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Holiday Bundles Winter 2021

Now, cue the skip to the good part song, and find out what is on offer at a time when Small Business means higher quality, better client services and shop the website that combines Tom Ford whimsy and chic with Diptyque candle making skills.  Save with our bundles while supplies last. Use code: Wow20 for orders $200 and up to save 20%. Complimentary shipping starts at purchases of $50 and up, with every order getting a mini candle. Spend over $300 and you will receive an extra gift.   

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July Pop-Ups : NY & LA

Hello Darlings,  Scent is the strongest of our senses. Many lost it and are working towards  6recovering it after recovering from cover-19. As I wrote in my last blog, scent is located next to memory in the brain so it is a strong trigger of former experiences.  It can instantly lift us and change out mindset, our motivations and help us manifest our goals (cough, cough No. 69 Summer of Sex.) If you've been wanting to sniff our scents that take as long as a year to develop, now is the time.  New York: 7/17 3- 6 PM KIEHLS POP UP Kiehl's 20 Hudson Yards #Space RU 303 New York, NY 10001 Come join us at KIEHL'S Hudson Yards tomorrow, Saturday July...

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Retiring Scents and Seasonal Shifts

No. 6 Duchess is one of the four original candle scents I launched with in August 2019. It's almost the two year anniversary.  With that, I've been listening, developing and see what has your interests. While Duchess was an early favorite, other scents have taken overshadowed her. With much affection for this particular wine candle, she will be retired.  It gave me pause over all, so after a recent refocus on physical retail (now I have to pitch in person) as we go back into the world and your noses get to sniff in person, I am focusing on keeping a seasonal selection:  

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Our Sense of Smell

Scent is the strongest of the five senses. Officially called olfaction, the sense of smell is the strongest trigger for memory.  Smelling a scent from thirty years ago, can bring back the memory instantly of the last time it was smelled. That's all down to the olfactory part of the brain be directly next to the memory portion. For other senses, they have to go through one extra step. 

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