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ESPA Rolls Out Candles

By Melissa Meisel, Associate Editor | January 13, 2014

Scents vary from lemon to bergamot blends.

The ESPA Candle Collection consists of  a variety scents displayed in artisan glass to create the perfect atmosphere for every occasion, according to the company. Its Lemon & Tonka Bean Candle ($50) features a blend of lemon, an intensely floral heart note of exotic ylang ylang and crushed tonka beans. ESPA’s Bergamot & Jasmine Candle (also $50) features a citrus top note of bergamot and floral bouquet of jasmine and a hint of cedarwood.

In other news, ESPA also recently debuted its Optimal ProSerum ($85). According to the company, the formula combines the nourishment of a treatment oil with the active benefits of multiple plant extracts. Plus, it’s enriched with nourishing omega (3,6 & 9), vitamins (A & E) and proactive natural extracts turmeric, white lupin and sunflower.

More info: www.espaskincare.com
 
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