Word on the street
“I lit my candle before a dinner party. As my guests arrived, each and every one commented on the enticing smell coming from my kitchen. Unfortunately for them, I wasn’t baking bread! This candle is the perfect scent to make you feel cosy and right at home.” @mel_deeks88
“I can’t believe how much this smells like sourdough! I have no idea how anyone can manage to capture it in a scent without actually baking but Shannon has nailed it. I’ve been off carbs for a while now and fresh bread is my weakness, so this is a win-win because now I can have the smell without the carbs…. I just need to make lettuce taste like a wrap and I’m set!” @stace.a.t.3
“Carbs are life.” @hayleyy_jones
“Fake it until you make it! My husband walked in and asked what I was baking as it smelt delicious in the house. The perfect candle to burn for those of us who like to pretend we’re a domestic goddess like Nigella!” @faeriprincess
Baby light my fire
Not only do our candles smell amazing when they’re lit, because we use the finest fragrances, our candles still emit fragrance even when they’re just sitting there, not even burning, filling your room with fragrance.
Place in any room in the house that requires extra magic.
Tips and tricks:
Trim wick to about half a centimetre prior to lighting.
If your candle starts smoking, your wick is too long. Blow it out, trim and relight.
If your wick is drowning, melt some of the wax around the wick and pour out until wick is visible.
Never leave a burning candle unattended.
Soy Wax: hydrogenated soy oil and contains a soy-based additive. It is vegan, natural and kosher.
Fragrance: composed of natural, naturally-derived, and synthetic ingredients. All fragrance materials have been studied by RIFM (Research Institute for Fragrance Materials) for safety, and IFRA (International Fragrance Association) has set forth a code of practices for use of the materials. This ensures that fragrances are safe for consumers. Phthalate free.