No matter how far you travel, there’s really no place like home. But after a long trip, your house can feel sterile, dark, stagnant and cold. How to settle in quickly and cosily? Hillhouse Naturals to the rescue! I was happy to be hosted to hosted to experience it.
I think that consumers are much more educated these days; they’re very particular about the kind of fragrances they expose their living spaces to. Hillhouse Naturals started on a Kentucky family farm in 1986 by husband and wife team, Shelly and Peggy. I’m a Kentucky Colonel myself, so I’m all for that.
Inspired by the bounty of beautiful flowers, fruit and fragrances on the farm, Shelly and Peggy began mixing home fragrances. Candles are still poured and packaged by hand using a soybean blend of wax — sometimes from the soybeans grown by Tracy’s husband. Many ingredients are harvested locally, candles are packaged in reusable and recyclable containers, and catalogs printed on recycled paper. The mission of Hillhouse Naturals is to create products that use nature’s bounty in a way that preserves the health and beauty of the environment.
Because one size doesn’t fit all, Hillhouse Naturals makes several kinds of home fragrance, including sachets. Even candles come in a number of varieties. The Double Wick Candle Glass is particularly elegant to set out for company . . . or just to treat yourself! It lasts for over 100 hours of burning time. Autumn Harvested is a natural cider scent mixed with ginger and nutmeg. This is the perfect time of year to keep it on hand!