Eve Taylor Massage Candle

Published February 3, 2015 by purabeautyblogger


I first discovered Eve Taylor a few years ago.

Eve Taylor are a British skincare company with over 50 years experience. They do not use parabens, artificial colours or fragrances, alcohols, formaldehyde, petrochemicals or phthalates.They do not test on animals.

The candles are hand made from natural and sustainable plant sources using 100% plant wax and pure natural essential oils

The candle come in a variety of fragrances

Relax & self indulgent (geranium, orange, lavender and ylang ylang)

Inspiration & exhilaration (neroli, orange, lavender and rosemary)

Sensual & exotic (orange, patchouli, ylang ylang and neroli)

Wild fig & grape

Orange & clove


Ylang Ylang

Frankincense / amber & cedar

Bay laurel & basil

Winter Blend


Fruit crush

They smell gorgeous. My favourite are wild fig & grape and relax & self indulgent

They scent the room within minutes of lighting them and the throw is amazing. Everyone comments on the lovely smell if I have had one burning in the house.

Not only do they fill the house with the most amazing smell, they can be used for massage as well.

Light the candle for about 20mins, then blow it out. A pool of the most luxurious oils will be in pot, ready to pour. It can be drizzled over you or your partner or rubbed into cuticles, dry elbows/knees, even the ends of your hair!


They are available in two sizes

The large one retails at £13 and has a burn time of approx. 40 hours

The small one retails at £7 and has a burn time of approx. 20 hours

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