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San Francisco: California Scented Candle (Sea Salt, Plum, Amber)


Candle Ingredients

We hand-pour every candle in our California facility with the finest ingredients in the market:

  • 100% Non-Toxic Natural Coconut Wax
  • 100% Lead And Zinc Free Cotton Wick
  • 100% Phthalate Free Scents

The result is a Premium Scented Candle that burns cleaner, longer and stronger, for truly room filling aromas.

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We do offer free shipping on all orders over $25.

Care information

- Keep wick centered and trimmed to ¼’’ at all times
- Burn candle within sight at all times
- Place on temperature safe surface to avoid heat damage
- Do not burn candles for more than 4 hours at a time
- Discontinue use when ¼’’ of wax remains


The Scent. Our San Francisco scented candle features a captivating blend of sea salt, fog, and dark musk that captures the unique and vibrant energy of San Francisco.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
Brandie B.
Great candle!

Smells amazing even while not burning it!

Adriana B.

San Francisco: California Scented Candle (Sea Salt, Fog, Dark Plum, Amber)

Mayder G.
the scent of my city

Exactly the scent which was described. Fast shipping and very well protected.


Great product, fast shipping

Great California scents, South Dakota is not lavender and roses

I have enjoyed the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco scents since visiting the Bay Area last year. The scents are unique and have a wonderful sweetness and depth to them.

On the other hand, I thought I would try the South Dakota one, since I live there, and I don't know how they decided lavender and rose and Grandma's house would be the scent. South Dakota smells like sweet grass, cedar, sage, cottonwood, buffalo berry, wood smoke, sunflowers, and chokecherry, and if you're in Sioux Falls, chitterlings, too! So it's five stars for the CA scents, two for South Dakota.