Sunday, August 09, 2015

The White Company Fresh Fig Collection

The White Company Fresh Fig Collection

It has been quite some while since The White Company launched a new and permanent home fragrance. However sometimes good things come to those who wait and for fans of warm, fig fragrances this is certainly the case. Newly launched is The White Company Fresh Fig, a collection of both bath, body and home products that have been sweetly scented with a warm, slightly berry tinged Fig based fragrance.

"Notes of succulent sweet fig blends with vertivert, cassis and a touch of lilac. From diffuser to signature candle to bath and shower gel, enjoy the earthy and embracing new scent of Fresh Fig."

Forget that I have a candle; as beautiful and as well used as it may be within my home, I more than understand that candles are not to everyone's taste or needs. Yes I do recommend The White Company Fresh Fig Candle to anyone who enjoys highly fragrant fig candles; chic, fairly affordable yet luxurious at the same time. Rather I want to concentrate on the warm, somewhat sugary yet richly fruity scent that is The White Company Fresh Fig - from body lotions to hand creams and soap this range offers something for everyone.

This is exactly how I would describe The White Company Fresh Fig, warm and inviting - it oddly reminds me of both Summer and Autumn, is inoffensive and basically a suit all, please all scent. Trust me this is by far easier said than done. A true to life figgy scent, that features hits of cassis (blackcurrant) and powdery lilac blooms to prevent it from being too rich or obnoxiously sweet. If you are a fan of the Diptyque Figuier candle range but want more bang for your buck, The White Company Fresh Fig should be your next port of call - almost identical in scent yet vastly reduced in price. If you wear Diptyque Philosykos Perfume, I fully recommend stocking up on the The White Company Fresh Fig body products to layer and intensify your fragrance.

The White Company Fresh Fig could be your new favourite fig fragrance line, with prices starting at £6 you don't have to be flush with cash for a touch of luxury.

You can find the entire The White Company Fresh Fig collection here.
Prices range from £6 - £50.

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  1. I've never dabbled in fig scents before but my mum is a huge fan - will have to go in store and see if this would make a nice present!

    Lauren x
    Britton Loves | Lifestyle Food Beauty

  2. I've still not taken the plunge and spent more than £20 on a candle, everytime in Jo Malone I want too.. but I never pluck up the courage! This one is beautiful though, and I can see myself using the jar after too.. So pretty!

  3. I've only just recently got into candles and I've heard so much about The White Company x

  4. Sounds amazing and their line is so affordable too! x

  5. I love the White company - can't wait to buy these.

    Lizzie Dripping

  6. I'm so happy we can buy The White Company in the U.S.! Fresh Fig sounds divine, I'd love to get the hand cream as well. xo

  7. I've just heard of this brand and this particular candle last week - I need to try it!

  8. I love fig scented candles, this sounds well up my street. Although I might go and find a slightly cheaper version in TKMaxx

    Fi |

  9. How exciting, I love the White Company. Their candles are second to none.

    Tiffany Tales – A British Beauty & Lifestyle Blog

  10. I'm a massive candle hoarder and the White Company do some amazing scents so will definitely be giving this a sniff x


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