Candles, you can literally never have enough! When Aussies think of delicious smelling, handcrafted candles, ECOYA is always the first brand that comes to mind. Crafted from natural soy wax with unique fragrances and 100% cotton wicks, ECOYA candles blend luxuriousness with a respect for nature and the environment.

After 13 years in the market ( ECOYA was founded in Sydney in 2004), which has seen ECOYA expand its range to include reed diffusers, soaps, hand creams and body washes , the Australasian home fragrance house will introduce a brand-new look to market in August. The relaunch of the brand will see a new refined logo, contemporary new ‘white iceberg designed’ packaging and three brand new fragrances (Yippy!), extending the ECOYA collection fragrances to ten.

From the creative direction through to production, ECOYA remains inspired by the Australasian region, dedicating their energy to bringing Australian nature into the homes of consumers through their fragrances. From alpines to archipelagos, city to sea, the sheer variety of botanical bases, fragrances and locations allows ECOYA’s fragrance experts to transform raw nature into perfumes that are rich, rare and evocative.

The three divine new fragrances in the ECOYA collection include Spiced Ginger & Musk, Blue Cypress & Amber and Cedarwood & Leather. These contemporary, rich and more masculine fragrances are strong but not overpowering and perfectly capture the essences of each scent. These new fragrances will sit alongside the iconic ECOYA collection scents of French Pear, Sweet Pea & Jasmine, Lotus Flower, Lemongrass & Ginger, Vanilla Bean, Guava & Lychee Sorbet and Coconut & Elderflower.

ECOYA’s new look, new logo and delicious new fragrances will be out in August. Check out the new range in August here: www.ecoya.com

Price list:

Candle in Madison Jar: $39.95

Reed Diffuser: $49.95

Hand and Body Lotion: $24.95

Hand and Body Wash: $24.95

Hand Cream: $25.95

Ps. Did you know the name ECOYA was born from two words: ecological (the environment) and soya (soy bean being the base of most of their waxes).

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