It might just be a Christmas miracle! Retailer LUSH are finally dropping festive favourite Snow Fairy in candle form, reports say.
The sweet-smelling candle won’t be around for long, so we’re revealing how to get your hands on one and how much it’ll set you back.
LUSH set to release Snow Fairy candle
LUSH’s range of Snow Fairy bath and body products usually drop around November/December time, and this year has been no different.
The sweet, vanilla-like scent has been a festive favourite ever since its launch back in 2013, with shoppers eager to buy Snow Fair shower gel and bath bombs.
Clearing listening to customers, retailer LUSH have now announced a Snow Fairy scented candle – we couldn’t be more excited!
Product inventor for Lush, Gary Shears, teased the new product by writing: “A Christmas #Snowfairy treat. Coming for End November and December only.”
How to buy the Snow Fairy candle and price revealed
Now highly-anticipated, it doesn’t look as though the Snow Fairy candles are going to be around for long.
As Shears mentioned, the product will be released towards the end of this month and throughout December – keep your eyes peeled from Friday (26th November).
Metro reports that the candle will be available in UK stores and online in UK, Germany, France and a few other European markets. The same outlet shares that each candle will cost £12 and will have a burning time up to 12 hours.
Gary Shears later took to his IG story to explain that there will only be 45,000 candles available.
We’re adding the candle to our baskets as soon as we can!
LUSH fans react to new product news
Shoppers cannot contain their excitement! Taking to Twitter, fans of the Snow Fairy scent are eager to get their hands on LUSH’s upcoming product.
One person wrote: “I simply need it.”
Another tweeted: “OFFICIAL LUSH SNOW FAIRY CANDLE?!?!”
Somebody else took to Twitter: “The amount of times I’ve been tagged in this snow fairy candle is acc funny. I NEED 10.”
Another wrote: “Lush are releasing a snow fairy candle and i am so ready.”
Will you be purchasing the new candle?