Frequently asked questions

How long should I burn my candle?

We all want to burn our candles forever. But thats not the best idea, we do not recommend burning your candle more than 4 hours at a time. Allow at least 30 minutes to -1 hours to allow candle to make an even wax pool before blowing out, this allows your candle to burn evenly.

What are your candles made of?

Our candles are 100% SOY and vegan friendly! our massage candles are only fused with either 100% virgin coconut or 100% raw African Shea butter. WE ALL NATURAL BABY! ;-)

Where is it safe to burn my candle?

Flames and close objects doesnt sound like they go well together right? It is very important when lighting candle that you keep your lite candle in eye sight and away from close objects especially flammable products.

How do you light the wooden wick?

Good Question! When lighting your wooden wick, you want to slightly tilt your candle 45 degree angle as you would do to light a match.Light your candle with intention and keep tilt for 2-4 seconds and evenly place it in burning eye sight.

Will larger sizes be available?

YES! We will be selling sizes from 1ounce to 11oz candles.

What part of the product can be reused?

EVERYTHING! From out Jars to our boxes.Videos will be up in the near future on how to repurpose your items!

How fragrant are the candles?

They can fill up a decent size living room. 100% soy candles can not get TOO strong because of its natural properties. This is another reason we are mostly a wooden wick family! :) It helps with the scent throw!

How long does it takes shipping?

We ship every Friday, so if you place an order after Friday it will be shipped the following Friday. Due to the PLANdemic we may have some delays typically 7-9 business days.

Why did we switch some candles from Wooden Wick to Cotton?

We know that alot of your guys love the wooden wick and so do we! But unforuntantely just like in nature some things doesnt naturally go well together. Some candles due to the the thickness of our natural oils it can cause some of the wooden wicks to drown and not stay lit as well.