Candle Care

Enhancing Fragrance

If your candle does is not releasing a strong fragrance:

Move your candle to another location to avoid drafts from vents or fans

Single wick candles are meant to be used in smaller rooms to enhance fragrance performance. Double or triple wick candles work best in larger rooms.

 

Always allow wax to harden before relighting, touching or moving candles.

Do not exceed longer than 3-4 hours at a time.

Set candle on heat-resistant surfaces to prevent fire or serious injury,

Do not burn near flammable items

Always burn within sight and extinguish before leaving room.

Keep away from children and pets

See warning label on candle for additional information

 

Candle Ingredients

Wax

Our candles are made from proprietary blends that include natural or coconut soy wax.

Wicks

Our wicks are 100% cotton and contain no traces of lead.

 

Fragrance Oil 

All our candles contain essential, natural oils.

Vegan & Cruelty free

Yes, our candles are 100% vegan friendly and cruelty free, as they do not contain any animal products, nor have they been tested on animals.

Candle Maintenance

 Tunneling

When a candle tunnels, it is likely that the candle has not been burning long enough for the wax to pool from edge to edge.

If the candle has begun to tunnel, burn the candle for at least 1 hour to allow the candle to self-correct. Continue to burn in 3-4 hour increments until the candle self- corrects.

 Soot

Soot is a natural occurrence for any candle. If your candle is continuously releasing soot, it can be the result of carbon build-up on the wicks, not trimming the wicks of the candle, over-burning the candle, or burning the candle in an area that is receiving a draft from a vent.

If you are experiencing excessive soot, try trimming your wicks to 1/8’’, moving your candle to another location, or extinguishing your candle if it has been burning for more than 3-4 hours

 Fragrance

Fragrance is subjective, We do not use commercial grade fragrance oil. Some fragrances are also stronger than others. Try to move the candle to another location in the room to open up the scent throw to the space.

Single wick candles for smaller rooms, double wick candles for medium sized rooms, and triple wick candles for larger rooms.

 Wick

Wax and fragrance can occasionally clog the wick.

Extinguish the flame, wait for the candle to cool, trim the tip of the wick, then twist the wick with your fingers to loosen the fibers in the wick. This will allow for the fragrance and wax to more freely absorb through the wick.