Let your candle burn long enough to reach a full melt pool, before you blow it out.
This will give the candle time to fully melt the top layer of candle wax, so that next time you light it, you get similar results. Candles have "memory", so the first melt pool you create will set the standard for future uses. If you blow your candle out while the melt pool is small, your melt pool could continue to be small for future uses, creating a "tunnel" in your candle.
Don't trim your wicks too low.
If you trim your wicks too low, the melted wax might extinguish the wick's flame OR create too small of a flame for the candle to reach a decent melt pool. Wick trimming instructions are on the bottom of each candle.
Make sure to use your candle in an appropriately sized space.
The size of the room will determine how much or little you'll be able to smell your candles. Try your candle in different areas to see what size space works best for you. We recommend starting in a small/medium space, then work your way up in size if desired.
Review the "warning" label.
Additional safety tips can be found on the candle packaging and/or on the bottom of each candle.
Our Springtime candle collection is in the works. Check back soon for new fragrances. In the meantime, please enjoy discounted prices on all products from previous Seasonal collections.