Red Flower’s utopia candle collection launch at Barneys! Gift with purchase for Well+Good readers

Well+Good readers receive a gift with the purchase of a red flower utopia candle ($76) at Barneys. Visit the Madison Ave store from February 9-13th.


Barneys is aglow with red flower’s just-launched candle collection.

Inspired by the concept of utopia, the soy-based, smokeless candles invite meditation and contemplation. (We gave you a sneak peek at our special preview event with Elena Brower in December!)

The candles are now officially on sale at Barneys. Well+Good readers will receive a gift with the purchase of a red flower utopia candle ($76) at Barneys from February 9-13th. Visit the Beauty Floor of the Madison Avenue store!

Take home one of red flower's exfoliants made with arctic white peat, plus a $50 spa credit at the Carlyle Hotel spa!

When you purchase one of the utopia candles, receive a bioactive berry white peat exfoliant deluxe travel size and a $50 spa credit from the luxe Carlyle Hotel spa where red flower treatments rule the menu

the utopia collection includes:

nothing but everything beautiful
with notes of freshblack currant leaf, osmanthus and orange flowers.

in the land of milk and honey
with notes of warm milk,almond, ripe fig, orris root, honey, tonka and cypress.

of the wilderness
with notes of indian wild-vetiver grass,golden apples, cedar wood,
oakmoss and ylang ylang.

$76.00 retail

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