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19 Feb

Can a Yankee Candle be a solution to your peace?

Yankee Candle

In a world full of stress, only a few things truly help us unwind from the quotidian lifestyles that take up most of our times. Whether it’s reading a book or taking a solitary walk, peace is what we miss the most these days and it’s often unachievable. However, don’t fret!  What if we tell you that you don’t have to go grand schemes to feel at peace? That’s right, there’s one solution, and it’s Yankee Candle!

Unknown to many, but it’s a candle’s flame that helps to soothe our soul – reducing stress and increasing self-awareness. The soft illumination helps us to calm down and even achieve a meditative state.

But how does a Yankee Candle flame help to calm us down and relax our minds?

The low light that comes from a candle is captured by your sight and sent straight to your brain for processing. Because of our associations with candlelight, the body begins to relax – helping how we feel emotionally and physically. Some of the perks of feeling more relaxed include more energy, better sleep, enhanced immunity, less pain and a more pleasant personality.

Yankee Candle

Invoke the feelings of peace and love with a floral scent!

 

While there’s no surprise that Yankee Candle has quickly become the most-recognized name in the candle business in the world, their 150+ fragrant candles, offer the world’s largest and most compelling selection of scents to calm you down as well! It’s simple; we all have our trigger scents –– scents that make us feel good and scents that remind us of unpleasant or unhappy times. By choosing a Yankee Candle you find relaxing, or a scent known for its calming properties, you can enhance your candlelight experience!

So, if you’re really looking to calm your soul and feel at peace, look no further than Yankee! While you’re at it, may we recommend our personal favourites –– ‘Peony’ and ‘True Rose’?

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