From PF Candle Co.
Introducing Sunset, a brand new P.F. collection inspired by 1970s summers in California, featuring candles, reed diffusers, + incense cones in four nostalgic scents meant to represent times of day + the feelings they spark within us.
Our first-ever incense cones are packed in custom-printed tin vessels donned with earth-toned motifs, sun shapes, and horizon lines inspired by the scenes of summer in California.
Each cone burns for approximately 25 minutes, elevating a space with scent in under an hour. Depending on room size, scent longevity lasts between 2-4 hours. Each tin contains measures 3" in diameter and 2.2" in height, and contains 30 incense cones.
12pm. Salty skin, steady tides, endless afternoons in the hot summer sun. Vibrant, juicy, aquatic.
Black currant, Tuberose, and Sea Moss.
5pm. Rustling grasses, baked earth, sun rays split between trees. Mellow, dry, tranquil.
Bergamot, Hay, and Golden Poppy.
8pm. Taking the long way home, the buzz of streetlights, everything washed in shades of blue. Mysterious, dreamy, captivating.
Clary Sage, Iris, and Palo Santo.
12am. Heatwaves, late-night crowds, the lure of the dance floor melding smoke and strange perfumes. Balmy, ambiguous, free.
Yuzu, Indian Jasmine, and Smoked Cedarwood.
How to use:
-Light the end of the incense cone at a slight angle with a lighter or match, and allow the flame to burn for approximately 10-15 seconds, enough to create a small flame.
-Blow on the flame to extinguish. The incense cone should produce a glowing red ember and a tendril of smoke, and will continue to burn on its own.
-Be sure to burn incense on a heatproof, non-flammable holder only.
-Pro tip: the bottom of our tin incense lids makes for a perfect burner.
-Burn incense in a well-ventilated room, away from flammable materials, and never leave incense burning unattended or in near children, pets, or a draft.
-Because we care: the incense tins can be reused after use as storage - or whatever you want!
Our charcoal-based incense cones are hand-dipped in-house using fine fragrance oils and dipropylene glycol (DPG), a synthetic base commonly found in body care and home fragrance products.