Gifts for the Shortest of Days: Twelve Days of Christmas Shopping

Day Nine: Gifts for the Shortest of Days

To mark the Winter Solstice, we bring you candles aplenty. For when the days are short – and lets face it there’s plenty of the wee ones at the moment – and the night are long, there’s nothing quite like lighting a candle to warm you up. We have lots of stylish, beautifully scented candles made in the UK.

Melt candles

When people walk in to Cloudberry during the festive season, it’s great to see them visibly sniff the air!

Our Melt range will stop you in your tracks. They’re visually stunning – even their packaging is worthy of a place on your living room shelves – and very festive with ranges entitled ‘Noel’ and ‘Christmas’. We have small and tall for £18, short and fat for £22 and a beautiful large pillar candle for £38. They’re in Noel and Christmas. Grab them while you can.

Candles

Then there’s our wide range of ‘Pintail Candle Factory’ candles (£5.95) in tins. They come in a wide variety of festive fragrances, and we recommend coming in to the shop for a good sniff!

We also have a candle with a difference. These simply amazing Skin Candles by Siabann (£8.95) make surprising Christmas gifts, but are also a really lovely treat for you to enjoy on Christmas Eve. Incredibly luxurious, these are a real treat for the skin. A beautiful combination of oils and butters that are specially chosen to nourish and rejuvenate December-weather battered skin, these candles are hand blended and hand poured in Scotland.

Sloe Gin Skin Candles

They’re made from a unique blend of 100% natural oils, butters and waxes which you burn just like a normal candle until you have a wee pool of warm oil. Then you pour the oil onto your skin! The oil never gets warmer than body temperature.

The candle makes enough oil to use in four full body massages…or lots of little ones! Enjoy! They come in a recyclable aluminium tin and they are wonderful! Available in Sloe Gin or Champagne.

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