Lemon Pop - Main Squeeze

August 07, 2017

Bridgewater Lemon Pop Candle

Summer may be winding down, with school days quickly approaching, but here in the South it just keeps getting hotter. One of our favorite ways to beat the heat is with a cold, refreshing afternoon snack. Since we are obsessed with lemon everything this year we’ve paired our Lemon Pop candle with lemon popsicles to create the perfect answer to the sizzling summer heat. Our favorite recipe is from Raising Generation Nourished. Her Rehydrating Electrolyte Popsicles are delicious, refreshing, and, with only 4 ingredients, super easy to make.

One of our other favorite ways to take the temperature down a few notches is to switch from lighting up candles to using some of our flameless options. We love to light up a candle at night when the sun has gone down and the lightning bugs are out but, let’s be honest, it’s too hot during the day to worry about a flame. With our sachets, reed diffusers, and wax bars fragrance has never been cooler. So whether you’re cooling off at the lake, with a refreshing popsicle, or are switching out your candles for sachets remember to enjoy the summer and all the fun and laughter that comes with it!






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