These revamped luxury candles are made of a high grade of paraffin and mineral wax, with fragrance oils designed in Denmark and produced in Grasse ( France).
Some fragrances have been preserved- the original and best seller Sofie is now Lucent.
Their new packaging consist of subtle colour coated ceramic jars, which metal lids are cleverly convertible into candle holders for pillar candle. It is also possible to purchase refills for these jars.
They have about an incredible 75 hours of burning time.
Lucent is the smell of summery light reflected in foliage in shades of yellow and white.
Ashore is the scent of the sea’s salty convergence with the coast and the sky in shades of blue.
Transcend is the scent of magical Nordic herbs and charcoal in shades of purple and blue.
Flowerage is the scent of wild flowers and auspicious roses in shades of pink and white.
Burning instructions for scented candles
When lighting for the first time, always allow to burn for two hours. This will allow wax to pool evenly for the duration of its burn time. Take note too, that ideally, candles should not be burned for more than 2-3 hours at a time as this can cause the wick to move off center. If this happens the side of the jar can heat up and it can cause some black soothing inside the jar.
Always give the wick a little trim (about 0,5 cm) before relighting. This ensures less soot is formed when the candle is burning and that the oils are kept beautiful. Snuff out the candle with an extinguisher – try and avoid blowing it out.
Light candles one hour prior to the arrival of guests for that maximum punch of fragrance. Extinguish the flame just before they arrive so the home appears beautifully, naturally fragrant.