Candles And Wax Melts Care


- On first time lighting your candle, allow wax to melt all the way to edges of jar/tin to ensure an even burn, avoid tunneling, and prolong the life of the candle.
- Never leave a lit candle unattended.
- Keep wick trimmed to 5mm before/after each use.
- Avoid burning candles for more than 3 hours at a time. Allow the candle to cool for 2 hours and trim your wick  before relighting.
- Do not move a lit candle as jar/tin and wax will be hot.
- Place your candle on a heat resistant surface when burning and away from anything flammable.
- Keep out of reach of children or pets.
- Store your candle in a dry, cool place when not in use.
- Discontinue use when there is approx. 1/2 an inch (1.3cm) of wax left in jar/tin.
- Frosting, wet spots and cracking can be common with natural wax. If this occurs in your candle, it won't affect the candle or scent.
Please note: all our candles are hand poured and may have slight differences in weight and color. 

Molten Ritual candles are made with natural wax, cotton wick, wooden wick fragrance oil, colored dye chips and dash of mica for some wicked shine.


- Only use wax warmer that is specifically designed for wax melts. Other types of warmers/burners can burn out the scent too quickly or be dangerous. Read and follow all instructions on your warmer carefully before use.
- Do not leave unattended or in reach of children and pets.
- Do not add water to your warmer.
- Do not leave your warmer on for extended periods of time (I recommend 3 hours maximum at a time).
- Do not place your warmer on/near flammable items/surfaces.
- You can reuse your wax melt until the scent has faded.
- Once you are finished using your warmer wait for it to cool it down, pop your burner in the freezer . Wait 10 minutes, take your burner out. Your leftover wax will just slide our.