Candle Care Guide


Although candles bring comfort, their open flames can be hazardous when not monitored properly. We want to make sure that you burn your candles happily and safely, so please read below.

While Burning

We advise that you burn your candle for no longer than 3 hours at a time and discontinue the use when there's 1/4 inch of wax left.

Each time burn the candle until the melted wax reaches the sides of the container. Burning for less time can cause the candle to 'tunnel', which leaves a build-up of wax around the sides of the container. - If burning multiple candles, place each candle at least three inches apart from one another.

Never touch or move a burning candle. Never move a candle container when the wax is liquified.

Always place your candle on a flat surface, away from anything flammable. Never leave your candle unattended when lit.

Wick Trimming

With any candle it’s important to trim the wick before or after each burn. Always blow the candle out, wait for it to cool down and trim the wick to 1/4 of an inch before re-lighting. Avoid direct air drafts. This will help prevent rapid, uneven burning, sooting or flaring.

Heat & Light

Extinguish a candle if the flame becomes too high or flickers repeatedly. Before re-lighting, let the candle cool, trim the wick to ¼ of an inch, and check for unwanted air drafts.

Please avoid placing the candles in direct sunlight or heat. While we use high quality materials, wax and fragrances are sensitive to temperature and light. Place them away from sunlight and store in a cool place to ensure you get the most out of your candle. 

Pillar Candles 

Pillar candles are for decorative use only. Avoid placing them in direct sunlight or heat. - if you decide to light the candle, place it on a heat-resistant tray. Extinguish and discontinue use when ¼ inches of wax remain or if the flare repeatedly smokes, flickers, or the flame is too high. 

We are not responsible for any damage that may occur due to the misuse of our candles and candle burning. Burn at your own risk.