Black Fig & Vetiver
UNWIND YOUR WORLD
Create a tranquil, uplifting sanctuary with our highly scented blends. Stir the senses and enhance your environment and well being. Restore balance and bring the mind and body into harmony. Inhale a long deep breath, let the day unwind and slip away.
Rich and earthy,
This fragrance opens with liquorice tones of anise blended with crisp green leaf and zesty citrus fruits. Coconut sweetens the tones of cedar and violet, that dry to reveal a cushion of oakmoss and tonka warmed by the cosy scent of amber.
Why not add a luxurious stainless steel lid to use with your candle.
Designed to keep your candle clean and free from dust/ hair etc, when you are not using them.
Place the lid under the candle and use as a decorative coaster
Use the lid to extinguish your candle instead of blowing the candle out
Good For you & The Planet
Pure Soy Wax with Lead Free Cotton Wicks
Clean and long burning biodegradable soy wax
Eco friendly Soy | Paraben free
Vegan | Not Tested on Animals
Recyclable glass vessel | Recyclable Packaging
Recycling scheme offered
Made in England on the South Devon Coastline
Burn time, up to 30 hours
Burn time, upto 45 hours
Maximise you burn time
Come prepared. You need a wick trimmer and long matches. Trim your wick to the ideal length—¼ inch—and make sure none of the trimmings remain in the wax: "Debris in the candle causes the flame to flicker too high”.
Burn, baby, burn. "The first burn is the most important—the candle wax must pool to the edge on the initial burn. We always like to remind people that wax has memory, meaning that if your candle doesn't burn to the edges, it will begin to tunnel and won't burn evenly the next time. Keeping the candle away from airstreams like windows, open vents, or fans is crucial."
But don't burn out. "In the perfect scenario, a person would burn their candles for four hours each time and not more than once every 24 hours to prolong the life of that candle. Burning for more than four hours can cause the wick to form a mushroom, or carbon deposit, on the tip and the more carbon, the more soot and smoke."
Troubleshoot tunnels. There are three ways to fix tunnels and even out a candle:
If the tunneling isn't very bad, lay the candle on its side and use your lighter to melt the wax away from the wick and pour it into the food waste bin. Relight your candle and make sure that you allow the wax pool to reach the edge before blowing it out. This will be messy as the wax will turn black when melting it.
Cut out the wax that is above the level of the wick with a butter knife.
Remove the wax after its melted with a cotton ball or paper towel. After removing enough melted wax so that the wick is above the melt pool the candle should begin to burn properly.