Your space just became a whole lot more stylish with these Taper candles!
They are perfect for any space to add ambient zen vibes and sculptural feels.
Eco friendly and unscented, perfect for use with our glass holder.
To avoid dripping, do not expose them to a draught areas and do not place them too close together. Place candle on a non-flammable, stable surface.
Made using plant based wax with a natural dye and 100% cotton, lead free wick.
All our candles are handpoured in Melbourne
Epically Cool Packaging
Each candle has it's own unique packaging design..
Bold fragrances to elevate every day
Hey, Meet Stefi.
Hello! I’m Stefi, a candle-obsessed former corporate dweller and founder of Celia Loves. When people ask how I started my business I always have to giggle, as I actually started it by accident back in 2015.
As a chronic candle burner, my urge to burn was getting a little bit expensive and I knew that paraffin wax isn’t great to inhale so I set about learning how to pour my own natural soy wax candles. After completely failing the first few something clicked and all of a sudden I was making more candles than I could burn. Naturally, I started gifting them to friends and family.
I hope that Celia Loves can help you achieve some of that elusive balance.
You need to relax. Sound familiar? You know when you’re having a little tiff with your partner about the correct way to stack the dishwasher and they say “you need to relax” and it’s slightly patronising and makes you feel very un-relaxed? Well, that’s us – but much, much less patronising (and no dishwashers involved).
Celia Loves is all about relaxing. Seriously. Our whole product range is designed to help you chill to the max. We’re talking scented candles hand-poured in Melbourne, soulful salty soaks for unwinding in the tub, and bath and body products that smell amazing and make you feel even more amazing. It’s our mission to inject a bit of self-care (or self-indulgence) into your day. Because life is busy, and we all need to relax once in a while (your partner is, annoyingly, right).