Care Guides | Our Materials

Our Materials - 

All wax melts and candles are made with renewable 100% soy wax and no additives. Wooden or lead-free cotton wicks and the highest quality blend of phthalate-free fragrance and essential oils.

We select sustainable materials as best we can when it comes to the creation of our candles and packaging, we also create in tiny quantities to maintain quality and care also to avoid unnecessary waste. All excess product is added to small molds and we use these as add ons to your orders so you always get extra and we ensure this way there is no waste of product.

Care Guides -

Wax Melts

Only use with intended wax warmers. Tea light warmers (never use votives inside a warmer), electric/plug in warmers.
Remove your wax from warmer when less than 1/4 inch is left. You can use a tissue to soak up (be careful its hot!) or you can let set and then place a tea light under for around 20 seconds, blow out the tea light or turn off the heat source and then the wax disc should pop out if you push/slide it, you can then discard it. Wipe off excess wax and then add your new aroma melt. Always using caution because its VERY hot!

Keep away from children and pets or anyone who may think the melts are food. They are to heat not to eat although they look yum and smell great we repeat DO NOT EAT!

Keep away from anything flammable or that could cause a fire and use your warmer on a flat surface.

Never leave your warmer and when using wax melts unattended by leaving the room.
Don't warm for longer than 4 hours at a time. 

Please keep your melts in a cooler environment when stored away safely. Remember they are wax and will melt if too hot including a hot summers day.
Do not pour any wax down drains of any kind when disposing as this will solidify and block pipes. 


Please read the below for full instructions on how to properly light and maintain your candles:

First time burn, allow the wax to fully warm and melt to the edge of the glass, both on the first burn and each one after! (2-4 hours max) Do this by breaking off the TOP black bits of the wooden wick with your fingers, or use nail clippers to shorten the wick to be about 1/8″ – 3/16″ even with cotton wicks.

On every new burn, trim the wick to 1/8." The shorter height on your wick allows the wax to feed the flame properly.

Do NOT burn the candle for longer than 4 hours at a time. Stop burning your candle when there is 1/4" wax remaining.

Wooden wicks light best with a long lighter hold it 5-8 seconds when lighting. If you think you've over trimmed the wick, go ahead and use a butter knife to scrape out a small amount of wax directly underneath the wick and relight with a BBQ lighter. Cotton wicks can use a match and apply the same process as above if you wick becomes too short after trimming.

If your candle starts to tunnel, your wick can absolutely start to have troubles staying lit. If the tunnel isn't too bad (best to catch it early on) - oftentimes it can be fixed. So heres how- Carefully use a butter knife to take out the tunnelling wax to level out the surface of the wax. Wax should all be level and approximately 1/8" below the wick. Patience is key here, you've got this. 

As always, please follow the warning instructions located on the bottom of your candle. Do not burn for longer then 4 hours, do not light near any objects that can catch fire, & light away from drafts!