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Company Name: Lux Aromatica
Location: Newport, Rhode Island
- Phone: (888) 247-3540
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/luxaromatica
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/luxaromatica
- Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/luxaromatica/lux-aromatica/
Products Offered: Artisan aromatherapy candles made with 100% pure essential oils as well as handmade bath & body.
Type of wax: Pure soy
What’s unique/special: Amazing aromatherapy luxury candles in one of a kind fragrances.
About Lux Aromatica:
We at Lux Aromatica are a husband & wife team who dreamt of a lavender farm and wonderful handcrafted fragrant delights to be offered for sale there. It was December of 2008 when several threads wove together to form the fabric of our business. When Brian coined the Latin expression for “Fragrant Light” to name our aromatherapy brand, it immediately felt right, and Lux Aromatica was founded. It’s easy to say: it just sounds like aromatic with an “ah” at the end!
Lux Aromatica soy candles, soaps, lotions, perfumes and other aromatherapy delights are hand crafted entirely from naturally grown ingredients. Working from our home-based Rhode Island candle kitchen, Kerensa formulates the the blends for our bases from American-grown soy wax, beeswax & botanical carrier oils, and design the perfumes that scent all our products from essential oils.
Our ingredients have been carefully researched to ensure sustainability. While we include beeswax in our salves, lip balms and candles, our products are otherwise vegan-friendly, from botanical sourced ingredients, without the use of petrochemicals, coal-tar additives, or synthetics. Proudly made in USA.
Who they are…
Kerensa: chandler, soapmaker, lotion maker, oil painter, pirate-lore lover, runner, gardener, reader, yogini, tai chi practitioner, bicyclist, sailor, furry kid mama
Her story with candles began 18 years ago with recycling old candles into new ones. It felt wasteful to throw out the leftover wax after burning candles. Tending the slowly melting wax was a meditation, the process soothing and unhurried. Using essential oils for fragrance naturally fell into place.
Brian: gardener, violinist, amateur vulcanologist, wind power enthusiast, soapmaker, USN chief, yoga, swimmer, sailor, furry kid papa
As a military couple we’re enjoying a three-year station in lovely Newport, Rhode Island and look forward to a post-military life in which Brian can join the business full time. When available, he’s the CEO (Carry Everything Out) for shows, and as a cryogenics expert, he’s a clean freak who loves making soap, too!