Like Minded Series: Prosperity Candle

by Sarah Cardman March 07, 2018

Like Minded Series: Prosperity Candle


Prosperity Candle is a fair-trade and B-Corp certified company committed to mindfully helping make the world a better place through ethical and sustainable business practices.

Every Prosperity candle is hand poured in their studio by a woman in the U.S. following relocation from a refugee camp through UN resettlement programs.  Made with soy and coconut wax, natural wicks and premium fragrances with essential oils, these eco-friendly candles do not contain any dyes or scent enhancers.

Not to mention each of the beautifully crafted vessels can be easily refilled or repurposed for a lifetime of enjoyment. With each new design, they envision how a vessel can continue to complement a home for many years after the candle is finished. From quality ingredients to the story behind every candle, Prosperity’s small and dedicated team brightens lives with unique candles and gifts. As a social enterprise, Prosperity Candle’s charter prioritizes public benefit above all else. That means everything they do puts their mission and values first, no matter what.

For more information see www.prosperitycandle.com!

 

 

 




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