As the wax from a Nomad Noé candle burns, a story from the past unfolds: a female rebel in the Brazilian army, the Persian “King of Kings,” and the first blind person to circumnavigate the globe, to name a few. Each candle’s corresponding scents transport you to that day and age using wrench perfumes and vegetables waxes – all cruelty free. Founder Corentin Hamon named the brand after Nomad, the New York City neighborhood where it was born, and the word Noé, the French translation of the Babylonian “nukhu.” The latter means to repose and rest, or as we interpret it, kick back, relax, and enjoy the sweet-smelling ride.
Wild in Hollywood can be described as dark, fluid, and risqué. Picture yourself in a dark Hollywood speakeasy, where sweet aromas of whiskey are highlighted by notes of tobacco and precious ouds. The scent represents authenticity and individuality.