Glass Candle Use & Care

Step 1 – Give Your Wick A Trim

Keep the wick nice and trimmed up. Wicks need to be kept at a healthy 0,5 cm length and should be trimmed prior to every burn, including the first one. Long wicks can split and drop debris into the wax. A shorter wick means a better wax pool, which means a better burn. We suggest trimming the wick every 4 hours of burn time. Always extinguish the flame, let the candle cool down and trim the wick before relighting.

Step 2 – Make That Pool Wide

Each time you burn your candle allow the entire top layer to become a fragrant pool of liquid wax and you’ll get the best scent possible. It’s important to let the wax pool reach all the way to the edge of the container. This prevents tunneling and wax waste. Candle jars typically need to burn for 4-6 hours at a time depending the size of jar.

Step 3 – Keep Things Even & Safe

Always keep your burning candle on an even, heat resistant, and sturdy surface. Never burn your candle near anything that can catch fire, keep it out of drafts and keep them out of reach of kids and pets. Never leave it unattended while lit.

 Step 4 – Know When To Stop

When there is approximately 1,5 cm of wax left in the bottom of your candle it’s time to stop burning. It’s okay for there to be some wax left over, candles are created with this little buffer of wax. When candles are burned below this level the container can get hot and burn you or the surface your candle is sitting on.




Reed Diffuser Use & Care

Step  1 – Sticky notes

Place the sticks that came with your reed diffuser into the bottle to absorb the diffuser oil . Flip sticks so that the “dry” side of the sticks is now closest to the bottle and the saturated end is in the air. Place unsaturated (dry) end of the sticks into the bottle. Let your reed diffuser naturally permeate your space. Reed diffusers will continue to evaporate into the air, creating a subtle scent.


Step 2 –  Keep it flowing

Positioning your reed diffuser near a source of airflow, such as a vent or a window, will help the fragrance spread faster throughout the room. The downside is that this will also decrease the life span of your reed diffuser as oil dissipates at a faster rate. Try placing your reed diffuser away from air conditioning or vents first and see if the scent is sufficient for your own personal tastes.

Step 3 – Please remember

Please use care when placing on wooden surfaces because the essential oils can leave marks. Keep Diffusers Out Of Reach From Children and pets. Diffuser oils are flammable, do not light and keep away from open flame. Always wipe clean the bottom of your bottle before setting on any surface.




Scented Sachet Use & Care

Step 1 –  Fill the space

A fragranced sachet is best suited to scent small spaces, The aroma of a scented sachet lasts for approximately 4 months. You do not need to open the sachet, simply place it on a surface and let the fragrance fill the designated space . A small tip – once the sachet has almost lost its scent, open the bag and pour the small beads on the floor and vacuum in to scent the vacuum cleaner.

Step 2 – Safety above all 

The scented sachet can damage textiles, wooden and plastic surfaces. If on skin, wash with soap and water. Keep away from children and pets.