Le Bouquet Candles
Surrounded by an ancient mysterious forest, Balincourt is the name of our family home where we took long walks on a magical trail called 'Lover’s Lane'. This romantic scent is a sandalwood fragrance with a dominant cedarwood and sandalwood accord that's supplemented by a spicy cinnamon nutmeg complex with an earthy vetiver note.Top note: Sandalwood, Cedarwood
Vallée de Farney is a nature preserve located in the native forests of the Mauritius Island. The forest is home to more than 100 plant species and numerous animals where Louis Marie discovered many new plant specimens. Inspired by the wild forest, this scent is a woody, mineral fragrance. The top note is a citrus accord of grapefruit, orange and black pepper enhanced by cedarwood and Patchouli.Top note: Grapefruit, Orange, Black Pepper
This fruity fragrance begins with a black pepper note enhanced by bergamot and cassis. It then develops a strong green accord with a white rose base and dries down to a warm oakmoss, tonka, and clean musk base.Top note: Cassis, Bergamot, black Pepper
No.09 Vallee de Farney - Candle Mini-Size
Soy Wax Blend, Fragrance
1% for the planet
Maison Louis Marie was founded on the principles of composing clean luxury fragrances while doing good for our planet. We joined 1% for the Planet because we believe the world needs us now more than ever—it's time to take responsibility.
1% for the Planet inspires people to support environmental organizations through annual membership and everyday actions. They advise on giving strategies, certify donations, and amplify the impact of the network.
This pledge means that we will be donating 1% of our revenues towards environmental causes.
Moving forward, our first partner will be the National Forest Foundation who works closely with the US Forest Service to address the pressing needs of our forests by planting native trees in areas that are desperately in need. Through our contributions, we will be planting thousands of native trees on a monthly basis. Reforestation efforts directly impact the decrease of carbon in our atmosphere, forest health & resiliency, watershed health, and the protection of the habitats of thousands of species that depend on the National forest habitats.