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Candle Care 101

Below are the basics steps for properly using candles for the life of the product. Trim your wick. Trimming the wick to 1/4 " inch each time your candle is lit. You can carefully trim the wick with scissors or with a Wick Trimmer before each burn. Th

Candle Science

The National Candle Association is a great resource for learning all about Candles. The link below explains how the science behind Candles works and ways to get the most out of your candles. https://candles.org/candle-science/

Are scented candles safe?

The safety of scented candles is backed by decades of research which confirms safe use. Additionally, our company performs extensive testing on our candles, making sure that the proper combustion occurs when they burn, which makes sure that no unwant

Wax Composition

Our wax is a proprietary soy-blend wax that was formulated for maximum performance with our in-house manufactured fragrances. As with most fragranced candles, our fragrance contains both natural and synthetic ingredients. We adhere to strict safety s

Can scented candles trigger asthma or allergies?

Although millions of Americans regularly use scented candles without any negative effects, it is always possible that a particular fragrance might trigger a negative reaction in sensitive individuals. Individuals with known sensitivities to specific

Can scented candles trigger asthma or allergies?

All of the glass that we use has passed rigorous 3rd party ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) safety testing.

Has your candle glass been tested for safety?

All of the glass that we use has passed rigorous 3rd party ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) safety testing.

Do your candle wicks contain zinc?

Our candles use cotton or paper wicks that are free of lead and zinc.

Why do the wicks separate?

Our wicks are made of two coils of cotton and one core coil made of paper and twisted together. These three coils are held together by wax on the wick itself. When the wick is attached to the candle vessel it goes through a heating and reheating proc