Chupacabra Odor Killing Candle


A mystic solution to banish icky odors from your space. Using coconut apricot wax and special odor fighting ingredients, the Chupacabra Odor-Eliminating Candle unleashes its power – attacking pesky odors while burning. Crafted with a harmonious marriage of Chile salt and dragon’s blood, along with tantalizing notes of citrus tangelo. Banish unwanted smells and freshen your space with this unique odor-fighting candle.

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  • 30-35 hour burn time
  • Neutralizes airborne smells with odor-fighting enzymes
  • Made with natural, coconut apricot wax

Please be careful when burning candles. Burn within sight. Do not touch the candle for over an hour after burning - the container will be hot.

  • Keep away from flammable objects.
  • Keep away from children and pets.
  • Trim wick 1/4" before lighting.
  • Keep the candle free of any foreign materials, including matches and wick trimmings.
  • Only burn candles on a level, fire-resistant surface.
  • Do not burn candles for more than 4 hours at a time.
  • Stop use when only 1/4" wax remains.

Why We Love Modest&Co.

Crafted with Love: Everything from Modest&Co is either hand-made in small batches in California, or from their suppliers in Mexico.

Super Sustainable Ingredients: Coconuts are known for their reusable properties and are very resourceful. They grow quickly and in abundance – with every part of the tree being useable.

Slow Burn Wax: Candles made with coconut apricot wax burn longer than other candles. A coconut apricot candle the same size as a soy candle can sometimes burn twice as long as most others.

Cleaner Burn: Soot doesn't just make your wax look icky, its also not the best on the lungs. Due to its viscosity coconut apricot wax produces less soot. So, not only is it a prettier burn, but it's a cleaner one.

Better Scent Throw: Apricots are specifically added to the wax for scent performance. Because of this, you may find yourself needing a smaller candle for a larger space.


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