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Black History Periodt.


Scent: Teakwood + Amber + Ginger


Note Profile: Tobacco Leaf, Teakwood, Sandalwood, Amber, Peppercorn, Ginger


One month will never be enough time to sufficiently celebrate the many contributions ofBlack folks to history and culture. However, every February, we do what we can to stay lit! For the entire month, 10% of the proceeds from each Black History Month Candle will be donated to Seattle University's Black Student Union Scholarship, the first student-led, Black-serving scholarship at Seattle University. The Black Student Union Scholarship is intended to increase enrollment of Black and African-American students and help them persist and graduate with fewer financial concerns.


To make a donation directly to the BSU Scholarship, follow these steps.

  • Click here.
  • Select "other" under the designation.
  • Type in "Center for Student Involvement - BSU Scholarship" in the comments section.


Or you can send a check:

Make your check out to Seattle University.

Write "Center for Student Involvement - BSU Scholarship" on the memo line.

Mail your check to:
Seattle University
University Advancement
901 12th Ave.
PO Box 222000
Seattle, WA 98122



  • 100% All Natural Soy Wax
  • High Quality 100% phthalate-free Fragrance Oils
  • Hand-poured in small batches
  • 100% Natural Clean Burning Wood Wicks
  • 11 oz. Net Weight
  • 60+ Hour Burn Time


All of our scents are rooted in nostalgia, culture, good vibes and self-care. Each candle is hand poured in small batches especially for you. While every effort is made to ensure consistency, every candle may be a little different and may have some minor imperfections. This will not affect performance or scent.


We use wooden wicks in all of our candles. We love the calming crackling sound that wooden wicks produce (whew, chile the ambiance!), but that's not all; wooden wicks are eco-friendly, they burn slower and last longer than cotton wicks, and they release fragrance better and faster.

Black History Periodt.

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