TL Candles Soy wax candle with Juniper scent
: Roaming through the forest and trying to recharge your tired soul you come upon a juniper grove and you suddenly feel energy pouring in your bones and crisp air filling your lungs. Juniper holds this almost magical power to rejuvenate and recharge just by breathing in its scent. In ancient times, Tibetan monks burnt Juniper berry twigs to purify the air. Known to be one of the oldest plants used as a fumigant, the twigs of this plant were burnt to ward of insects and cleanse the air which holds well even today.
Now days, living in a busy city you may not have an opportunity to find a juniper twig to burn and cleanse your space and recharge, and that is why we have created a candle decorated with pine needles and juniper berries and infused it with juniper essential oil, to bring nature and juniper’s magic to you.
Why choose soy wax candles?
Innovative and natural product.
100% Eco product, nature friendly, renewable resource.
Pesticide and carcinogenic substance free.
Soy wax candles burn slower and diffuse the scent more evenly.
Soy wax candles burns up to 50% longer than paraffin candles.
Soy wax is GMO free.
Soy wax can be easily cleaned with soap and hot water.
Soy wax melting temperature is low, which diminishes burning risk. / DESCRIPTION: V-250 ml,
Ø – 80 mm,
H – 60 mm. / Directions for use:
1.When burning natural soy wax for the first time, it should be burned up to 3 hours, so a wax pool is formed. This way ensuring that the candle burns out evenly.
2.Recommended wick length – no longer than 1 cm
3.For flame to burn brighter and longer, candle should be put out once in a while
4. Soy wax candle should be placed on an even surface.
5. For safety, natural wax candle should be placed on a heat-resistant candle holder or dish
6.For candle to burn evenly, wick should be straightened out once in a while
7.Never leave a burning candle unattended
Burn time – 20 h
Ingredients: natural soy wax,juniper berries and pine needles
Fragrance: Juniper Fragrance with notes of cedar, patchouli and myrtle