500+ 5-star ★★★★★ reviews

A radically different DIY candle

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If you can make a cup of coffee, you can make a Siblings candle

  • 500+ 5-star ★★★★★ reviews
  • Make it in under 3 minutes
  • Reuse your favorite vessels
  • Non-toxic scents ready to pour

Candles, but without the waste and harsh chemicals

Our Clean Candle is made with luxury-level scents, clean ingredients and packaged in a 100% compostable bag.

A note from our founders

“We wanted to create something that would help solve the waste problem in the candle industry, and enable people to reuse what they already have.”

Cleaner and more eco-conscious

  • Less waste, lower emissions

    Packaged in 100% compostable plant-based bags, our candles are lighter to ship than glass (lower CO2 emissions) and return to their organic state at end of lifecycle.

  • Cleaner wax for home & planet

    We use natural coconut blend wax because coconut throws scent farther and burns longer. Plus, coconuts take less water and pesticides to grow than other candle wax crops.

  • Luxury scents made sustainably

    Our fragrances are a mix of safe synthetics and ethically sourced natural oils traceable from seed to scent. They’re free of phthalates, parabens and sulfates, always.

  • Made in the USA

    Before you pour it into your favorite vessel at home, each candle is expertly crafted and hand-poured into our compostable bags in Los Angeles, California.

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Designed with care for you, and the planet

Over 30,000 customers love Siblings

From the scents to the pouring and process, 500+ 5-star ★★★★★ reviews share why our customers have made the switch from traditional candles.

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Our story

When I returned to the United States after living in Sweden for several years, something didn't feel right. It took me a while to put my finger on it: In Sweden, people take a lot of pride in designing their home. They use materials and buy products that are made to last. They invest in household items and rarely toss them out. Back home, in the US, I noticed the opposite. It was a throwaway culture.

I started Siblings with my brother, David (yes, we're actual siblings!) because we wanted to be part of the change. My brother and I grew up outside of Buffalo, NY. We saw our mother compost before it was cool. We saw our dad building things with meticulous craftsmanship, things that were made to last. We grew up living sustainably, without compromising on the comforts that made us happy.

We hope you'll join us on this journey of tackling throwaway culture, and making beautiful, sustainable household goods that will make you feel truly at home.

— Eva & David

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