The Little Market

The Little Market 'Love & Light' Candle Sending Love Gift Set


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Boon loves to partner with other female-founded businesses on a mission to support others. The Little Market is dedicated to elevating women through economic opportunities.

The Sending Love Gift Set features the 'Love & Light' candle and acacia heart bowl, a simple way to let your loved ones know you care. Both come carefully packed in a white gift box with ribbon.

The coconut milk scented candle is a product of The Little Market's collaboration with Prosperity Candle Co., a social enterprise that provides refugee women with the training and opportunities needed to create a better future for themselves and their loved ones. Each artisan hand pours a clean burning mix of coconut-soy wax scented with essential oils and finished with a cotton wick.

The heart bowl is made in collaboration with SAFFY from sustainably harvested acacia wood. SAFFY is a social enterprise in the Philippines that provides safe jobs and essential services to over 600 artisans throughout the country, most of whom are women. SAFFY's artisans carve each bowl by hand using techniques that have been passed down throughout generations.

  • Social Good

  • Woman Founded

  • Ethically Made

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  • Candle's glass vessel is designed to be repurposed or recycled; measures approximately 4" tall and 3.25" in diameter
  • Candle contains 10 oz. of wax, with a burn time of up to 70 hours
  • Eco-friendly candle is vegan and phthalate-free
  • Heart bowl measures approximately 3" long x 1" deep
  • Heart bowl is made of food-safe acacia wood; you may wipe down with a natural preservative, such as olive oil, to preserve and prevent cracking
  • Do not use heart bowl in the microwave, dishwasher, or oven; hand wash only - no harsh detergents
  • Candle is Handmade in the USA
  • Heart Bowl is Ethically Made in the Philippines
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About The Little Market

Artisanal goods on a mission to lift women up

Boon loves female-founded The Little Market, the nonprofit on a mission to provide dignified economic opportunities to women in underserved communities through the purchase of handmade goods. Their heart for people compelled our founder, Lily Kanter, to join their advisory council of over 70 strong and passionate women.