Our Body Collection celebrates women in all their forms. These beautiful torso candles are available in a selection of colours and scents.
We at Main Bay Studio focus on inclusivity of all body types – understanding that bodies can be atypical!
Nude Colour Collection
Main Bay Studio hand pours all candles in our Sydney-based studio. We use all sustainable materials, from our soy wax to our fragrances and dyes, and purchase from local suppliers. Our commitment to creating beautiful experiences with sustainability at the forefront of our mission may mean some candles can have slight colour/design variations. That’s just how artisanal, handmade pieces work. Thank you for purchasing from our store, and committing to a long-term future for our planet.
Dawn chorus invokes a beautiful Australian morning in the Kimberley with notes of sweet floral, fresh green grass, lemon, pine, eucalyptus, and sensual florals to wake you up.
Top Notes: Lemon, Pine Needle
Middle Notes: Eucalyptus, Lemon Myrtle
Base Notes: Patchouli, Sandalwood
Occasions to burn: While doing Yoga on your deck, meditating under a coolabah tree, or to distract the 5G conspiracy theorists as you sneak out of the essential oils party/orgy.
A masculine blend of fresh fruity notes of red apples, sweetened with Honeycrisp meets a heart of spiced pear and tobacco flower. The base of smoked oak, cedar, and sandalwood deliver woody nuances is infused with clove, cedar, elemi, nutmeg and cinnamon leaf essential oils.
Top Notes: Red Apple, Honeycrisp, Crushed Clove, Nutmeg
Middle Notes: Tobacco Flower, Suede, Spiced Pear, Amber
Base Notes: Cedarwood, Smoked Oak, Sandalwood
With notes of strawberry, champagne rose and raspberry, Fireworrk is a scent for celebration.
Top Notes: Raspberry, Leaf Green
Middle Notes: Champagne, Red Rose, Strawberry
Base Notes: Vanilla Bean, Hyacinth
Occasions to burn: New years eve, baby showers, after your break-up with your d***head ex-boyfriend, or on the Margarita Monday party on your balcony.
Fortuna is a relaxing, fluffy candle with notes of lychee and peony. Close your eyes and let your mind relax.
Top Notes: Raspberry, lychee fruit
Middle Notes: Peony petals, peach nectar
Base Notes: Jasmine, leaf green, rosewood
Occasions to burn: Before a job interview, before screaming ‘I QUIT’ and leaving your current job, mid-meeting particularly if the meeting is about a project you’re leading when leaving your colleagues ‘WTF?!’ messages on read - Basically, when you’re moving onto bigger and better things, baby.
Middle Notes: Watery Seaweed, Aloe Flower, Blue Chamomile
Base Notes: Driftwood, Black Pepper, White Musk
Summer nights are for heat. Soiree is the candle you burn when your family is away. With notes of sweet buttery vanilla intertwined with intoxicating bourbon laced throughout the house, Soirée is the scent for everyone who is up past 2 am on Christmas Eve.
Top Notes: Pineapple, Orange
Middle Notes: Amber, Malt
Base Notes: Vanilla, Tonka Bean
Occasions to burn: While psyching yourself up for Max from IT’s advances before the office Christmas party if you’re hanging out with rich old people who have ties to the mafia, or in the midst of your own Christmas soiree.
With notes of spiced cinnamon and autumnal evenings, Christmas Eve is a candle for the whole family.
Top Notes: Orange, Grapefruit
Middle Notes: Clove Leaf, Cinnamon, Star Anise, Tonka Bean
Base Notes: Vanilla, Malt and Musk
Rich notes of cinnamon and a medley of spices including clove and star anise, warm notes of tonka bean to soften the impact.
Occasions to burn: Baking a pie, collecting kindling for the fireplace, wrapping the presents, and placing them under the tree.
Top notes of cedarwood & patchouli paired with vintage leather which is infused with amber and geranium make a woody and earthy fragrance.
Top Notes: Bergamot, Fir Needle
Middle Notes: Leather, Geranium
Base Notes: Cedarwood, Patchouli
Soy wax, fragrance, colour and waxed cotton wick
I bought two of the la femme candles one for me and one for my sister and we love them so much. They smell divine and look gorgeous! Thank you Jocelyn!