Founded in 1643 in Paris, Cire Trudon can boast of being the oldest candle maker in the world and of remaining faithful to the artisan processes of yesteryear.
Its essences, the work of master perfumers, are inspired by historical moments such as the arrival of the East, the Cuban revolution or the splendor at Versailles. His line of perfumes extends the savoir-faire of the company that supplied the Court of Louis XIV.
Cire Trudon wax paste is made from vegetable substances, without paraffin and the wicks are made of pure cotton. Among jcApotecari's favorites, you will find the Abd El Kader and Spiritus Sancti candles.