Cassis and White Cedar Soy Wax Candle - STUK
Cassis and White Cedar Soy Wax Candle - STUK
Cassis and White Cedar Soy Wax Candle - STUK
Cassis and White Cedar Soy Wax Candle - STUK
Cassis and White Cedar Soy Wax Candle - STUK
Cassis and White Cedar Soy Wax Candle - STUK
Cassis and White Cedar Soy Wax Candle - STUK
Cassis and White Cedar Soy Wax Candle - STUK
Cassis and White Cedar Soy Wax Candle - STUK

Cassis and White Cedar Soy Wax Candle

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Cassis berries, white cedar and cherry blossom on a bed of Amber.

- 40 hours burn time.
- Hand poured in the UK, for quality assurance and reduced waste.
- Soy wax for a cleaner burn without toxins or carcinogens

Fill your space with the fruity yet woody scent of our Cassis & White Cedar Candle, a delightful evocative fragrance, that is a firm favourite in the Lily & Loaf offices.

Our candles are made of a natural soy blend of wax, so are much kinder to your health and environment. They also burn at a slower rate than paraffin wax, so are more economical.

Packaged in a beautiful presentation box, our signature candle makes the perfect gift for a loved one, or a special, fragrant, indulgent little treat just for you.

Try It, Love it

Getting the most out of your candle

Trim your wick
Each time you burn your candle make sure you trim the wick first.  A trimmed wick gives you a cleaner brighter flame, and also prevents the black sooty stains that you see on the side of the jar.

Tunnelling
We have all experienced candle tunnelling at some point, this is where the candle burns a hole down the middle leaving the majority of wax around the outside of the jar. This dramatically reduces the burn time of your candle. Some people are surprised to find out that this has nothing to do with the quality of the candle. It is all about the candles "burn memory".

The first burn is so important, and it is essential that you allow the area of melted wax (the melt pool) to reach the outside of the container. This involves leaving it to burn a little longer than you may wish to, but it so important if you want to make your candle last as long as possible. A good rule of thumb is to allow it to burn for 1 hour for every inch of the candle's diameter.

Never burn a candle for longer than four hours at a time, as this could make the jar extremely hot and cause damage to surfaces. After the maximum recommended burn time, let it cool, trim the wick and relight.

A draught can cause a candle to smoke, so try and avoid burning a candle in an area where there is a draught.

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