Win a fabulous Charles Farris scented candle

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We have five Pinetum Limited Edition Signature 3 Wick Scented Candles to give away, each worth £65

The scent of Christmas has come early to Beauty Bible with Charles Farris wonderfully aromatic Pinetum candles. We love scented candles all year round but along with real fires, carols, chestnuts and mulled wine, their soft light and lingering fragrance spell magic for us come wintertime.

The night before writing this, a storm roared in west Dorset. Sarah, however, was happily tucked up by the wood burner with a book, inhaling wafts of Pinetum, the Charles Farris Limited Edition candle for this winter.

As the name implies, the fragrance is based on aromatic green pine needles, redolent of real fresh cut Christmas trees, mixed with zingy eucalyptus and birch leaves on a rich base of amber and sandalwood.

This historic company has been a chandlers – or candlemakers - in London since 1845 when Charles Farris created a brand that sold pillar candles to clients such as Westminster Abbey and St Paul’s Cathedral. Now a Royal Warrant Holder, Charles Farris factory in Wiltshire still uses the same traditional methods employed in Victorian times to make slow-burning, long-lasting candles of exceptional quality.

Beauty Bible is very happy to collaborate with Charles Farris to give you the chance of winning a sumptuous Pinetum Limited Edition Signature 3 Wick Scented Candles, worth £65. For a chance of winning, simply fill in the form below.

Don't forget that scented candles (and other items in the Charles Farris range at charlesfarris.com) make wonderful Christmas gifts. We’re putting a little note out for Father Christmas because we would really really love the Brass Angel Chimes, which we remember from childhood; the warmth of the four small candles (we always had red ones) sends the angels flying round, creating a gentle peel of chimes as they go. Simply magical.

Do enter below – and start looking forward to a fragrant Christmas...!

Prize draw closes at 7 a.m. on Wednesday 6th December 2017