Ashley Tisdale Shared a Peek Inside Her Candle Cabinet, and Here Are Her Favorites

published Aug 30, 2021
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Though you might have caught a glimpse at one of Ashley Tisdale’s favorite candles when she shared her “relaxation station” back in May, little did her following know that this was just the tip of the iceberg. Tisdale took to Instagram on August 6 to share all her favorite candle finds, and here’s how you can shop them.

“Candles obsessed!!” Tisdale captioned her Instagram Reel. “What are some of your faves?”

“I have so many candles that I love and I wanted to share with you,” Tisdale said in the intro of her video, and the lineup that comes after is simply fantastic.

“These just … changed my life,” she said of the Maison Balzac scented candles. She has both the Le Soleil scent and the 1642 scent, which she called a “jackpot.” 

Le Soleil smells of orange neroli, and tuberose, and “tells the story of a summer morning spent in an orange grove surrounded by fresh citrus scents that bring energy and imbue the day with positivity,” the Maison Balzac website reads.

1642, created in collaboration with Sydney, Australia-based artist Doctor Lisa Cooper, is an “ode to the 17th century Vanitas,” the website reads. It smells of violet, blackberry, and cedarwood.

“I’m not kidding you,” Tisdale said. “It smells so good.”

“I think I’ve showed you this one before,” Tisdale said of Lumira’s Cuban Tobacco scented candle, which has notes of tangerine, cardamom, clove bud, clean floral, mahogany, patchouli, musk, vanilla, and tobacco. “It’s so good. It smells amazing. And I love to put this one in the kitchen.”

And finally, Tisdale shared two scents from Diptyque — Baies and Feuille de Lavande. “These are doubles,” she said. “You know me, I have to have multiples of the ones I love. I’ve always loved this company, but these are new ones.”

Baies is a mix of “tangy coolness of freshly picked blackcurrant berries” and the “green and aromatic scent” of greenery and florals.

And Diptyque’s Feuille de Lavande smells of a “summer sky and lavender bushes on the hills of Haute Provence” with undertones of the “mineral scent of the earth.”

Wallet? Drained. Nose? Happy. And now all your home can smell like Ashley Tisdale’s.