Candle Care Guide

Do not burn your candle for more than 3-4 hours at a time.

Burning your candle for four hours allows a full melt pool to form and for the scent to fill your room. This prevents the candle from "tunneling" and ensures an even burn.

After four hours, snuff out your candle and allow it to cool for at least two hours before trimming the wick and relighting


Always trim your wick before each time you light your candle.

Trimming your wick will help your candle burn evenly, prevent it from burning too fast, and prevent the flame from getting too big. Wait for your candle to fully cool to trim it after each burn.

Use scissors. nail cutters or wick trimmers. This will help your candle burn better.


Stop burning when there is less than 1/2 of wax remaining at the bottom of the container.

For safety, stop burning your candle when just a 1⁄2 inch of wax remains. As the flame reaches the bottom of the jar the increased heat against the glass can damage the container or the surface it's on.

The last 1⁄2 inch of unburned wax does not have to go to waste. Place your candle on a wax warmer to squeeze out that last bit of fragrance. Follow the manufacturer's use and safety guidelines for your wax warmer. AND you can reuse or recycle the container.


Do not touch or move a hot/lit candle

As your candle burns, the glass will heat up. It's safest to not touch or move a burning candle. Additionally, the melted wax can spill if you accidentally tip your candle when trying to move it. Wait for your candle to cool before moving it.