Our Body Candles are used as a sustainable decor element to brighten your interior. However, if you are keen on lighting it, we would recommend placing a heat safe plate underneath.
If lit, the candle should not be left unattended. 1 hour burn time recommended. Keep in a cool, dry location away from direct heat, sunlight and moisture.
Warning: Burn within sight on a heat safe surface・Keep away from flammable objects・KEEP AWAY from CHILDREN & PETS
Our Jar Candles are non- toxic, hand-poured, soy-coconut wax, blended with high quality fragrance, bedded with a eco wick or sometimes wood-wicks.
So excited to light it up!
Before lighting always trim wick 1/4" by removing the black blob on the wick
Burn, baby burn! The first burn is the most important burn!
Give your candle 1-2 hours of burn time to develop a full melt pool that goes all the way to the edge of the container. If the candle is not allowed to melt to the edge, especially on the first burn, you will see a tunnel form around the wick. This will make it more difficult for the wax around the outer edge of the jar to melt for all future burns, it may decrease your burn time and your fragrance throw for the life of your candle.
For Heaven's- Sake, keep and eye on it!
Warning: Burn within sight・Keep away from flammable objects・Keep AWAY from CHILDREN, PETS & the ELDERLY
Keep candle free of debris. Only burn on a fire resistant surface. Do not burn more than 4 hours at a time. Stop burning when 1/2" unmelted wax remains. Avoid drafty areas. Remove any loose items from, trimmings, flower petals, crystals, fruit etc.
You will be glad you switched over to Soy wax for many reasons, it's better air quality, they're non- toxic, eco friendly wax, burns cleaner & longer. Plus the ingredients are grown and harvested sustainably.
Reasons to Love.
Hand Poured + Small Batch made in Portland Oregon
45-60 hr burn time
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