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Satori Essentials Candle Co.

Eco-conscious, small business, female owned and operated

Owner of Satori Essentials Candle Co

SATORI ESSENTIALS CANDLE CO. officially started in early 2021, however my candle making journey saw its conception in 2010 as a way for myself and a fellow RN to unwind and laugh about our sometimes very hectic days in our local emergency department. Making candles and body products has become more than a love, it has turned into my passion. I strive to make the safest, cleanest burning candles with the best value and the highest quality ingredients that I can. I hope you will love your hand-poured creations as much I enjoyed making them for you. I cannot thank my friends, family, and loyal customers enough for supporting me since this journey began. Please reach out with any questions you may have, and please as always, be safe and take good care of yourself and your loved ones.


repurposed glass jars filled with grains and nuts
woman carrying oranges in eco-friendly bag

At Satori Essentials Candle Co, we incorporate natural waxes and certified clean fragrance oils to create long-lasting and clean burning wood wick candles. Each candle is handcrafted with care and attention to detail, ensuring that every daily action we take makes a positive impact on the environment and your well-being.

Coconut in Bowl
fresh citrus in natural eco-friendly bag
Coconut Trees

The Satori Essentials Way

Zero Waste

We are committed to reducing waste and minimizing our impact on the environment. That's why exact measurements for our formulations are paramount and equals zero waste during production. Fun fact: recycled wax can be collected and saved and used to make DIY fire starters for camping and outdoor use!


We believe that sustainability is not just a buzzword, but a way of life. We work hard to ensure that our candles are not only beautiful and fragrant, but also responsibly made and packaged, and that the ingredients are responsibly sourced and renewable.


We encourage our customers to repurpose our candle jars and tins. They make great containers for small items like jewelry, coins, or even as planters for small succulents.

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