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Candle Care/ Diffuser Info

Looking after your candles

  • Do not leave candle burning unattended. Always burn away from drafts, children, pets or other hazards/heat sources
  • When lighting your candle for the first time, allow the candle to burn a few hours or until the wax is melted to the edge of the container. This will discourage tunnelling and ensure an efficient burn to extend the life of your candle.
  • If you find the wick curling and dipping to one side causing an uneven burn use your wick dipper to push the wick/flame over more to the centre of the candle to initiate a more even burn to continue.
  • Do not burn your candle for more than 4 hours at a time. Allow wax to solidify before re-lighting. Handle with care as the container may become hot.
  • Keep the wick trimmed to roughly 5mm to ensure the candle is burning gently and efficiently. It can also decrease 'mushrooming' of the wick.
  • Stop burning the candle once melt pool is roughly 1-1.5cm form the bottom of the jar. Remaining wax can be washed out with hot soapy water and the jar can be re-purposed or re-filled.
  • It is normal for soy wax to discolour or change shade over time due to age, fragrance oil and natural causes. This is not a fault. It is best to place the candle in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and/or other heat sources.

Reed Diffusers

  • Contains flammable liquid, do not light reeds.
  • Do not ingest.
  • Keep out of reach of children and pets.
  • Do not place the diffuser directly onto painted, polished, plastic or leather surfaces or on electrical equipment as accidental spillage may cause damage to certain materials.
  • Also take care when flipping reeds. Wash hands thoroughly with soapy water if any contact is made with diffuser liquid.
  • Wipe up any spills immediately with a damp cloth to minimise any damage or discolouration.
  • Always read product warning labels.


"Thousands of candles can be lit from a single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared." Buddha