Correct use and care of candles

  • Never leave a candle on unattended or while you sleep. If you are going to leave the room or go to bed, be sure to turn them off.
  • Do not touch or move a burning candle, especially when the wax is melted. 
  • La first burn is essential to maximize the life of a candle. It is important establish your memory correctly. To do this, you must burn it until the wax melts over the entire surface or until it reaches the outer edge of the container. This will create an even burn. 
  • Once you have created the memory of the candle, to prevent tunnels from forming, it is necessary to light it for 2-3 hours straight or until the wax has accumulated on the edges. 
  • Si vas a light several candles at the same time, places each of them at a minimum distance each other to make sure they don't overlap by melting into each other or create their own drafts. 
  • At maximize fragrance diffusion, burn it in the desired space for 30-45 minutes with the door closed. Open windows and doors will disperse the scent and decrease concentration.
  • To preserve the candle's fragrance, avoid excessive heat buildup and the formation of the so-called "mushroom" on the wick. 


  • For security reasons, the candle must not be burned to the end. Extinguish when 10mm of wax or less remains. The flame requires a solid wax base so as not to overheat the glass container. 
  • Blow out the candle with a snuffer or wooden lid if you have it. You can also dip the wick into the melted wax trying to straighten it to prevent it from smoking. Do not blow or use water as this can cause the hot wax to splatter and break the glass container.
  • If soot forms inside the container, turns off the candle, allow it to cool completely, then wipe it clean with a damp cloth. trim the wick and turn it back on.
  • Don't touch or move the candle until it has completely cooled.
  • Store candles in a cool, dark, and dry place. Avoid placing them where they get direct sunlight or strong indoor lighting.