Curated fragrance inspired by nature
Pure Soy. Natural Fragrance. No BS Ingredients.
This adventurous scent reveals nuances of fresh mahogany wood, black leather, and musk to create a sophisticated ambiance. No animals were harmed in making this fragrance.
It is a sad fact the homeless population in the US, continues to rise. In Texas alone, there are currently 25,310 people experiencing homelessness. While our government works on addressing the root causes, we at River Birch Candles want to be part of the immediate solution to eliminate hunger in Texas. We donate one meal for each candle sold.
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Perfect to try, gift, or savor.
Fragrance of Himalayan cedar and blue gum eucalyptus for a classic, warm & earthy forest scent. Crisp and woody, this scent promotes clarity of the mind.
April 29, 2019
How to Care for Your Candle?
River Birch Candles wants you to have the best possible experience when you are enjoying our handmade products. Below are a few tips for the care and maintenance of our candles, so you can appreciate their high quality and fragrance longer.
March 27, 2019
Are candles dangerous? Paraffin vs Soy
Isn't paraffin used in most candles? Yes, it is, unfortunately, true, paraffin is still used in most candles that are on the market today, even though there is substantial research of its harmful impact to humans and the environment. Paraffin wax is a petroleum by-product that is made from the leftover residue...
March 03, 2019
Texas Homeless Project
It is a sad fact the homeless population in the US, continues to rise. Here in the Dallas, TX area, the last count of the homeless population showed the number of people living on the street is up 23%. We know where the hungry and homeless are in our city, so while...
February 25, 2019
5 Shocking Ways to Upcycle Tin Cans
Here at River Birch, we take our responsibility to the environment seriously so we created our Tin Can Candle out of reused Tin Cans. Our tins can be reused after they are finished burning in many ways, giving the tin its 3rd use!