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Beautiful Scented Gifts from Infusion Organique [Review and Giveaway]

I had the chance to review a couple of candles by Infusion Organique and I can't wait to tell you about it. Infusion Organique was born by two beauty industry veterans to "[create] beautiful home fragrance products utilizing the best organic ingredients with the latest scent and skincare science." I always appreciate when a company has a passion for what they do so be sure you read more about them by visiting the about page.

The great thing is that Infusion Organique has a variety of products to offer, especially fragrance items. They also are at reasonable prices too. When I peruse the website, I didn't think things struck me as being really pricey, which I appreciate a lot.

I had the chance to review a couple of items - the Indochine Soy Blend Candle and Sands of Morocco Soy Blend Candle. First, I love soy candles and I highly recommend that being your first choice when buying candles. They always burn neatly and evenly in my opinion. What I enjoyed about these two candles is that they had such gentle scents. I know a lot of people are sensitive to fragrance so I thought that these were perfect for someone who doesn't want TOO strong of a smelling candle but wants something that does smell nice. The scent of these are really nice too - I thought it left such a wonderful aroma in my apartment.

Regarding the pricing, they aren't too bad either. For a small candle, which is 5.25 ounces you pay $16.00. For a 7.25 ounce candle, it's $38. The large sized candles are a bit out of the price range I may usually pay but it's worth the cost because these are such high quality and I don't usually say that.

Plus what I like about these is the chic, clean design. I think it would work with a modern motif in your home and it would blend in nicely with any way you style your home.

Check out more information to purchase the Indochine Soy Blend Candle and the Sands of Morocco Soy Blend Candle.

You can follow Infusion Organique on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

Best of all, one of my lucky readers will have the chance to win a petit fragrance of your choice! Simply enter via Rafflecopter Below. Giveaway ends 12/30. US Only.

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I received the above items in exchange for my honest review.


  1. The Sands of Morocco sounds like a great fragrance to start with.

  2. I don't have a clue what any of these scents would smell like. I would probably try the Açai Rain first, because it sounds soft and peaceful.

  3. I would pick Acai Rain - it suggests a mild sweet scent.

  4. I would like Sands of Morocco-sounds lovely!

  5. I would love the AÇAI RAIN PETIT PARFUM.

  6. Buddhas Fig Rollerball is the one for me

  7. Açai Rai is what i think i would pick


  9. I think I would pick Açai Rain Parfum because it has orange as part of the scent.

  10. I think I would like their Indochine scented candle.

  11. I think I would try the Buddhas Fig first.

  12. I think I would love to try BUDDHA'S FIG.

  13. The sands of morocco sounds like it would smell amazing.

  14. I would love to try Sands of Morocco, it sounds lovely.

  15. I would like the INDOCHINE SOY BLEND

  16. think I would pick Açai Rain Parfum because it has orange as part of the scent.

  17. I think I would like AÇAI RAIN.

  18. I think I'd like to try the Acia Rain!

  19. I would like to try the Indochine scent.

  20. I would like to try the Sands of Morocco.
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com


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