10 Great Rose Scented Candles

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, perhaps you’re interested in giving (or receiving) something that may last a little longer than actual roses. Consider a rose scented candle! Rose is a popular scent for home fragrance products and most do it differently…whether it is a straight up rose scent or a rose blend, here are some suggestions to get you started:

Dayna Decker, Bardou Botanika

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Try this candle with the scent of wild rose blended in with peony and pink peppercorn. Green notes and warm amber help round out the scent.

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Pure Integrity, Rose

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It’s no secret we love Pure Integrity, and this rose scented candle is no exception. An authentic, slightly sweet pink rose scent that has just the right strength to please but not overwhelm.

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Thymes, Kimono Rose

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Unabashedly feminine, Kimono Rose combines a beautiful floral mix of pink roses, peony, and jasmine. Add a citrus zing from sweet clementines and envelope it all in warm vanilla and you have Kimono Rose. Just beautiful.

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Red Flower, Moroccan Rose

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This rose scented candle comes complete with rose petals on top, for you to add to a side bowl or warm bath. Try this candle if you like a more spicy kick to your rose.

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Village Candle, Wild Rose

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A heavy rose scent that is accentuated with sweet, citrusy mandarin. The floral-slightly-fruity mix is then enveloped in sensual sandalwood for a breathtaking scent.

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Volupsa, Champagne Rose

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Champagne and roses? Perfect for Valentine’s Day! This beautiful candle combines the scent of bubbly Brut Rose Champagne with a delicate white rose floral and a hint of berries.

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Yankee Candle Company, Fresh Cut Roses

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A sweet rose scent with greenery included, this delicate rose scent is sure to please.

Votivo, Rush of Rose

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Incredibly authentic, this candle scent is like walking alongside a bed of roses under a bright blue sky. The green and ozone notes included keep this scent fresh and clean, while it is still very romantic and intoxicating.

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NEST Fragrances, Passion

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A beautiful mix of peonies and roses, this makes for a very floral scent. It is softened somewhat with warm sandalwood. What’s truly beautiful is that 10% of the retail profit from this candle goes to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

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Diptyque, Baies

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No rose scented candle collection would be complete with this popular Diptyque fragrance. Baies combines the beautiful soft floral notes of rose with a fruity blackcurrant scent that makes for a truly unique combination.

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What are your favorite rose scents?

Happy candle burning ~

Andrea

Author: Andrea

Andrea is the voice behind Candle Scoop. She is a long-standing member of Candlefind and loves all things scented. While she enjoys scents across the spectrum, she is a die-hard bakery and fresh-scent fan. She enjoys rooting out bargains and candle discounts, but she won't hesitate to pamper herself with a luxury brand. When not writing or talking about candles, she enjoys spectator sports and playing with her pups. Andrea would love to hear from you, so don't hesitate to contact!

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    • Sue, I am dying to try Champagne Rose… the candle itself is gorgeous!!!! I love Voluspa.

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    • Thanks for the input, Sue! I love it when you stop by and let us know your faves. That Champagne Rose candle is truly beautiful.

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  1. I am not really much of a rose candle person but I adore Diptyque Baies. It is just beautiful and is one of my favorite candles.

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    • Baies is a good one. I have not enjoyed rose scents in the past, but these are some ones that have converted me. 🙂

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