Imagine walking through the winter forest early morning right after rainfall. The crisp air is filled with fresh-cut evergreens, juniper, sage, and cooling eucalyptus.
Airy ozone and a hint of citrus are key components of this winter scent.
The first time you light the candle, allow it to burn until the liquid wax covers the entire top of the candle. This initial process ensures that it will provide an even burn cycle throughout the life of the candle.
Candle Care + Safety
Keep our all-natural cotton wick trimmed to 1/4" at all times to ensure even burning & to prevent the flame from becoming too large.
Always burn candles within sight, and never leave candles unattended.
Burn on a stable heat resistant surface.
Always keep the candle away from anything that can catch fire.
Do not touch or move the candle when lit, or when the wax is melted. Tins can become especially hot.
Never burn a candle for more than 4 hours.
Keep wax free of wick trimmings, matches, and any other flammable material.
Do not burn candles when the wax is 1/2" or less from the bottom of the container.
Extinguish your candle if it smokes or if the flame becomes larger than 1". Let the candle cool for at least an hour, trim the wick, and re-light.
To discard excess wax, pour wax in a trash can; never pour wax down sink drains.