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Hartmont Candle Company.



I have been on a local candle company obsession lately.   This company is not “officially” local but did two years as a test on Granville Island.   They are a family owned company based from Manitoba.  You can still get their products from Dee Dee Booski Clothing Company – 106 – 23343 Mavis Avenue, Fort Langley, BC and Pharmasave –  720 Memorial Avenue, Qualicum Beach, Vancouver Island, BC

The Hartmont farm became and official candle company in 2006.  That was when they received their first official order and launched their candle business.  Everything that goes into their candles from the wax to the wick is sourced in North America.

The Hartmont family takes making candles very seriously.  They hand pour all of their candles and products.  They put a lot of time and effort into making the candles ensure nothing but the best product.   You will never receive and identical product as they are made up custom every time.  The experience and effort put into their candle making will ensure you love anything you choose from their company.

My all time favorite from the company that gets me all excited is they offer tea lights!  In so many different scents I lost count.  This is truly amazing as there are so little candle companies that offer tea lights.  Cedar sage sounds very neat.


click here to get your tea lights now.

Their candles are super cute and soy wax so they burn longer than your average paraffin wax candle.  All of their candles are colored and called Aurora candles with different scent combinations.  Some of their scent choices and combinations are outrageous.   I commend them for being so inventive and creative with their choices.  Sweetgrass and cedar sound pretty neat.  A 10 oz candle has a 90 hour burn time which is pretty impressive.  I must try one of these out.


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The company doesn’t stop at just candles either.   They offer lip balms, moisturizer, candle melts, and soap as well.  Be sure to check out this gem if you’re a candle lover like me.



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