How to use soy wax candles properly? After lighting the candle for the first time, burn it until the surface of the candle melts. This is especially important because the wax has a "memory". If the first time you light the candle, it will only burn out in the center, then the next time you light the candle, it will burn in a tunnel deeper, and the edges will remain unburnt.
The aroma of the candle is strongest when the candle is warming.
• Before each candle lighting, trim the wick to 0.5 cm. A wick that is cut too short can burn sluggishly, so there won't be enough flame to melt the wax. Later, the candle may begin to burn through the tunnel and go out. If the wick is too long, the flame of the candle will be too large, it will quickly melt the wax and burn less stably. Over time, soot can form, which will contaminate the surface of the candle and the entire container.
• It is not recommended to burn the candle for more than 4 hours, so as not to overheat the vessel and risk the vessel cracking. It is advised to extinguish the candle, allow it to cool and shorten the wick again before lighting.
• Each candle is handmade, unique, and its components may vary.
• Due to the composition of natural ingredients, the wax may acquire different shades, and due to temperature changes, uneven transportation conditions, air gaps, cracks, as well as uneven distribution of the wax may appear.
This is a completely natural process using soy wax candles.