salted peach is a hot gay summer.
it smells like sand and hot wooden floorboards and cool concrete tiles and walking barefoot on sea grass and skin laid down after a day of sun and surf, salty, sweaty and caressed by too-soft sheets that must remain under body, lump in your throat, hair curled with sweat sticking to your forehead as the heat rises and rises a little more.
salted peach is unsurprisingly a hot, gay and indulgent scent, and as i’m sure is clear by now is derived from a particularly heated moment involving a peach. it moves beyond that though, it’s desire satisfied, a moment of solitude and intense self exploration, it’s getting lost in a moment of heat and letting go of your surroundings.
salted peach is fresh, a little salty and a bit fruity.
top: orange blossom, sea salt, sea breeze accord
mid: white lily, cashmere, lilac, stemone, mandarin and white rose
dry: pink pepper, amber, sandalwood, fluid musk and ozone.
sybs candles are made using pure soy wax, phthalate free fragrance oils and cosmetic-grade glass jars. the regular size uses a recycled wooden wick with booster strip, and the tiny is a cdn wick, which is cotton woven with paper.