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Damselfly

Just breathe

$39.99

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Uplifting, crisp inhales of orchard apple, clove bud & anjou pear with a hint of white musk, vanilla bean and sweet citrus florals. Like a summer fling for your senses.

Our Grace. Smells like floating feels. 

• Non-toxic soy based wax, hand poured in Australia 

• Up to 60 hours burning time

• 2 x natural lead-free cotton wicks

• Diameter - 10.5cm Height- 12.5cm

• Net weight - 400g/14.1oz

GRACE FRAGRANCE NOTES - the scent changes every 20 hours!

TOP: Orange peel, Anjou Pear, Bergamot

MIDDLE: Orchard Apple, Clove Bud, Jasmine, Cedarwood

BASE: Tonka bean, Vanilla, White Musk

 

Damselfly Collective seeks to design pieces that help you to express yourself and celebrate the strange beauty within us all. They are a collective of wild hearts and open minds who dare to dream and know they can. Because they're creating all kinds of ways for you to bring your own inspiration to life.

When it comes to their products, they are methodical and meticulous in their approach to design. Everything they create has a reason and a story behind it and is made here in Melbourne!

Together, they form a kick ass team of politically incorrect, yet big hearted dreamers, who are passionate about creating, inspiring and of course, pushing the envelope at times. Because life is short, and we all need a good laugh.

At the helm of this wild world? Founder Christianna Heideman, a super human, super humble girl boss who knows all about risking it for the biscuit. Her story speaks to the heart of everything that goes on at Damselfly - That anything is possible if you’ve got enough nerve.

At age six, she picked flowers from unsuspecting neighbours and sold them. At age 10, she made friendship bands and sold them too. At age 19, she started making jewellery (and started Damselfly) from her parent’s garage. When she expanded into candles, she googled “how to make soy candles” and made them in her kitchen.