An ode to the ranch at harvest time and the fragrance that signals its arrival, experience the intoxicating notes of verdant new oil, freshly cut grass, and the cool ocean breeze any time of year.
A dual-use candle and body oil for an all over glow, the Harvest candle creates a pool of luxurious, natural oils and the warmed wax doubles as a massage treatment for a deeply nourished body and soul.
Trim the wick to 1/4" before lighting to begin your ritual. To use as a massage oil, allow the wax to melt—creating a pool of luxurious golden liquid that extends to all sides of the container. Before applying to your skin, extinguish the flame and let cool for one minute. Drizzle into your hands or apply with your fingertips and massage yourself into tranquility while the scent of harvest envelops you.
Note: warmed oil creates a divine ritual, but can be deliciously messy too; pour oil over a safe surface and wipe up any excess with a damp cloth or towel right away.
Crafted from a proprietary blend of coconut and extra virgin olive oil with skincare-grade naturally-derived fragrance. 100% vegan and soy free.
Approximate burn time: 25-30 hours. Ideal burning session: 1-3 hours
Size: 6 oz
About ODE from McEvoy Ranch
McEvoy Ranch is a 550-acre working, organic ranch, committed to good land stewardship and sustainable farming practices. Celebrating 30 years of making the highest quality, award-winning, estate Extra Virgin Olive Oils, wines, culinary and natural beauty products. Located 30 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge in the rolling hills of Marin County. ODE Natural Beauty products are a curated selection of Bath, Body and Skincare, all made with our Early Harvest extra virgin olive oil, which is full of powerful, skin-loving antioxidants and ultra-hydrating squalene.
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