Good & Well Supply Co | North Cascades National Park Candle | Made In Washington | Gifts for Candle Lovers
Good & Well Supply Co | North Cascades National Park Candle | Made In Washington | Candle Lover Gifts
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100% vegan. 100% eco-friendly. 100% recyclable. Ethically sourced + produced. Never tested on animals. Petroleum free. GMO free. Lead free. Phthalate free. Candles are made in small batches in Seattle, Washington.

Seattle, Washington

Good & Well Supply Co

For Megan McLaughlin, it started in 2001 as a journey to rediscover the beauty and majesty of the American landscape. Living from her tent in national parks and public lands around the country, she inhaled the scents and sights experienced by the people of this continent for hundreds and...

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Good & Well Supply Co - North Cascades Candle

$26

SKU: 6-08919

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Small batch candles inspired by and derived from the great outdoors celebrating Washington's North Cascades National Park. Handcrafted candles rekindle the park experience, or entice you to new adventures there. When lit, this "candle is a hike".


Notes of rosemary, cardamom and peppermint
  • Handcrafted All Natural Soy Candle in Lidded Metal Can
  • Wooden wick from US grown Balsa trees
  • 3" (h) x 3" diameter
  • Approx. Net wt: 8 oz
  • 45+ hours Burn Time

A portion of your purchase will go directly to the preserve the wild and pristine lands protected by the National Parks Foundation, Washington National Park Fund, Black Outside, Inc., Earthjustice and One Tree Planted.

100% vegan. 100% eco-friendly. 100% recyclable. Ethically sourced + produced. Never tested on animals. Petroleum free. GMO free. Lead free. Phthalate free. Candles are made in small batches in Seattle, Washington.

Seattle, Washington

Good & Well Supply Co

For Megan McLaughlin, it started in 2001 as a journey to rediscover the beauty and majesty of the American landscape. Living from her tent in national parks and public lands around the country, she inhaled the scents and sights experienced by the people of this continent for hundreds and...

Learn More