To ensure optimal burning and candle life, allow enough burn time with each use to achieve a full liquid pool, approximately 3-4 hours (approximately 1 hour for votives). Do not burn more than 4 hours at a time, doing so will greatly accelerate the burn rate.
Allow candle to completely cool and harden between burns.
Trim wicks between burns to remove any carbon clusters, carbon residue, and to maintain wick at approximately 1/4 inch.
Lotion Candle Use:
Extinguish candle when desired liquid pool is achieved. Either dip fingers into wax or use a ladle/spoon and massage onto skin. Be careful to test the wax temperature and oil blend on skin before use and remember that glass cylinders are extremely hot during candle burning.
To recycle or reuse glass cylinders, melt any remaining wax at low temperature in the oven. Pour any remaining wax into garbage container or outside (never rinse with water, pour in sink, or place in dishwasher – wax will clog pipes). Wipe out any remaining liquid wax with disposable paper product. Any remaining wax residue can be removed with rubbing alcohol.
CANDLE SAFETY ALERTS:
Always keep burning candle within eyesight and never unattended. Remove label before lighting, Keep wick trimmed to 1/4 inch. Burn on heat resistant, stable surface, and away from children, pets, and drafts. Never touch or move burning candle when wax is liquid. Use snuffer to extinguish candle. Never burn a candle near anything flammable. Do not burn more than 4 hours. Never use candle as a night light.