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Sunshine & Daisies DayLight

$2.40 $3.00

0092-010487
2.25" x 1.13"

Enjoy the nature of the happiest of flowers. Daisies bring sunshine and bright bold colors to our everyday lives. Our innovative DayLights will burn 10 to 12 hours and are a perfect way to sample scents in any room, with any style!  These mighty candles are twice the size of a tea light and offer a deceptively large throw; the self-cover makes them perfect travel companions too! Reusable & recyclable. 

Scent Description and Scent Notes:

Sunshine & Daisies — Enjoy the nature of the happiest of flowers. Daisies bring sunshine and bright bold colors to our everyday lives.

Lemon, Apple Daisy, Cyclamen, Jasmine Amber, Musk

"Our candles are part science, part art. The crucial part of the process is getting the fragrances absolutely right."

— President/CEO Michael Kittredge III

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4.7 Based on 3 Reviews
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LW
05/17/2021
Lori W.
United States
I recommend this product
Just like Spring

I absolutely love this scent. It’s just slightly sweet but so refreshing - really reminds me of Spring!

PS
05/16/2021
Patricia S.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Sunshine and daises daylight

Love the smell will buy it again

T
03/22/2021
TravelingTurtle
Summer sunshine in a little orange container

The Sunshine & Daisies Daylight is a good mix of fruit, floral, and sun. The crisp apple/citrus/daisy/amber that we smelled upon cold sniff is what we got also while the Daylight was burning. Didn't get distinct top, middle, and base notes with this one. If you are looking for daisies and a summer feel, you'll definitely get that throughout. The scent throw filled up our dining room. The floral label and tangerine orange container color add to its feel of summer. Even though they don't look to share similar fragrance notes, this smells like the summer cousin to Clearwater Creek - which I might not have noticed, except burning them one after the other.

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