Candle Care

Here are some guidelines to help you get the most out of your candles:

Burning your candle for the first time:

When you light your candle for the first time, make sure to let it burn until the entire surface has melted into a pool of wax, about 3-4 hours. This will help prevent tunneling and ensure an even burn throughout the life of your candle.

Trimming the wick:

Before each use, make sure to trim the wick to approximately 1/4 inch (0.5 cm). This will help prevent excessive smoke and ensure a clean, even burn. Trimming the wick also helps to prevent the flame from becoming too large and causing the candle to burn unevenly.

Avoiding drafts:

When burning your candle, it is important to place it in a draft-free area. Drafts can cause the flame to flicker and burn unevenly, which can lead to a shorter burn time and wasted wax. Choose a stable surface away from open windows, fans, and air vents.

Extinguishing the flame:

When you are ready to extinguish your candle, use a candle snuffer or gently blow out the flame. Avoid blowing directly onto the flame, as this can cause hot wax to splatter. Always make sure the flame is completely extinguished before leaving the room or going to bed.

Storing your candle:

When not in use, store your candle in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. This will help preserve the scent and quality of your candle. Avoid storing candles in extreme temperatures, as this can cause the wax to melt or become discolored.

Enjoying your candle safely:

While candles can create a warm and inviting atmosphere, it is important to always practice candle safety. Never leave a burning candle unattended and keep it out of reach of children and pets. Make sure to place your candle on a heat-resistant surface and away from flammable materials.

We hope these instructions help you get the most out of your scented candles. If you have any further questions or need assistance, please don't hesitate to contact us at