Friday, August 8, 2014

REVIEW: Treasure Hunting with Prize Candle #spon

One of my favorite perks of blogging is all the fun communities that cross my path.  There is a tribe for every time of mama so when the fun team at Tastemaker Mom asked if I would like to learn more about Prize Candle.

I said sure.  

I wasn't sure what to expect, but Prize Candle exceeded my expectations.



Here's the scoop:

Prize Candle is a luxuriously scented, soy candle with a fun blinged out treat worth between $10 and $5000.  


The 9 ounce candles come in a variety of scents from the gently floral Adriatic Fig (which I received and loved) to Jasmine Neroli and Tahitian Vanilla.  There are also scents that are for celebration and to gift in gratitude.  I loved the compliments that came from guests and family members that came to visit while it was burning, and that candle burned for just over the 40 hours recommended.  Another bonus point factor is that the design is gorgeous with it's feminine pink and white stripe in luxe weight packaging and heavy glass containers -- it is clear that thought went into the user experience. Also that that there was not a lick of smoke billowing from it's tip made it stand out from my other favorites #winning


After a couple of hours, your candle will start to look like this.  That is your prize peeking out. 

 It's tempting to become a #PrizeDigger (term, I learned from their facebook page).... and I soo did and fished out my ring after a couple of hours.   Not long after this picture was taken.  Once you fish out your bling, head on over to their site for appraisal.  

Fair warning, it's addictive... you'll find yourself telling your friends about it and setting up plans to order more.  It's like a lush, feminine treasure box for adults.


To order yours, visit here.  Be sure to sign up for their newsletter as there are lots of treats and promos inside.  Also, if you refer a friend, you'll get $10 off your next purchase as well.  #doublewinning 

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. Of course, all thoughts and opinions are my own.