As the candles softly illuminate our path, we navigate the journey of love hand in hand, guided by the gentle flickers that mirror the depth of our connection. Together, we create a tapestry of cherished memories, weaving together moments of laughter, joy, and unwavering support. These candles symbolize the enduring flame that burns brightly within our hearts, igniting a love that transcends time and space. In the soft glow of their warm embrace, we find solace, renewal, and an eternal reminder of the power of love. With every candle we light, we celebrate the extraordinary bond we share, as we continue to write our love story in the timeless language of candlelight


Burning for the First Time

The first time you use a candle, make sure it is in a draft-free area where you can check on it every 30 minutes or so.

Leave it lit until at least the top layer of wax has melted completely: The deeper this layer is, the better: The exact amount of time it will take for a candle to melt all the way to the edge of the container varies depending on the was type, candle size and wick length.

It normally takes roughly an hour of burn time for each inch.


During each subsequent use

strive to alsvars let the wax melt all the way to the edge before extinguishing the candle.

For the best results, we recommend burning our candles for no less than 2 hours and no more than 4 hours at a time.

When you follow these rules closely: you should be left with a smooth top layer after each use.


How to Burn a Candle Evenly

Even after the first use, burning a candle evenly can be somewhat of a challenge.

To make sure you get the most out of your candle and make it last longer, follow these simple steps.

  1. ensure that the surface you are burning the candle on is completely level.
  2. After you're done with your Name for the day; alloss the candle to cool completely before relighting.
  3. make sure to cover your candle when it's not in use. This prevents dust and air from entering the container.
  4. Cutting the wick before lighting will allow for a clean lighting experience and will extend the burn time of your candle.


We only use sustainable ingredients to make our candles.

These ingredients are eco soy wax, premium oils for the scents and a lead-free wick made from eco-cotton.

These are the natural materials for our candles in a nutshell:

  • Soy wax
  • Natural-based oils
  • Eco-cotton wick


  1. Extinguish all candles when leaving a room or before going to sleep,
  2. Never burn a candle on or near anything that can catch fire,
  3. Place candles away from drapes, bedding, carpets, books, etc.
  4. Keep candles out of the reach of children and pets,
  5. Burn the candle in a well ventilated room and assay from any drought,
  6. Place candles on a stable, heat resistant surface.

The charm and uniquness of handmade candles

Handmade candles are crafted by hand, which means that each candle may have small variations in color, shape, or texture, and may also contain minor imperfections. This is a natural result of the candle-making process, and it is often seen as part of the charm and uniqueness of handmade candles. However, We take care to ensure that any imperfections do not affect the quality or safety of the candle. It's always important to us to follow proper safety guidelines and use high-quality materials to ensure that your candles are both beautiful and safe to use.

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