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Locally made in Kingston, NY, we combine regenerative ingredients with a a zero-waste approach.

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Expertly-Crafted Scents See the range

Nature-inspired escapes designed by
master perfumer Christophe Laudamiel.

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September — Canyons

For this month only, Canyons combines gently smoky juniper, warm sandalwood, and cleansing sage, while evoking the desert landscape of Santa Fe at sunset.
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Our New, Regenerative Wax

Our new, organic-certified candle wax is produced using fair trade practices on previously degraded farmland in Ecuador. The health of soil, biodiversity (including sloths!), and farmers' livelihoods are all prioritized.

For every Keap candle you enjoy, you are directly supporting a thriving, fertile, and regenerative future!

A Bright Idea Our Story

Candles can change the mood, and we believe
they can change the world too.

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Customer Love Letters Read More

“I never thought I would say I fell in love with
the smell of a bathroom.”

Natalie M., New York

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Become a Keaper and take a journey through scent, with regularly scheduled candle deliveries.
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Some recent great news!
Find us in

The New York Times'
2021 Gift Guide
Best Candle

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We are a small team of candle makers based in Kingston, NY and were thrilled to recently both be featured in the the 2021 New York Times Gift Guide, and picked as one of Wirecutter's Best Candles.

Both of these endorsements are an incredible honor for us.

'Fill someone’s home with thes candles, which packs a fragrant punch and comes in a stylish glass. We plan to burn Keap all winter long'

— Sarah Witman, Staff Writer, Wirecutter

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