What does it do
The day is getting sunny and warm. The air is fresh, but still soft after the night's rain. A dewy breeze of gentle flowers touches your skin and makes you smile.
Fragrance is divided into notes, and it is these notes that determine how the fragrance should develop.
Top notes: This is the first scent you smell. It is strongest in the beginning, but fades quickly. (Honeysuckle, Freesia, Honeydew Melon, Bergamot, Lemon Peel)
Middle notes: When the top notes fade, the middle notes come to life and fill the room. These often last longer with the bottom notes. (Lily of the valley, Sunflower, Alpine violet, Daisies, Geranium)
Bottom notes - These are released last, and they last the longest. This scent will stay and it will surprise you little by little, after the other notes have faded. (Musk, Vetivergrass, Sandalwood, White Cedar)
How to do it
Cut the wick down to a maximum length of 1 cm before lighting the candle.
Always let the candle burn for at least 30 minutes, or until all the wax on the surface has melted. If you turn off the light before the surface has melted, the light will burn down in a "tunnel" and the duration will be short.
Always cut the wick down to a maximum of 1 cm before switching on the light again.
To avoid odor when the light is to be blown out, place the metal lid directly over the flame and leave on.
Today, more than 90% of all candles are produced with the environmentally worst paraffin, and large amounts of palm oil. Otherwise, a lot of soy is used for paraffin-free candles, but soy is actually an important resource in food in large parts of the world. Basically, most of the candles we burn today are neither good for the environment nor ourselves.
Our Swedish producer has developed its own environmentally friendly wax mixture based on rapeseed grown in Sweden. As much as 90% of the wax consists of rapeseed, mixed with a few percent coconut oil to make the wax soft so that the light melts evenly.
Great emphasis is placed on natural scents and wicks / waxes that do not soot. The boxes for the candles are produced in Norway and the paper is made from Nordic timber.
* Note that our environmentally friendly wax is a "living" mass that changes structure according to temperature. This is visible through the clear glass and shows the adult's natural appearance. This means that the adult does not always look perfect, we call it "perfect un-perfect"!
100% Natural, 100% Vegetable
No paraffin, kerosene, beeswax or animal ingredients.
Burn time: 200 gr - 50 hours
The scented candle contains a few% traceable sustainable palm oil with the highest environmental certification RSPO Identity Preserved (IP). Having this certification ensures the planting of new trees, and a contribution is made to the Rainforest Fund. The Rainforest Fund recommends only buying products that hold this type of certification. (The oil affects how the light burns and its diffusion of fragrance.)
We use cotton wicks and wax that does not soot, and the boxes for the candle are produced in Norway with paper made from Nordic timber.
Rapeseed oil, Coconut oil, Sorbitan Tristearate (2-4%, RSPO Identity Preserved (IP) certified / sustainable) - Fragrance ingredients: Benzyl salicylate, linalool, lilial, cyclamen aldehyde, citronellol.
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Gorgeous scented candles
Here you can see how gorgeous the scented candles are and what they look like in a home environment. I promise, they smell absolutely heavenly beautiful. 🙂
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