Aldi is drawing inspiration from popular luxury fragrances this summer to bring shoppers scent-sational layered aromas for the home. The selection of Hotel Collection Summer and Beach Brights Candles are all less than £4 and will be available in-store and online from 28th July.
The Hotel Collection Summer Candles and Reed Diffusers (£3.29) have an impressive 36-hour burn time andcome in three summery scents:
What’s more, they offer a 93% saving* when compared to Jo Malone’s layered candle, which is priced at a whopping £150, whereas three Aldi Hotel Collection candles – at an almost equivalent weight – come in at less than £10!
The candles are housed in a stylish glass with coloured tint ombre, making a bright splash in any house or garden. And for those not partial to a flame, Aldi’s Hotel Collection Reed Diffusers (£3.29, 100ml) ooze the sweet and succulent scents of summer from eight reed sticks. Perfect for sitting back and diffusing, these fragrances make summer feel everlasting.
If this doesn’t already have shoppers melting, sun-chasers can also indulge in Aldi’s new Beach Brights Candles (£2.99, 180g).
These colourful candles come in three scents, and customers can choose their scent to fit their mood. Love is full of sweet smells of Red Berries, Tangerine, and Vanilla, whilst Happy features summery citrus flavours of Lemon, Orange Zest and Sea Salt and Kind takes inspiration from nature with scents of Eucalyptus, Mint and Cedarwood. Also available in a matching Beach Brights Reed Diffuser (£3.49, 80ml).
Aldi’s Hotel Collection Summer and Beach Bright Candles & Reed Diffusers will be available in-store and online from 28th July.
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