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Our Favorite Luxury Candle Fragrances To Burn All Year Long

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Our Favorite Luxury Candle Fragrances To Burn All Year Long

Scented candles Nomad Noé

The best luxury candle fragrances are those you can enjoy in any season. They lift your spirits and make your guests feel welcome.

What Are the Best Luxury Candle Fragrances?

Our favorite fragrances come from a variety of natural sources that each has unique benefits for your mood. You can find these fragrances in our entire collection of luxury candles. Here are our favorite scents.

1. Patchouli

 Patchouli plant

If you're looking for something earthy and raw, you can't go wrong with patchouli. It's an excellent scent for relieving depression and stress.

Patchouli helps you focus better and be more productive. For a soothing aroma, patchouli is an excellent choice.

2. Neroli

Orange tree neroli scent

Neroli comes from the bitter orange tree. Its sweet, light scent is a mixture of citrus and flowers and is said to smell very clean.

Neroli helps you relax, so if you prefer a candle to help you sleep, try this luxury fragrance.

3. Sandalwood

sandalwood oil

Sandalwood is a woody fragrance that's similar to patchouli. It has a hint of spice along with a sweet, musky essence. People who love sandalwood describe it as a comforting, buttery fragrance.

The delightful scent of sandalwood gives you cognitive clarity and boosts memory. It can offer a peaceful feeling and help you unwind.

4. Rose

Rose scent

No collection of luxury candle fragrances is complete without rose, which can help reduce anxiety, boost self-esteem and provide confidence and mental strength.

Plus, who doesn't love the smell of a rose? It's been the flower of lovers for centuries, and with good reason. The perfume of a rose is arousing and romantic.

5. Amber

Hero candle amber scent

Amber, which is composed of vanilla, benzoin and labdanum, adds an exotic richness to other fragrances. It has a sweet and musky odor and offers an aromatic depth that other scents don't.

6. Jasmine

Jasmine flower scentJasmine is a popular choice among candle fragrances. The word "jasmine" comes from the Arabic word "yasmin," meaning "fragrant flower." "Jasmine" is also a Persian word that means "God's gift."

Jasmine is a sweet and sensual floral scent that some cultures consider to be an aphrodisiac. It lifts your spirits and gives you energy.

 

7. Tuberose

Tuberose flower scent

People in the Victorian era considered tuberose so erotic that young women were not allowed to smell it. A bold and unusual aroma with a combination of gardenia and lily, tuberose also has a rich and dense tropical scent.

Tuberose is relaxing and calming. It can help you sleep better and may put you in the mood for love.

Who Has the Most Popular Luxury Candle Fragrances?

At Nomad Noé, we craft our luxury candle fragrances in France. Our products are always vegan and cruelty-free, and none of our candles contains parabens or sulfates. Instead, we make them with our signature blend of soy wax.

We then pour our candles into beautiful porcelain vessels that glow when the wicks are lit, which adds to the deluxe experience. To see how luxurious candles really can be, visit our shop.

Muse and Rebel scented candles Nomad Noé 

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