Ceremony Gift Box
WAS €79.30 NOW ONLY €65
We believe in creating simple ceremony at home for your own personal experiences and this collection is perfect for this. Our stunning Into the Ether Journal, Dark Moon Candle, brown speckled mug and beautiful Palo Santo bundle along with a beautiful scented Body Oil is everything you need to start creating your own space at home.
Brown Speckled Cup x1
The Calla Cup by Creative Collection is made of stoneware. This cup has a beautiful glaze with uneven stripe effect. Due to the nature of the glaze and item being handcrafted, color variations may occur. A real eyecatcher that can be used to spice up any room within your home.
Into The Ether Notebook/Journal x1
Our signature notebook is perfect for journaling, dreaming and getting lost in the ether.
Made with recycled paper.
Into The Ether Dark Moon Candle x1
Bergamot, lime and mandarin with patchouli and vetiver
Candles are made from 100 % natural soy wax. Long-lasting – approx. 40 hours burn time. Free from parabens, SLS and other synthetics. 100% natural, Vegan, handmade in Ireland.
Into the Ether Body Oil x1
Nourishing Organic Body Oil with Rosemary, Lavender & Frankincense
Instructions for use:
This organic natural body oil has been made using the highest quality botanical ingredients and aromatherapy oils. Blended with Apricot and Jojoba Oils, loaded with antioxidants, vitamins A and E, and omega-6 fatty acids perfect to enhance the radiance and quality of the skin. This relaxing body oil will deeply nourish and hydrate the skin and ease the mind.
Perfect for moments of self—care.
Into The Ether Palo Santo x 4 sticks
An ancient and sacred wood utilised in rituals to clear negative energies and celebrated for its healing and holistic effects.
Light the wood so it gently smokes. The smoke carries energetic and spiritual properties creating a sacred space for manifestation.
Ahimsa- This sacred product is only created from wood found fallen naturally in the forest.
Fair trade, Ethical, Sustainable and eco-friendly Ecuadorian Palo Santa.