Candle Usage and Guidelines

Tips and tricks that you can learn to care for your wonderful scented candles.

With these top candle tips, you will definitely be rewarded with beautiful candles that burns evently and with with a greater scent throws.

The First Burn

This is one of the most important processes as a reminder for our
beloved customers on a candle first burn. It is to prevent tunnelling on or during the second burn, and making sure that it will create an evenly burn for the duration of the candle’s life span.

This may take up to 1-2 hours for our 90g Candles and 2-3 hours for our 220g Candles. It's a process to ensure that the first layer soy wax is well distributed and has completely liquified. And with this carefully done, you will have a candle that lasts longer and in return your candle will create a greater scent throw for every burn afterwards.

Wick Trimming

Always remember to trim and recentre the wick before every lit. The wick only needs to be approximately 1/8” (3-4mm) in length. This makes it ideal for
a cleaner burn with less smoky residue.

Longer wick without trimming will cause a candle to burn faster in rate due to a large flame, and in return, it burns
through the wax even faster. To avoid of uneven burning, dripping, sooty glass,
we strongly recommend the use of wick trimmer. Just trim the upper tip of your
wick before every burn to get the best result.

Extinguish a Candle

Do not blow out your candle. This will produce a large amount of smoke
and it will circulate into your room and ruin your luxurious atmosphere.

To prevent smoking and hot wax from
splattering. Here are the top 2 ways to extinguish candle:

One (1) With a candle snuffer or dip the wick
into the melted wax with wick dipper, and then straighten wick.

Two (2) Cover the candle with its lid is not
recommended. Not all of cover lids are fire safe. Most candle lids are for dust
preventions, preserving fragrance within the container or just purely for
decorative purposes. Be extra careful with materials made from wood or contain
rubber seals that can melt or deform when exposed to heat. Another prevention
is covering the lid while trapping the wick with smoke releasing inside while
the melt pool is in liquid form will eventually ending up with a heavy smoke odour.
Users will normally lose a slight favourite fragrance when relight. If you do
it several times, you may start to notice that your scented candles may start
to produce a smoky ardour.

Burn Time & Tips

Ensure a minimum burn time for a minimum of one (1) hour for 90g candles and two (2) hours for 220g candles to create an even melt pool in the wax. This will eventually prevent wax building up uneven along the sides of the jar.

Always be cautious and monitor your candles where your location or area is visible. Extinguish candle if it smokes or flame
becomes higher, these signs indicate the candle is not burning properly and the flame isn’t controlled. Trim the wick after the candle cools down before re-lighting. To preserve the fragrance, do not burn your
candle more than 4 hours at a time.

Don’t Burn All The Way Down

Do not burn your candle all the way down! Always leave at least ¼” of wax remains at the bottom. We strongly advise against this to avoid overheating the glass jar and always remember to place your burning
candle within sights while you enjoy your time routines.

Placement & Safety

To maximize scent throw, avoid placing candles burning in draughty area, away from windy spaces to allow for a stable burn rate.

Always burn candle on a stable, heat resistant surface. This can prevent heat damage to underlying surfaces and prevent glass jar from breaking.

Keep out of reach of children and pets. Plus, to avoid burning yourself don’t touch the candle until it has fully cooled.

Never use a candle as a night light or while you may fall asleep.

Keep It Clean

Please keep the wax pool free of wick trimmings, matches and debris at all times.

If soot forms inside of the glass jar,
extinguish candle, wait for it to cool, then wipe with a clean damp cloth.

Storage For Your Candles

Always store your candles in a cool, dark, and dry place. Avoid placing
directly to sunlight exposure or indoor lighting such as under the spotlights. After cool candles, can be place into a cloth pouch, covering the candle jar with lids
in which also protects from dust and any small micro debris.

Follow The Instructions

Always read and follow the use and safety instructions carefully. Don't
burn a candle longer than the recommended time given. And don't forget to trim your candle wicks ;)