I'm Karishma and I single handedly operate Terravone from my garage in California. Every candle from Terravone is carefully crafted and wrapped just for you.
While there is no shortage of candle companies out there, what sets Terravone apart is that our candles are created with all natural ingredients. Inspired by my young daughter and the many others like her who have sensitive respiratory systems, it was my desire to create candles that are completely clean and smell divine.
Terravone manages to combine all that I am passionate about - design, decor and entrepreneurship. When I'm not working, I love to enjoy the outdoors and immerse myself in what nature has to offer. I find happiness in nurturing my small kitchen garden, cooking and spending quality time with my family.
I believe that there is a deep connection between scent and our emotional state. Think about the emotional reaction of your mind and body when you smell the earth during the first rain, a new book or the smell of coffee beans when you walk into a barista on a beautiful early morning. At Terravône, I strive to create products with the central theme of scents so unique that you will connect with them at a deeper level. I am so dedicated to this idea that our name reflects it: Terra means Earth in Italian and Vône means Scent in Slovak. The uniqueness of our scents originates from a perfect blend of unusual ingredients such as rose and figs that play along with a hint of amber and musk that permeates the air to create a sophisticated yet relaxing and a calm environment. Each of my products detail the rich scent profiles that we welcome you to explore.
Our products are certified by the International Fragrance Association for using top quality essential oils, bamboo wick and all natural coconut wax.
With this I am also able to follow my other passion which is to do something for the environment so our future generations do not have to suffer. We are a social conscience company that donates a part of our profits to the World Resources Institute. If not us then who?