Lohn

Zima Candle

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Lohn scents are inspired by journeys and are designed to transport you to another time and place. Scents that you remember and keep with you on your journey.

Clean burn for 50 hours  7.5oz / 20 hours 3oz 

ZIMA /zima/ from Polish, meaning Winter.

Rising from snow-capped mountains, delectable vapours of bergamot, clove leaf, and black pepper blend with cedarwood and eucalyptus.

This warming blend begins with citrusy bergamot, softened with aromatic black tea, with an added spiciness from clove. A kick of spicy black pepper to finish, sweetened with soft vanilla.

-Top Notes: Bergamot & Black Pepper
-Middle Notes: Black Tea & Clove
-Bottom Notes: Amber & Vanilla
 

Made with clean scents, organic coconut, and soy wax blend (the most sustainable wax available on the market), a non-toxic wick, and recyclable packaging. Every candle is vegan, paraben free, phthalate free, cruelty free, non-toxic and hand poured in Toronto.

Packaged in a 100% recyclable box and poured in a recyclable or reusable glass container. The labels are made of recycled papers that contain at least 30% post-consumer waste recycled fiber and meet EPA guidelines for recycled content papers. Printed by a local risograph printer that uses an environmentally friendly printing method with soy-based inks and stencils made of natural fiber. The labels are not recyclable because of the adhesive aspect, but we encourage you to remove the sticker before recycling the box. 

 

WHY LOHN
Created by Vic and Kat in Toronto, Canada, after one working in cosmetic product development and the other studying perfumery they reconnected in 2016 with the idea to start their own thing. From the very beginning, they knew what they wanted to create clean, complex scents, designed to transport you to another time and place. They use the most sustainable wax available on the market (organic coconut and soy), a non-toxic wick, recyclable packaging, and environmentally friendly printing with soy based inks.
LOHN (they pronounce it lawn - but you do you!) means 'scent' in Estonian and it also means ‘reward’ in Old High German. Kat is Estonian & Lithuanian, and Vic is Polish, looked to their European heritage for a common thread, and found an ancient road called the amber road that crossed the countries of Estonia, Lithuania, and Poland. This is where the idea to design their scent collections came from.

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