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F. Miller's Incense Burners Are Made From Actual Rocks From South Californian Deserts

Add a touch of nature to your space.

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F. Miller's Incense Burners Are Made From Actual Rocks From South Californian Deserts

Add a touch of nature to your space.

F. Miller, the beauty brand loved for its nourishing products like the Body Oil, has now teamed up with Los Angeles-based JAM for a range of sculptural incense burners. The holders, which double as home decor, are made using rocks found from the deserts of southern California.

The release adds to F. Miller’s lineup of collaborations including brands like KINTO and Nalgene. Ranging from petrified wood to agate, the burners are perfect for adding an earthy feel to your space, whether it be your office desk or your bedroom. The incense holders are available in roughly 2.5 inches wide and 4 inches wide options. Keeping sustainability in mind, 10 percent of profits are donated to the environmental organization Sierra Club.

Peep the offerings above. You can head to F. Miller’s web store to shop the Earth Burners for prices ranging from $63 CAD to $82 CAD (approximately $52 USD to $68 USD). Each purchase comes with 10 natural sandalwood rose incense and a poster.

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