This Woodsy Candle Is Perfect For Anyone Thinking About Christmas In July

It's never too early for nutmeg.

By Bustle Editors

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I've always hated wearing sunscreen on my face. It gets in my eyes. It stings. It's gross. But a friend suggested this and now I’m in love. It's smooth, goes on like a normal moisturizer, and doesn't smell funny or slide across your face under makeup. —Charlotte Owen, Editorial Director
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I wish I could pull an Oprah and gift an entire studio audience one of these silk eye pillows. It’s lightly weighted with lavender and flax seed, and I’ve been sleeping so much more soundly without being woken by the sun rising at a rudely early hour. —Allison Berry, Senior Branded Lifestyle Editor
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It's 2 million degrees out but I find lighting this woodsy candle, which has hints of clove and nutmeg, so soothing while I'm working. Maybe I've become a "Christmas in July" person, but I've nearly finished it and am ready to order another. — Michelle Toglia, Deputy Lifestyle Editor
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Maskne is no joke, but after two uses, I can already tell this mask is helping. The smell is a bit much, but it’s worth it for the smooth skin. And I don’t have to worry about huge blackheads: a dream come true. —Olivia Truffaut-Wong, Associate Entertainment News Editor
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Having super fine hair, I’ve learned the hard way that in the summer months, an exposed part is a burnt part. I’ve worked this into my morning routine to keep my scalp safe, but it also adds amazing volume to what otherwise would be a flat hair day. —Adrienne Wright, Director of Experiential
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