Winter Woods Candle


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Inspired by crisp mornings, seeing your breath in the air + the magic of Canadian forests.

Bring the outdoors in with a blend of tree oils - highlighting our own Canadian Black Spruce.
Perfect for the holidays.

Soy Wax, Black Spruce, Pine, Cedarwood, Laurel Leaf, Myrrh

· Light for a refreshing woodsy aroma
· Use as part of your self-care routine

notes of fresh fir, dense forest + frost

Canadian Black Spruce - Balancing and energizing
Pine - Protecting and soothing
Cedarwood - Encourages emotional connection
Laurel Leaf - Invigorating and simulating
Myrrh - Purifying, revitalizing and uplifting

9oz. soy wax with a wooden wick in reusable glass amber jar

1. Give your candle enough burning time to develop a melted wax pool that goes all the way to the edge of the container - especially on the first burn. If you don’t allow your candle enough time to form a full melt pool, it may develop a tunnel. 2. Keep your wood wick trimmed short and free of charred bits. keep your wood wick trimmed to about ⅛”, and clean off any burnt wood from previous use. Wick trimmers and nail clippers work great for trimming wooden wicks! 3. When lighting a wood wick candle, the best way is to tilt it on an angle and let the flame draw across the length of the wick. Sometimes, it can take a few tries.
1. Don't leave a burning candle unattended - always burn within sight. For the best burn, don't let burn for more than 4 hours at a time.  2. Discontinue use of the candle when wax gets to 1/2 inch at the bottom of the jar. A flame at this level of wax can cause the jar to get very hot. This will prevent heat damage to the jar and the surface where the candle is placed. Instead, clean out the remaining wax and re-use the jar, or return to us for a discount on your next purchase. 3. Keep out of reach from children and pets. While the candles are naturally made and contain no phthalates, children and pets may have an increased chance of knocking them over. 
4. All information on this site is intended for educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration or the Department of Health Canada.
This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.