LOHN NORD / Black Spruce & Pine Candle
The great outdoors in a candle.
A crisp, woodsy blend combining the resiny depth of balsam fir with earthy notes of cedar. Black spruce energizes, while pine and fennel add refreshing clarity.
Scented with a blend of balsam fir, black spruce, cedar leaf, pine needle and fennel essential oils.
Every candle is vegan, cruelty-free, paraben-free and hand poured in Toronto.
Size: 7.5oz / 212g
Candle is made with phthalate-free fragrances, a blend of organic coconut and soy wax, a cotton wick, and recyclable packaging.
HOW TO USE
Burn on a stable, heat-safe surface away from drafts and flammable materials. Keep in sight, away from children and pets. During use, glass may become warm. Allow to cool before handling. Do not burn for more than 3 hours at a time. Keep wick centered and wax free of debris. Trim wick to 1/4" before each lighting. Discontinue use when 1/4" of wax remains.
Want to reuse your candle glass? Wipe out the remaining wax, use a spoon to pry out the wick base, and wash it out with soap and water.
This product is packaged in a paper box that is recyclable through paper or single-stream recycling.
END OF LIFE
This product should be used until finished. The glass jar can be reused or recycled through single-stream recycling.
LOHN was founded in 2018 by two Canadian women, Katerina Juskey and Victoria Mierzwa, who have always had an obsession with scent and its transportive powers.
With an education in chemical engineering and years of experience in the beauty industry, they sought to create candles that tell a deeper story. Their mission is to create sophisticated, high-quality candles at an approachable price that evoke a time, a place, a journey.
Since launching in 2018, LOHN has grown to be one of Canada's top candle brands, with products carried in over 100 retailers across North America and notable media coverage in The Globe and Mail, Elle Canada and Well + Good.
Every LOHN product is handmade by our small team of makers in a 2,000 square foot studio located just outside of Toronto, Ontario.