Our parasoy blend candles & soy wax melts are hand-poured in small batches with premium fragrance oils that are phthalate free, & cotton wicks for a clean burning. To help reduce our carbon footprint the mason jelly jars can be reused when the candle is done. We chose to use a removable label on the mason jars making it easy for you to remove the label, recycle it, and clean out the jar to use for other purposes.
Our mason jar candles are 6.5oz, the candle tins are 4oz, and our clamshells are 3oz.
Bartender - a sophisticated blend of sandalwood & vanilla with hints of tobacco & bourbon
Tobacco & Whisky - an intriguing mix of whiskey, sandalwood, tobacco, tonka bean, citrus & honey
Wax Melts 101
Break off 1 or 2 cubes and add to the top of an electric wax melt (tart) burner as they melt the aroma will fill the room. The wax can be re-melted until it is no longer fragrant at that time dump it and start fresh with a new wax melt. If you are feeling adventurous you can use different melts together to create your own unique aroma.
Keep away from children & pets.
Hand poured with love in Hector NY without any additional coloring. Frosting of wax may occur but will not affect the melting or fragrance of the product.
Candle Burning 101
Did you know the first burn of your candle is very important to how well your candle will hold up and burn over time as well as setting the boundaries and scent throw for every burn after? Your first burn is called a memory burn.
Preparing for a memory burn (first burn) Never leave a candle unattended! A good rule is to know the diameter of your candle and for every inch it is wide, you should gauge one hour of burn time. So if your candle is 2 inches wide you should burn your candle for at least 2 hours the first time you light it. Before you light your candle be sure the wick is no longer than 1/4" high this will help to give it a nice clean burn.
Why this is so important All candle's retain a memory. In order to have a full melt pool, where the candle has melted until there is liquid touching everyside of the container, the candle has to have a memory of that. When you prevent the full memory burn the result will be the inability to achieve a clean, full melt pool all the way down to the bottom. The melt pool always follows the boundaires set from the memory burn. When you do a memory burn with a full melt pool on your candle you will notice a stronger scent throw from your candle.