Vanilla is one of our favourite scented candle ingredients at Dexter & Mason. We love vanilla’s sweet and heady scent – and there is certainly nothing vanilla about its cultivation and history.
What is amber? Amber oil is one of our favourite base note scents; however, all is not as it seems… We take a closer look at this musky, resinous fragrance, where it comes from, and its uses today.
Lavender is traditionally associated with many benefits. Dexter & Mason takes a look at how lavender scented candles and reed diffusers can promote feelings of wellbeing and relaxation.
When we’re describing Dexter & Mason scented candles, we use terms such as “top notes”,”heart notes” and “base notes”. But what do these actually mean, and why is it important for a scented candle to have notes and tones?
At Dexter & Mason, we’ve found out all sorts of fascinating facts about candles. In case you come up against a round about candles in your online pub quiz, we’ve gathered together some of our favourite candle facts. You’re welcome.
At Dexter & Mason, we’ve naturally been thinking about the best ways to keep homes smelling fresh during lockdown, and we’ve come up with some top tips to bring those gorgeous spring aromas indoors.
Last year, we introduced our gorgeous collection of reed diffusers; and although we’ve used the same scent blends, we love the different type of aroma they give. Here’s a bit more about reed diffusers and how to make the most of them.
With their winning combination of evocative scents and a romantic, gentle glow, scented candles make perfect Valentine's Day gifts. Some fragrances are better-suited to romance than others, with naturally sensual and appealing qualities. Which candles should we be...
At Dexter & Mason, we try to re-use our empty glass candle jars. Here are a few ways to re-purpose your scented candle jar once the wick’s burned down.
At Dexter & Mason, we love the scent of mulled wine, with its rich claret tones and zesty citrus hit. Let’s take a closer sniff of the festive season’s favourite tipple.