• Conscious Design

  • Cruelty Free

  • Essential Oils

  • Clean Burn

  • Non-Toxic

1 of 5
  • Putting candles on cakes is a tradition from ancient greece

    True. Ancient greeks would bring a cake decorated with candles. It represented the glowing moon, to the temple of artemis, the goddess of the hunt and the moon. It only became a birthday tradition from the 1700s as every candle represented each passing year.

  • The candle flame does not always stand straight

    Did you know that under microgravity (like on a space station), some nasa scientists have revealed that a flame would be spherical. This phenomenon is due to the lack of gravity.

  • A candle should not produce smoke when burning

    There is no smoke without fire, sure... But when your candle is smoking, it means the wick is too long! Easy to fix it: put the flame out, wait for the wick to cool and trim it to about 6 mm long.

1 of 3
  • How to avoid candle tunnelling

    When burning a candle, ensure the wax surface melts from the wick to the edge of the container. This maximizes scent release and prevents tunneling. Avoid placing candles in drafty areas to prevent uneven burning.

  • How to reuse leftover candle wax?

    To craft wax melts from used candle wax, warm the wax and pour it into silicone molds. Specific molds are not necessary — opt for an ice cube tray instead. For a touch of creativity, consider adding coloring and fragrance. Once solidified, package the melts for a thoughtful handmade gift.

  • Why do my candles flicker (and how can I fix it)?

    Numerous factors contribute to why candles flicker, some of which relate to the natural behavior of a candle flame. A candle flame is not a consistent light source, but a dynamic and ever-changing phenomenon. Flickering is a common occurrence in candles, unless it becomes excessive.

1 of 3