Pure Soy Wax Candle – Imphepho or Palo Santo



A beautiful alternative to synthetic fragrances, these gentle, luxury scented soy wax candles will turn any room into a retreat of well-being and peace. Use them for ritual use, space clearing and natural home fragrance. Choose between sacred Palo Santo essential oil or indigenous Imphepho essential oil. Once melted, the warm wax can be applied as a softening body oil or applied to pulse points as a mood-enhancing balm.

Potion Slinger’s candles are made with GMO-free soy wax and don’t contain any toxic chemicals like toluene and benzene. Soy wax candles have a lower burning temperature thus have & longer burning time and release a more subtle fragrance.

What is Imphepho?

Imphepho is native to Sub Saharan Africa where it is burnt as a ritual offering and used in traditional ceremonies to communicate with ancestors. It is used to ward off evil, dispel negativity and enhance spiritual practices.

What is Palo Santo?

Palo Santo is a sacred aromatic wood. The name translates to ‘holy wood’, paying ode to the magical properties of the tree. The smoke from Palo Santo emits a powerful energy and a soothing, sweet fragrance of mint, pine and citrus. When burnt, Palo Santo is believed to provide healing therapeutic properties, remove stagnant energy, inspire creativity and bring good fortune to its user. Potion Slinger sources their Palo Santo wood from a sustainable Palo Santo reforestation programme. The wood is harvested from naturally fallen trees and left to cure for at least four years. Palo Santo sticks available for purchase here.

Each 100ml vegan friendly candle is individually hand-poured in micro-batches in Cape Town. The glass jar and aluminium lid are reusable and recyclable. This container can and should have a second life. Please reuse or repurpose your empty jar.

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