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We hand-craft each and every one of our candles and pour them in small batches using pure paraffin-free soy wax and the safest phthalate-free fragrance oils. We add natural dried flowers and herbs instead of harmful dyes to our candles. 
Unlike paraffin wax candles, soy wax candles do not have toxins, carcinogens or pollutants. This makes for a much cleaner burn. 
Our wooden wicks are made right here in the USA. They are all natural unprocessed maple and cherry wood and add a soothing crackling sound.
  • The first time you light your candle is the most important. To avoid "tunneling", which can decrease the life of your candle, let your candle burn long enough so that the wax melt reaches the edges of the vessel. Natural soy wax has a memory and will follow the burn pool each time you light it.    
  • Keep your wicks trimmed and free of debris and soot. 
  • When lighting your wooden wick candle, the best technique is to tilt the candle on an angle and let the flame draw across the length of the wick. Sometimes wooden wicks take a few attempts before they light.
  • It is quite common to have rough spots, crystallization, or blemishes on top of your candle after it has cooled from burning. This is completely normal with paraben free soy wax.
  • If you purchased one of the candles with dried herbs or flowers, they tend to move around when the wax is melted. If they happen to float near the wick, carefully move them away with a toothpick to ensure that they will not interfere with the burning of your candle.

    DO NOT place a burning candle near clothing, books, curtains, or anything flammable.

    Place candles on a stable, heat-resistant surface that is sturdy.

    Please be mindful when burning candles around children and pets and never leave a lit candle unattended.

    Keep lit candles away from drafts, ceiling fans and any air currents.

    Extinguish all candles when you leave a room or before going to sleep or if the flame gets too close to the candle holder or container.

    For a margin of safety, discontinue burning a candle when 1/4 inch of wax remains in the container.

    A candle should not be burned for more than four hours at a time.

    Your candle and its container will be hot while wax is melted. Avoid touching until wax has cooled.