“Dark and Stormy” - a best seller.
Sultry with a strong masculine tone of leather and Frankincense. This scent will take you to the roaring coast in Tasmania with a scotch in hand.
This Is Incense - Grounded
This is your time to anchor and feel at home with yourself, wherever you are on your journey.
A moment to settle and relish in the here and now.
This uniquely complex scent features 11 essential oils, blended to capture the essence of a daily grounding ritual. The deep base notes of Australian Sandalwood and Ylang Ylang mindfully blend with heart notes of Nutmeg, Cinnamon and Clove, leaving a lingering sweet aroma in the air.
Light up and take a deep breath as you welcome the ritual of grounding, being in the now and returning to self.
This Is Incense - Dreamland
Dreamland is the perfect incense to end your day and create a "wind down mood” . Matched perfectly with with our Gentle Habits sound studio playlist to give you a full sensory experience
Dreamland incense is made with the blend of two essential oils - the calming and soothing scent of lavender (known for its sleep-promoting and calming properties) and Ylang Ylang.
Looking for and endless summer holiday?
Indulge your senses with our Byron Bay incense, a delicate and sexy burner that evokes hints of earthy cedarwood combined with fresh citrus notes.
The Byron Bay incense sticks also feature essential oils like White Cypress & Rosalina, native to the Byron area.
This is Incense is made with Australian Blended Essential oils, which will captivate you to grab an incense stick to burn the moment you open the box.
This Is Incense - Bells Beach
Bells Beach was the very first scent we created. A dark and stormy incense scent with smoky eucalyptus undertones.
The Bells Beach incense was inspired by our former hometown - a historic and spiritual location that oozes calmness and evokes daily rituals. It was part of the journey that led us to creating This is Incense and has the essence to transport you to your "special place".
Our Incense is
• Hand dipped and packed in Victoria Australia