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Okapi Candle Co.

Sika Deer Room & Linen Spray - Bamboo Forest Fragrance

Sika Deer Room & Linen Spray - Bamboo Forest Fragrance

Regular price $15.00 USD
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The vibrant green forests of Japan bear a stunning mix of trees, bamboos, and bold green vines that spiral towards the canopy. Emerald green bamboo shoots grow along the perimeter of patches of older, birch-colored bamboo wood while flowers and moss dot the branches of the trees that lean above them. The otherwise silent forest is punctuated by the sound of the small, dainty hooves of deer that patrol the forest floor for fallen fruit. The delicately balanced fragrance of this room spray celebrates both the green and floral notes of bamboo, along with hints of jasmine and moss. 

YES! This product is phthalate-free.

YES! This product is free of ingredients listed under California Prop. 65, which contains chemicals known to cause cancer and birth defects.

To enjoy this room and linen spray, simply shake well and spray into center of room or over linens or clothes to enjoy the beautiful fragrance! (It is recommended to first test this product on an inconspicuous area before further use.)

Looking to get the candle? Check out the candle listing for this fragrance here!

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Okapi Candle Co. room sprays are...

· Hand-poured in small batches by a one-woman team in Washington State

· Made with only 4 components, with no aerosols or unnecessary additives

· Made and packaged only with materials that are reusable or recyclable

· Bottled in beautiful black glass with label art featuring hand-drawn illustrations that make for stunning home décor or amazing gifts

Help us protect what we love.

10% of all online sales are donated to Defenders of Wildlife, a nonprofit nature conservation organization. Every purchase helps to protect the native plants and animals here in the United States.

(Please note: This store and its owner/operator are not affiliated with Defenders of Wildlife.)