Hughes Candles Announces New Their New Home Fragrance Line of Room Sprays

Hughes Candles, an Oklahoma artisan home fragrance manufacturer announces they have expanded their home fragrance line to include Hughes Candles Room Sprays. These long-lasting home fragrances smell exactly like their classic wood wick soy candles.

BROKEN ARROW, OK, September 04, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ -- "We feel like this product launch has been a tremendous success, these room sprays have such clear fragrance notes, our customers are raving about them. We couldn't be happier with our progress and we are looking forward to expanding our home fragrance lines and establishing additional retail partnerships across the state of Oklahoma, and surrounding states," said, Jason Oelrich II, President.

Hughes Candles Classic Wood Wick Soy Candle & Room Spray Collection

Alcott No. 23- Fragrance: Nostalgic, romantic, exotic, smooth and spicy.
Steinbeck No. 28- Fragrance: Smoky, woody, spicy.
Thoreau No. 27- Fragrance: Fresh and woody.
Whitman No. 26- Fragrance: Crisp, woody, evergreen.
Emerson No. 29- Fragrance: Fresh and invigorating.
Longfellow No. 24- Fragrance: Clean, cool, spicy.

About Hughes Candles

Hughes Candles' candles are artisan, hand poured, small batch, all-natural, unisex, wood wick, soy wax candles that showcase stunning burn pools when lit, making the candles essentially maintenance free and a healthier option than traditional candle alternatives. Both our candles and room sprays are infused with beautifully complex and sophisticated fragrances. Proudly handmade in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, USA.

To learn more about Hughes Candles and see our entire classic collection of room sprays and wood wick soy candles visit: https://hughescandles.com

To explore a wholesale relationship with Hughes Candles, visit: https://hughescandles.com/pages/contact

Media Contact: 
Hughes Candles 
2608 W. Kenosha, Suite 507
Broken Arrow, OK, 74012

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