Niana creates amazing fragrances in the form of candles, reed diffusers, room sprays and sachets.
The love for fragrance, obsession with candles and the intense passion to create drives Niana to design exclusive fragrances. They develop such awesome products like candles, reed diffusers, room sprays, body massage candles and sachets.
The brand came up with its first handcrafted soy candle in September 2010 and since then it has been striving to the objective of making eclectic and soothing products. In 2014, the demand for the products increased such that they moved from a kitchen to a studio that was twice its size. Now they are constantly working to introduce innovations, taking utmost care at each stage. From pouring the wax to cleaning, labeling and packaging, the whole process involves extensive care.
Niana upholds the belief that consistent training and research are mandatory for a brand that seeks to innovate. In this regard, they are working closely with companies that are pioneers known for designing fragrances so that they can come up with exclusively delightful products. Besides, this also allows them to procure the proper insights about the latest trends in this field and the prospect of designing consumer-friendly products.
Niana is motivated and inspired to create constantly, keeping in mind the people they come across, their travels, memories, experiences and moments. The products thus adhere to these subtle aspects of human life and hence the aromas are easily related to by the customers.
Some fascinating collections from the brand include the dessert collection, the floral collection, the fruity collection, the spa collection and the woody collection. They have also introduced a bespoke division to give an opportunity to their customers to express their particular taste and preferences for such occasion as weddings, birthdays and corporate celebrations.
The brand seeks to illuminate your space, mesmerize and delight you, awake your senses and spread warmth, joy, serenity and peace.
By Anindita Ganguly