Candle Care


We care about your safety.  So, please burn candles with care and attention.  In case you missed it, there is a warning label on the bottom of your candle.

Here are some best practices for when you light your candle.

Always burn your candles in sight.  You need to be able to react quickly if something goes arye with any candle you are burning.

Keep your candles away from flammable objects and combustibles.

Keep an eye on children and pets  while burning your candle.  We wouldn't want them to get hurt.  Even after you extinguish the candle, remember, the wax will still be hot for a few minutes. 

Remember, you are dealing with fire and to just use common sense. 


  • Trim your wick to about 1/4 of an inch prior to the first burn if it is not already trimmed. Do this prior to every burn.  It helps control the flame and temperature of the container itself.  It'll still be hot, so be careful.
  • When burning your candle for the first time, burn for at least 3 hours straight but no longer than 4 hours.  Burning this long will allow time for the whole top layer to melt and about a 1/2 of an inch melt pool to form.  This melt pool releases the fragrance.  #2 The 3 hour burn allows the wax to melt to the edges.  If you don't let the candle to melt to the edge, it will only melt the center.  That will be the pattern of the other burns.  That's not a good burn and is frankly a waste.