Boy Smells - Les
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Picking up on notes of rice powder, peach blossom, cardamom, cedar and pear, this scent is an unexpectedly abundant, cross-cultural, post-binary olfactive slammer and Boy Smells best-seller.
In the French language, LES is the plural article used for both masculine and feminine nouns, a very genderful word indeed. It is also the acronym for one of New York City’s most vibrant cross-cultural neighborhoods—picking up on notes of rice powder, peach blossom, cardamom, cedar and pear, to name just a few of its many notes, much like the bodega and wholesale food suppliers synonymous with the area. All in all, this scent is an unexpected, abundant, cross-cultural, olfactive exploration that reaches far beyond the binary.
For optimal burning, trim wicks to a ¼” before each light to avoid smoking and overheating. Once the flame is extinguished make sure the wick is upright and centered.
The first burn of any candle should be long enough for the entire top layer of wax to liquify. This will ensure an even burn for each light. Refrain from burning candles longer than 3 hours at a time, and never burn a candle when there is less than ¼” of wax at the base.
Always protect the surface on which the candle sits.
Coconut and beeswax with braided cotton wick, in glossy black glass tumbler.
Comes in embossed matte pink carton.
*This contains zero pot related ingredients. Any mention of pot strictly denotes an olfactive accord. Indigestible, no functionality beyond scent.