Red Flower was created from a deep-rooted love of the land and spirituality, as well as a sense of science and holistic medicine. By capturing the spiritual potential of native plants and extracts, Red Flower’s products all seek to tell the story of a destination through scent. Sometimes, the scent represents a real destination in the world – like with Japanese Peony or French Lavender. Sometimes, it evokes a feeling, or a destination in your mind – like the calming essences of Orange Blossom or Jasmine Rose.
And, once in a while, a Red Flower scent is so perfect, so complete, that it does both. We chose the Ocean Little Flower Candle for this month’s Yuzen because it encompasses the tidal force of the sea that each day cleanses the Earth anew. The notes that lift off the waters come from the flowers, herbs, and trees that flourish near the ocean and serve to open the body and awaken the mind. Cardamom, laurel, copaiba, clove, and eucalyptus are believed to boost the immune system, stimulate the senses, improve memory, open the airways, and clear the lungs – just like a glorious day spent at water’s edge.
If you already live near the ocean, lighting this special little candle will remind you of your blessings.
And, if you long to be closer to the sea, this little candle is has the incredible power to transport you to your own personal seaside retreat whenever you wish.
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Red Flower is committed to creating environmentally and socially responsible products that help people create harmony with themselves and their surroundings. “Red” means revolution, power, life, fortune, and joy, while “flower” is the symbol of nature’s ultimate beauty and potency. Red Flower candles feature scents that are 100% botanically based, derived from essential oils. The candle wax is vegetable-based and the dyes are food-grade and never tested on animals. The ever-evolving Red Flower product line also includes body wash, lotion, shampoo, conditioner, perfume, bath salts, tea, and balms. All packaging is made of 77% post-consumer recycled paper printed at a 100% wind-powered plant. www.redflower.com