L'Occitane RNIB Honey Candle for Sight


It's always nice to treat ourselves to something beautiful every now and then
and with pay day looming why not purchase yourself (or gift someone) with a yummy scented candle?
L'Occitane RNIB Honey Candle for Sight not only looks and smells truly divine but 100% of the profits
from each sale of said candle goes straight to Royal National Institute of Blind People
so not only will you be treating yourself to something lovely but you will be safe in the knowledge
that you have done something wonderful and will be helping others in the process.


"A beautiful, honey scented candle, designed to raise important funds for the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB). 100% of the proceeds from the sales of this candle will be donated to RNIB to provide professional training for blind and partially sighted people across the UK. 

The sweet fragrance of melting honey will create a warm atmosphere in your home for up to 21 hours. Made with 100% cotton wicks to ensure a 'clean burn' and minimal smoke. 

Since its creation, L’OCCITANE has been committed to supporting charitable organisations. For the past 10 years, L’OCCITANE has supported blind and partially sighted by financing charitable projects across the world."


The candle comes presented in a hexagonal metal tin that will look the part in any room of the home, 
the scent is strong without being overpowering and does not have an artificial scent at all.
In my opinion the scent is warming, inviting and fills the home within minutes of burning.

Such a great cause and idea, wouldn't you agree?

L'Occitane RNIB Honey Candle for Sight £13 *- link




3 comments:

  1. oh wow, this looks amazing! would love to give this one a sniff... haha

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  2. such a great cause!its really nice seeing well known brands donating profits to charity xx

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  3. I was expecting it to cost £20 ~ £30 I cant believe its only £13! Im not overly keen on honey but Ill be buying this as the cause is close to my heart as my best friends sister id blind and Im really close to her :)

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