Here’s how to make your awesome candle last
These are more than just candles. (You probably hoped from the price. “You want what for a candle?!”) These handcrafted, all-natural candles are an experience that makes you want to grab a fresh cup of coffee, snuggle up on the couch, and crack open a good book.
Basically, I created these candles to support you in your epic quest for mindfulness.
So, to keep your mindfulness party going, here are some tips on how to make your all-natural, sustainable, (expensive), pure beeswax candle last as long as possible.
Did you know that 100% pure beeswax burns longer than any other wax? (Nature for the WIN!) Expect to get at least 2 hours of burn time for every 1 oz of wax.
Tip: Using a match to light your candle is amazing & sets a mindful tone like nothing else. #becarefultho
Allow the wax to fully reharden in between each burn. This helps ensure you have an even scent throw with every light!
For best results, burn your candle for a maximum of 3-4 hours at a time.
Make sure your vessel is always placed on an even, room-temperature surface.
If you want to refill your vessel, don’t scrape or poke the wax until it’s completely burned out. Or better yet, let me do that for you!
When your candle is all burned out, place the empty vessel (wax, wick, and all!) back in the packaging and head to the page under the Products tab that says, “I’m ready for my refill!”
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Did you know that you can add a hand-typed, custom note to your candle order? That’s right, I have an antique, 1928 Royal typewriter that makes your words pop on the page.
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