L’or de Seraphine No. 25 Mansour Marrakech Ceramic Jar Candle

Last updated date: August 31, 2020

DWYM Score
9.5

L’or de Seraphine No. 25 Mansour Marrakech Ceramic Jar Candle

Why Trust The DWYM Score?

DWYM is your trusted product review source. Along with our in-house experts, our team analyzes thousands of product reviews from the most trusted websites. We then create one easy-to-understand score. Learn more.

Look for the DWYM seal for products that are the best in the category.

We looked at the top L'or De Seraphine Designer Scented Candles and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best L'or De Seraphine Designer Scented Candle you should buy.

Overall Take

The scent of this candle is a blend of essential oils, combining notes of bergamot, ginger dusted citrus, and touches of apple, juniper and clove above peppered jasmine and tobacco. It's an interesting blend that will remind you of the sensation of inhaling steam from your favorite tea. The design on the ceramic container matches the scent inside, with an exotic fruity pattern in pastel colors. In our analysis of 4 expert reviews, the L'or de Seraphine L'or de Seraphine No. 25 Mansour Marrakech Candle placed 4th when we looked at the top 5 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

Editor's Note August 31, 2020:
Checkout The Best L’or De Seraphine Designer Scented Candle for a detailed review of all the top l'or de seraphine designer scented candles.

Expert Summarized Score
0.0
2 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
9.5
21 user reviews
Our Favorite Video Reviews
What experts liked
This candle has it all: sustainably sourced palm blend wax, fragrances containing essential oils and fragrant florals, and a wick that is 100% organic cotton.
- Elle
You know that feeling when you inhale the steam from your favorite cup of tea. That's what this candle will remind you of.
- Cosmopolitan
What experts didn't like

From The Manufacturer

We believe in the power of a candle’s light and fragrance to calm us, reconnect our hearts and souls, and heal our spirits. L’or de Seraphine fills your world with a poetic ambiance that transforms any space into a instant personal sanctuary. The L’or de Seraphine collection of unique home fragrances introduce elegance and vitality into the home through inspiring design and unexpected combinations of globally sourced fragrances to stimulate through scent, touch, and sight. Presented in ceramic containers designed with the patterns and color palettes of internationally awarded design houses, L’or de Seraphine makes home fragrances for every women who seeks to express their personal style through the ambiance and design of their home.

Overall Product Rankings

An Overview On L'or De Seraphine Designer Scented Candles

There’s no shortage of candles on the market. In fact, you can find pretty much any scent or design imaginable. But premium candles typically stand above the rest due to a variety of top-quality features, including burn time, the naturally-sourced materials used to make them and the authenticity of the aroma.

L’or De Seraphine specializes in premium candles with the features many shoppers want. But what really sets these candles apart are the unique ceramic containers they come in. Each container uses the color patterns of internationally-awarded design houses, and the designs are usually a great representation of the scents inside.

The line was founded by two sisters who are designers themselves. Dara and Laina are the daughters of an interior designer, so they grew up seeing how design can set a mood in the home. As they grew into adulthood, they begin to realize how scent combines with design to make a house a home.

But the containers aren’t the only reason L’or De Seraphine stands out. Each candle has a unique combination of scents that creates a certain mood. Whether it’s the feeling you get when inhaling steam from your favorite cup of tea or an escape to a tropical island, their goal is to invoke emotions every time you light the wick.

DWYM Fun Fact

The first time you light up your candle, your senses will be on high alert. You’ll be all too aware of the aromas coming from it. But as with air fresheners and perfumes, over time, you won’t even notice the smell anymore, only to find that guests compliment you on it.

That loss of smell is due to something called “olfactory fatigue.” It’s the body’s natural response to prolonged exposure to a specific odor, and it’s a good thing. If your body stayed alert to the same scent, you might miss new smells, such as a burning pizza in the oven or a dog accident in the corner of your bedroom. Switching up your scents can help you fight scent fatigue and enjoy different smells every few days or so.

The L'or De Seraphine Designer Scented Candle Buying Guide

  • If you’re looking for a candle, you probably pick it up and smell it. But you can actually narrow down the options by knowing the type of scent you’re seeking. Most candles will fall into one of a few scent categories: fruity, fresh and clean, woody or sweet and spicy.
  • Some candles will advertise their burn time. This is a guideline, so you can’t count on it, but it will at least let you know how much work has been put into ensuring the candle burns efficiently.
  • It may not seem like the wick matters, but it actually plays a direct role in how evenly and slowly the candle burns. Look for cotton wicks, especially braided cotton, which burns the best. Many less expensive candles have a wire woven into the wick that could produce quite a bit of smoke and lead to uneven melting of the wax.
  • The wax also determines how well your candle performs. Although soy, paraffin and beeswax are popular, palm oil gives candlemakers plenty of flexibility in the shapes of their candles. The best thing about this type of candle, though, is that it’s naturally produced by hydrogenating palm oils.
  • Essential oils have become popular for scent production in recent years, and they’ve gradually made their way into candles. Make sure your candle is produced from natural essential oils to avoid exposure to chemicals.