- Trim candle wick to .5cm (1/4in) before each use
- Do not leave candles unattended or in easy reach of children and/or pets
- We recommend burning our candles for at least 2 hours during each use
- Each time you burn your candle, allow the entire top layer to become a fragrant pool of liquid wax.
- To prevent overheating, do not burn candles for more than 4 hours at a time.
- Never burn a candle near anything that can catch on fire.
- Never move a candle while it's lit and do not touch a lit candle or the hot wax.
- Keep candles on a flat, heat resistant surface and away from vents or drafts.
- The candle is finished when .5cm (1/4in) of wax remains in the jar.
- Please DO NOT EAT or INGEST, and read all labeling on the candle jar carefully before lighting.
- Please remove all outer packaging including all string & affirmations before burning your Candles
- All candle Jars and Packaging can be reused or recycled
Wax Melt Safety
- If using an electric burner, place a piece or two of your favourite wax melt into the dished area of the burner. Next, you can simply switch the burner on to heat and melt the wax, releasing the fragrance, filling the room with a beautiful aroma.
- If using a classic tealight heated burner, you will also place your wax melt into the dished area and then heat from below with a lit unscented tea light.
- Unlike a candle, the wax in a wax melt doesn’t disappear as you use it. Instead, eventually, the wax will lose its scent. when this happens heat the cooled wax for around a minute and then it should simply slide straight out. Or completely melt the wax and then pop in a couple of cotton pads to soak the wax straight up for removal.
- Never leave a burning candle unattended or move it when lit.
- Remove all packaging before use.
- Do not use with a maxi tea-light, votive or other candle.
- Keep the Wax Melt Burner and tea-light out of the reach of children and pets.
- Do not burn the tea-light or leave the wax melt burner on or near anything that can catch fire.
- Ensure the wax melt burner is well ventilated. There must be at least 6.5cm of space above the flame within the wax melt burner.
- The wax melt burner becomes very hot during use, do not touch or move whilst alight or whilst wax remains molten.
- Extinguish the tea-light if the flame becomes enlarged, makes contact with the wax melt burner, or begins to smoke.
- Use a candle snuffer to extinguish the flame. Once extinguished allow wax melt burner to cool before moving.
Diffuser Care & Safety
1. PLACE THE STICKS THAT CAME WITH YOUR REED DIFFUSER INTO THE BOTTLE TO ABSORB THE DIFFUSER OIL .
2. FLIP STICKS SO THAT THE "DRY" SIDE OF THE STICKS IS NOW CLOSEST TO THE BOTTLE AND THE SATURATED END IS IN THE AIR.
3. PLACE UNSATURATED (DRY) END OF THE STICKS INTO THE BOTTLE.
4. LET YOUR REED DIFFUSER NATURALLY PERMEATE YOUR SPACE. REED DIFFUSERS WILL CONTINUE TO EVAPORATE INTO THE AIR, CREATING A SUBTLE AND LUXURIOUS SCENT.
Things to remeber:
If you want constant fragrance flip the reeds every week, for a burst of fragrance turn the reeds 2-3 times a week
If you want to increase the scent, just flip the sticks. Please remember to always flip diffuser reed sticks over a paper towel and to wipe bottle so no oil drips onto your table/surface.
Diffuser essential oils are flammable, do not light and keep away from open flame. - Do not ingest essential oils - Diffusers contain essential oils and will stain wood surfaces. Always wipe clean the bottom of your bottle before setting on any surface.
Warning: The diffuser oils are flammable and should not be ingested. Keep out of reach of children and pets. Do not place directly onto polished, painted, plastic or leather surfaces or on electrical equipment as accidental spillage my cause damage to some materials.
If you have any other Safety Questions or queries please contact us at email@example.com