Candle Care & Tips

PLEASE READ: Important Candle Burning Information

Remove all crystals and botanicals prior to use, with a tweezer

When you light your candle for the first time, allow it to burn for 2-3 hours. This will create an optimum melt pool, and it's the melt pool that allows the wick to throw the candles fragrance. This will also lengthen the life of your candle and use as much of the wax as possible. Wax has a memory, so you want to burn your candle so the melted wax spreads all the way out to the edge of your container. That way, when you burn your candle the next time, it will remember to melt all the way out to the sides.

Always trim the wick to 1/4" prior to lighting. If you notice any smoking or flickering while burning your candle (or black marks on the sides of the jar), this means the wick needs to be trimmed. Snuff the candle out, allow the wax to fully harden, and trim the wick down to 1/4”.  This affects the size of the flame.

Do not allow wick trimmings to accumulate inside the candle wax pool. This can be dangerous.

Do not burn your candle unattended, near anything that can catch fire, children, or pets.

Do not burn your candle for more than 4 hours at a time.

Discontinue use when 1/4 of the wax is left.

Please reference the Candle Care card included with every candle.

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