fresh fragrance with lavender accords on top, blended with eucalyptus and conifer accords. The heart of the composition is floral featuring rose, iris and lilac. The fragrance ends with a woody base of patchouli and cedar, along with amber, leather, musk and tonka beans.
By lightning the candles, the floral aromas will spread among the room. Candlelight is gentle and not overwhelming. The Greenland candles are good for approximately 40 burning hours. Dutch Flower Collection scented candles are as natural as possible. The base is coconut palm wax, which is bought under the RSPO scheme - see also www.rspo.org. This scheme manages palm plantations, which protects the rain forests and the associated eco system.
Usage and advice:
Remove all packaging before lighting. These candles are designed to liquify in use. Place on a suitable level surface away from draughts, flammable materials and external heat sources such as a fire or radiator. Protect polished surfaces if necessary. Keep out of reach of pets and children. Trim wick to 1 cm each time the candle is lit. For best results, burn for 3-4 hours at a time. Never leave a burning candle unattended.
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Free from (negative) parabens, colorants, gluten, lactose, SLS/SLES, silicons, mineral oils, PEG, phthalates, propylene glycol, formaldehyde, alcohol, microplastics, GMO.