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Exceptionally fresh and green, this woody scent is a true departure from a floral fragrance. Capture the crisp essences of wild fern and Himalayan cedar combined with verbena leaves and vetiver. Inspired by the works of 18th Century British artist Mrs. Mary Delany, Laura Slatkin collaborated with master perfumers to translate these works of art into luxurious fragrances that capture the essence of each of the botanicals that adorn the products' striking packaging.

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Review by GLORIA (EXCELSIOR, MINNESOTA - 36-55)
Overall Rating
BEAUTIFUL, LUSH AND VERY GREEN. HEADY AND LIVELY. A WALK IN A FRESH GREEN FOREST AFTER A POUNDING, HEAVY RAIN. DIVINE. THE ULTIMATE FOREST SCENT. (Posted on 9/18/2015)
Review by kitkat
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a perfect spring to summer scent. very light and refreshing, great for the months when you don't want to be wearing a very heavy fragrance. (Posted on 4/10/2015)

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Verde Eau de Parfum (50 mL)

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$68.00
Notes: Wild fern, Himalayan Cedar, Verbena Leaves and Vetiver

Style: Fresh
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Candle Burning Instructions

The environment in which a candle is burned and how the candle is maintained are the most significant factors in how it will perform. Following the instructions and tips listed below will help ensure optimal results when burning your NEST Fragrances candles.

  • Trim the wick to ¼ inch each time before burning. Long or crooked wicks can cause uneven burning, high flames, smoking or sooting. Use a sharp wick trimmer or scissors to trim the wick. Using a dull tool will split the wick's threads, causing it to "mushroom" excessively.
  • Center and straighten the wick after blowing out your candle. A wick that has migrated to the edge of the candle glass will cause the candle to tunnel and may cause the glass to crack and break if it burns near or against the wall of the candle. Use a candle wick snuffer / tweezers to gently straighten and guide the wick back to the candle’s center while the wax is still melted.
  • Burn candles in a well-ventilated room.
  • Keep the wax pool clear of wick trimmings, matches and debris at all times.
  • Keep burning candles away from drafts, vents, fans or air currents. This will help prevent rapid or uneven burning, smoking or sooting.
  • Before re-lighting a candle, let the candle cool completely (a candle generally takes approximately two hours to cool). Trim the wick and check for unwanted drafts.
  • Burn regular-sized candles for 2-3 hours at a time. Small votives should only be burned for 1-2 hours at a time. Burning for shorter periods of time can cause the candle to “tunnel” burn (leaving excessive wax remaining on the container’s sides). Ideally, the first time the candle is lit, allow the candle to burn until the melt pool reaches the edge of the container. Burning for longer periods of time than recommended can create soot on the glass or cause the glass to become extremely hot.
  • Burn candles in an ambient of 65 – 75 degrees F. Colder or warmer environments will significantly affect the candle’s burn performance.
  • When burning multiple candles, place the candles at least three (3) inches apart. This ensures that the candles do not affect each other’s burn performance with the heat they generate.
  • If a candle is burning unevenly and the wick is centered, it is in a draft. Rotate the candle 90 degrees periodically to keep it burning uniformly, or move it to another location.
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Additional Information
Weight (Oz.) 1.7
Approximate Burn Time No