[productsample] I think everyone is confused about what constitutes ‘clean’ when it comes to beauty world. It’s one word that can have hundreds of different meanings and of course, mean different things to different people. Clean fragrance is a huge forthcoming trend but you need to remember that not all of those technical sounding ‘chemicals’ are remotely harmful and your favourite fragrances wouldn’t smell like they do without them.

Evermore

I think you have to do your own personal risk assessment but one thing is for sure, you’re on pretty safe ground here with Evermore. It’s a new breed of ethical small brands committed to sustainability, supporting non-profit campaigns, offsetting carbon, water and waste – with provable results documented for perusal. This is what the landscape looks like for the future – it’s exactly what Gen Zs are looking at when they make purchases, with more and more millenials waking up to it.

Evermore

I’ve tested the Tides candle, a blend of fig and earthy notes, set in a recycled glass jar. One thing to note – Evermore has dispensed with cellophane wrap so I’d suggest that if you buy one, buy it to use not to save. The wax is a rapeseed/soy blend and fragrances come from other than wild-crafted oils. The scent is light – my kitchen was filled with a warmly figgy aroma but it wasn’t overpowering; if you like your candles ‘big’ scent wise, these aren’t for you.

Evermore Candles

I love the design – the trail of writing on the back (oops, though.. a spelling mistake.. I am pretty sure they mean wander not wonder) in gold is a stylish touch. At £48, they’re in the luxury category, but if you’re on a mission to find natural scents, here you are. Find Evermore HERE.

 

 

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