The Best Diptyque Candles Marie Claire Editors Swear By

Perfect for the holiday season.

Diptque candles
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Lighting a Diptyque candle has no seasonal restraint, but I will say that a burning wick on Feu de Bois or Ambre when there’s a chill in the air feels extra special. There’s Baies (Berries) if you’re in the mood for something lighter, and, of course, limited-edition luxury candles like Sapin (Pine Tree) or Delice (Delight) for a holiday treat. The Parisian brand houses nearly 50 scented candles, in varying sizes. No matter how much you love letting a flame burn in your home, it’s nearly impossible to try every single option (the wicks are meant to last 60 hours). Alas, the Marie Claire team has done just that and definitively determined the best 12 Diptyque candles in existence. 

There’s something for everyone on this list, whether you like a robust and rich profile with a subtle throw or a fruity, fresh effect that diffuses throughout the entire room. Buy a handful for yourself (it’s important to have a candle stockpile), scoop up a few to give as a gift this holiday season, or invest in the brand’s new refillable options and walk away with a gorgeous re-usable base. To help you decide which Diptyque candles are worth the investment, scroll ahead.

The Best Diptyque Candles

Beauty Editor

Samantha Holender is the Beauty Editor at Marie Claire, where she reports on the best new launches, dives into the science behind skincare, and shares the breakdown on the latest and greatest trends in the beauty space. She's studied up on every ingredient you'll find on INCI list and is constantly in search of the world's glowiest makeup products. Prior to joining the team, she worked as Us Weekly’s Beauty and Style Editor, where she stayed on the pulse of pop culture and broke down celebrity beauty routines, hair transformations, and red carpet looks. Her words have also appeared on Popsugar, Makeup.com, Skincare.com, Delish.com, and Philadelphia Wedding. Samantha also serves as a board member for the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME). She first joined the organization in 2018, when she worked as an editorial intern at Food Network Magazine and Pioneer Woman Magazine. Samantha has a degree in Journalism and Mass Communications from The George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs. While at GWU, she was a founding member of the school’s HerCampus chapter and served as its President for four years. When she’s not deep in the beauty closet or swatching eyeshadows, you can find her obsessing over Real Housewives and all things Bravo. Keep up with her on Instagram @samholender.