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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How to care for Candles?
    Warning To prevent fire and serious injury. Burn the candle within sight. Keep away from drafts and vibrations. Keep out of reach of children and pets. Never burn candle on or near anything that can catch fire. Burning Instruction Trim wick to about 65mm before lighting. Keep candle free of any foreign materials including matches and wick trimmings. Only burn the candle on a level , fire resistant surface. Do not burn the candle for more than 4 hours at a time.
  • How to use a wax warmer with wax melts, cubes, and tarts?"
    All types of wax melts have appeared within my store from all shapes and sizes for small wax warmers and big wax warmers. Wax warmers come in a variety of shapes and sizes, from my store, I currently have two types, one that you directly plug into the wall and one with a 1 meter cord that you can put on a side table, decorate it and have it plugged in and the wax melt will have your house scent very nicely. You can also use a burner for your wax melt. This is the type that on the top you put the wax melts and in the bottom on the inside you put the tealight. Whichever you purchase, the important thing to do is to read the instruction and safety information carefully on how to use your wax warmer. This is so that you get the best usage out of your wax melts, tarts or cubes. To begin using a wax warmer, it is important to wipe the top of the warmer before you add the wax melts, cubes or tarts. If you wish to purchase a liner for your wax warmer to protect the equipment you can as well. The liner is made out of silicone so easy to use, you put the silicone on top of the warmer in the dish that you would normally put the wax in. If you are using it with a silicone and that you find the fragrance is no longer there than you can just turn your wax warmer off, let it harder than take the silicone out of it and the hardened wax put it in the bin. I repeat in the BIN. If you do not wish to use a liner made of silicone, just make sure that while your wax warmer is hot (so it is liquid wax), grab the equipment and pour it in the bin than wipe with a paper towel to give it a clean, put it all in the bin. I repeat in the BIN. It is up to you to add the amount of wax that you can see necessary for your wax warmer as everyone will be different on what they purchase and what they add. If you have any question about it please don't hesitate to send an email to Tiff on and I will respond to you as soon as possible.
  • How to use room sprays?
    When you purchase a room spray please make sure to shake the bottle before every use. The ingredients in the room sprays are: Distilled water or Demineralised water Fragrance or essential oils Room Spray base Optiphen plus Those can be used to spray in your car, in your room, bathroom, in your cupboard (those are made for your house needs or car needs) but please do not spray this on yourself.
  • How to use Reed Diffusers?
    When purchasing or receiving your reed diffuser. You will see the reeds so on the first time using it, put the reed inside the bottle and let them soak for about half a day than halfway through the day, grab the reed and rotate them for the other side to soak so that the scent can go through the reeds. Once a week rotate the reeds so that the scent from your reed diffuser can be joyful all week long. A 200mls bottle of diffuser if taken care of it properly and done the rotating weekly, this should last you up to 6 months of usage.
  • What is lip balm made of?
    Ingredients are: Coconut oil, cocoa butter, beeswax, castor oil, shea butter and Vitamine E. Mica powders will be added in the lip balm for the colouring and also flavouring made for the body to be added in the lip balm ingredients. Flavours: Watermelon Strawberry Madarin Cherry
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