Ozone & Lily is bright, refreshing + uplifting, like a day spent on your back porch soaking in the spring sun.
ozone • mandarin • rose • lily • amber • powder • honey
Are you ready for a next level candle experience? Our candles just got a major facelift + are better than ever! Like getting two gifts in one, our Burn + Bloom candle series come with a paper dust cover infused with wildflower seeds. This little eco-friendly dust cover not only keeps your candle free of any dust and debris in the air, but can also be used to plant your own wildflowers once you're finished with your candle! Head over to our Burn + Bloom Guide to read more about how these perfectly wonderful new additions to our candles work.
Turn your candle tumbler into a gift when you've finished your candle! The paper dust cover that comes with each candle is infused with wildflower seeds. This means you can plant your dust cover under a thin layer of soil, water it frequently, and have your own homegrown wildflowers in a matter of weeks!
You can plant your dust cover in any planter, but we especially love how our white glass candle tumblers look with these dainty wildflowers growing out of them. Head here to our Burn + Bloom Guide to see how!
Our new white glass tumblers hold 9.5oz of our US-grown soy wax and premium, pthalate-free fragrances. A larger wick gives you more of that subtle crackle that we love from our American hardwood wicks. Approximate burn time is 50 hours.
Ingredients: Pure US-grown soy wax, American Hardwood wick, fragrance oil.
Want to watch a video on how to trim your wick? Here you go! To keep your candles in the best shape, it's essential to practice safety precautions while burning. Here are our suggestions for utilizing your wood wick candle:
• Trim your wood wick to 1/4" each time before lighting
• Pinch off burnt part of wooden wick after each burn
• Burn candles only on level fire resistant surfaces, away from drafts + flammable items
• Do not leave burning candles unattended
• Do not let your candle burn for more than 4 hours at a time
Your initial burn is very important to how your candle will behave for each consecutive use! Once you light your candle, you should keep it lit until it achieves a full melt pool (meaning that the entire surface of your candle should be in liquid form). If this doesn't occur, your candle will develop a "burn tunnel" and will not burn correctly. This can and will significantly can cut down on its lifespan!