Wednesday, 5 February 2014

MUJI Candles


You might all realise by now that I have grown quite obsessed to candles and am always looking for more to try. MUJI candles are so affordable at £3.50 each and the scent is amazing. I wouldn't say you buy them for the beautiful packaging, but I do think that it is okay. They have a great range of scents and I can imagine there is something for everyone. My first was the Kaki and honestly, I can't even tell you how amazing it smells. Just go in store and have a sniff of them all, trust me you won't regret it. I also have the Strawberry and Watermelon, a very fresh scent and the Cinnamon and Mandarin which reminds me of a mixture of mandarin, my favourite scent with a twist of Christmas. It's not my usual scent, but I love it for a bit of a change. A lot cheaper than Yankee Candles but with a very similar scent effect. 

What are your favourite candles? 

Lorna x

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5 comments:

  1. Strawberry and watermelon sounds amazing! I wish there was still a muji store close by to me!

    Jennie xo | sailorjennie.com

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    1. It's such a sweet, fresh, fruity scent - amazing! xx

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  2. I just bought Winter Berry &Black Tea when I was in London on Sunday and I've been burning it non stop it's so good! Very similar too the Yankee Black Cherry as well...

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    1. Ooh lovely! I had a sniff of that one the other day, may have to pick it up next time!

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  3. I absolutley adore these to the MAX! When I first found them in-store I only purchased Strawberry and Watermelon but then I went back for Candyfloss and Pomelo and Lychee. Need some more of these in my life! I know its not a candle but have you seen their diffuser? :D Xx

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