Luxe Candles and a Reader Discount!

neom enchantment candle review

Neom Luxury Organics have brought out a rather fabulous candle for the summer. Enchantment is a very pretty combination of Bluebell, Rose and Guaiacwood (I copied-and-pasted that last word!) and it’s made extra-special by its white glass housing and wooden candle cap. There hasn’t been a single Neom candle that I haven’t swooned over – a few hours of burn time and your whole house smells like a very expensive spa!

neom bluebell candle review

There’s something incredibly therapeutic about their candles – it’s not just home fragrancing, it’s another level of enhancement. Can’t put my finger on it, just know that it feels good! Saturdays are usually house-tidying days, and I start a candle burning before the hoovering begins and blow it out again when I’ve finished with the cleaning. (Mr AMR would hoot reading this, he maintains I never do any housework and that he does it all… )

Large Neom candles have about fifty hours of burn time in them and they don’t have any artificial fragrances (just pure essential oils) so there are no harmful toxins floating about in the air. They cost from £39.50 for a large candle, but I also think that the travel versions are brilliant – they cost £15 and you get around 20 hours of burn time, so the same amount of burn for your buck as the larger ones! There are loads of different scent blends to choose from, but I think that the Sumptuous has to be one of my favourites – Rose and Orange Blossom? You can’t go wrong!

Until the end of June, Neom are offering readers of A Model Recommends a 15% discount*. All you have to do is use the code “amr15” at the checkout!

*one code can be used per order and it does not discount the shipping. To be used on full priced items until midnight on the 30th June.

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