The Miscarriage Association has joined forces with candle makers Cosy Aromas, to give people the opportunity to mark their loss in some way
The charity, that supports anyone who has experienced a pregnancy loss, said it is always a very personal choice how to mark the anniversary, but it often hears from people who have chosen to light a candle as part of the Wave of Light at the end of Baby Loss Awareness Week.
A Miscarriage Association spokeswoman said: “We’re really pleased to have linked up with Cosy Aromas founders Tamar and Paul Mayne who have been inspired to craft a new candle and wax melt by their own experience of miscarriage and infertility.”
The luxurious candle and melt, scented with red raspberry and honeydew melon, bears the inscription ‘Sometimes the smallest things take up the most room in your heart’ in recognition of the impact that pregnancy loss can have.
Tamar said. “Coping with infertility is incredibly distressing and it’s made harder by the fact that it is not often spoken about. Telling my story and working with charities like the Miscarriage Association to help promote their work on this is very important to me and to Paul.”
Priced at £19.99 and £5.99 respectively, 30 percent of the price of the candle and the wax melt will go to support the work of the MA.
To find out more or to purchase a candle or wax melt, visit our online shop here.
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