Make your apartment feel like home with these best-selling candles

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It’s a scientific fact that scents, memories and emotions are closely related. According to LiveScience, our brains process smells differently than our other senses. This is why scents can trigger a visceral reaction in a way that sights and sounds can’t.

If you’ve been missing home lately or have been looking for a way to make your space feel more like you, Homesick Candles might be just what you need.

Founded in 2016, the brand’s mission is to “bring joy to your home by helping you feel closer to the people, places and moments that matter most.”

Homesick Candles offers an array of candles, diffusers and related accessories that smell like specific places and moments. You may recognize the brand’s best-selling state-themed candles, but did you know they have scents for memories like Book Club meetings and Date Nights?

All of the brand’s products retail for around $40, making them thoughtful, budget-friendly gifts. Even better, all of Homesick’s products are ideal for any kind of space thanks to their minimalist design. Shop three of the brand’s best sellers below and check out all of Homesick’s offerings on the brand’s website.

Shop: Homesick Birthday Party Candle, $34

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What it smells like: Butter, vanilla, caramel, allspice and cocoa

Shop: Homesick New York City Reed Diffuser, $39

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What it smells like: Bergamot, lemon, concrete, musk and jasmine

Shop: Homesick Road Trip Candle, $34

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What it smells like: Leather, lime, fresh air, cedar wood and amber

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