Established eco-luxe fragrance brand, Cape Island, has launched an exclusive, limited edition luxury candle just in time for the 2021 festive season. Although suitable for all celebratory occasions, the Celebration candle is inspired by the spirit of Christmas and feelings of abundance, joy and nostalgia usually associated with this time of year.

The Cape Island team, led by fragrance aficionado Suzanne Snowdowne, achieved a laudable end result with the striking design and delicious aroma of this beautiful new product - boasting a rich and inviting scent, where the abundance of warm cinnamon spice infused with pungent cloves and comforting vanilla meets an indulgent celebration of rich amber and soft caramel.

The essence of Celebration is to promote festive cheer and encourage joyful celebration in homes all over South Africa. The elegant gold-on-gold packaging makes Celebration the epitome of luxury and the perfect Christmas gift.

Celebration is a tribute to life’s great and little moments, the occasions that we look forward to and savour because they carry the most meaning.

Available now online at www.capeisland.co.za and selected retailers.

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 Cape Island is a 100% female-owned, established South African brand making its mark in the world of home décor with their line of eco-luxe home fragrance products inspired by Africa. Each of their six fragrance collections is a unique composition of scent, colour and narrative designed to make your home a sanctuary. All products are locally designed and made in Cape Town with a strong focus on ethical manufacturing and sourcing of sustainable raw materials. Cape Island products are cruelty free, environmentally friendly and aquatically safe. Through their Giving Back initiative, Cape Island donates a percentage of proceeds to a group of local non-profit organisations doing the good work so needed in Africa.