The Second Life Candle Co. Black Minds Matter Charity Candle - Egyptian Amber
We're a not for profit company, which means 100% of profits from our candles goes to charity.
Rich and exotic, this is a luxurious blend of infused herbs, spices and floral essential oils. Clean and sweet in its base of vanilla, musk and sandalwood, this scent combines perfectly with jasmine, lavender, orange, lemon and grapefruit essential oil. This unisex fragrance also includes, as the name suggests, rich amber notes.
Top Notes: Grapefruit, Orange
Middle Notes: Jasmine, Lavender
Base Notes: Sandalwood, Vanilla
We use 100% natural soy wax, which means our candles burn clean and paraffin free. Hand-poured in small batches, in recycled glass jars. Our candles are plastic-free, vegan, cruelty-free, Phthalate-Free and Zero Waste.
‘On May 25th 2020, the world changed.
The senseless and shocking death of George Floyd triggered one of the biggest (and most necessary) global protests in history, putting the Black Lives Matter movement in the spotlight like never before. But with this tragedy also came the birth of Black Minds Matter U.K — a charitable fund set up just days later, designed to connect Black individuals and families with free, professional, mental health resources and services — including up to 12 sessions of therapy with a certified, culturally competent, Black therapist.
Now more than ever, we understand the harmful effects of racial discrimination across the country. In fact, we consider it a state of emergency for the well-being of the Black community. Violence against Black individuals in the U.S. — like George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Elijah McClain to name a few — and the history of systemic racism here in the U.K., are deeply triggering realities for the Black community to be faced with on a daily basis. Add to that a health pandemic that disproportionately affects Black people, and a struggling NHS mental health service — and it’s not hard to see why a cause like Black Minds Matter U.K. was so needed.’ – Black Minds Matter UK.
You can find more information at www.blackmindsmatteruk.com
Take a moment to mindfully light your candle, and remember who you light it for.