First off, why you should own a TO112 Candle.
Candles, like proper lighting, can add instant ambiance to any space. They are incredibly evocative; from the fragrance chosen, to how many you choose to display. While a cluster of candles definitely creates a moment, never underestimate to impact of a single Candle. Unfortunately, candles can also be incredibly toxic. Not to be dramatic, but choosing the right candle will impact your health.
This brings us to TO112 Candles. The all natural beeswax candle's fragrance is derived from a custom blend of essential oils, which means that they are completely non-toxic and clean-burning! The Palo Santo Candle has sweet notes of pine, mint and lemon. It is known to inspire creativity and promote healing while subtly infusing your space with it’s lush aroma. While the Lime Clove Candle fragrance is centered on lime and clove, matching the aroma of the TO112 Normal Hair Line.
No matter which TO112 candle is chosen, you will bring mystery, beauty and sensual quiet to your space, naturally.
How to care for your TO112 Candle
- :First burn: like a foam mattress, wax has memory. The first time you burn a candle sets the stage for the life of the candle. The size of the wax pool on the initial burn is pretty much the size of the opening from there on out. To prevent tunnelling, let the candle burn long enough to get the entire top liquid wax. (Do not burn for more than 4 hours at a time)
:Use a wick trimmer and keep the wick 1/8 of an inch. For a cleaner cut, trim the wick at room temp. (Only trim after the first burn)
:Light the candle when it can burn for a few hours **always attended**. This will prevent tunnelling. If you only light it for a short time, make sure the next occasion is longer to fix tunnelling. (Do not burn for more than 4 hours at a time)
:Fix tunnelling by placing in a hurricane vase and let burn for a few hours until the entire top becomes liquid wax about 1/4" deep - of course under supervision. The vase will speed up the process. This will reset the wax memory.