Evermore North Travel Candle - 90ml
Inspired by nature, the seasons and the skies, our new selection of gold travel candles are perfect for gifts, available in our three wintery fragrances - North, Ember and Grove. The range is made from a sustainable soy wax and organic coconut oil blend, suitable for vegans.
Introducing our exciting new Christmas candle, North. An accord blended with quintessential festive fragrances inspired by the North Star - frankincense, patchouli and myrrh - North beautifully captures the warmth and spirit of the season; finished with warm tobacco and spicy notes of cinnamon.
Burn time: 15 hours approx
Top note: cinnamon
Middle note: myrrh, tobacco
Base note: frankincense, patchouli
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ABOUT OUR CANDLES:
We use an organic coconut wax certified by the Soil Association in all of our candles. We use this wax as each element has been organically and sustainably sourced, whilst providing a cleaner and longer lasting burn than other waxes. Our candle are lovingly hand-poured in our East London studio, making sure each is perfectly-crafted and quality checked before it reaches your home. We are completely honest about everything that goes into our candles - sustainably sourced wax, organic essential oils, toxin-free perfume oils and soy wax coated cotton wicks.
- On your first candle burn, we highly recommend that you burn the candle for at least 3 hours. This allows the melt pool to reach all edges of the candle and avoids tunnelling. Tunneling, aside from being a funny word, is bad news for candles as it means you're not using up enough wax and you end up with a 'tunnel' effect running down the centre of your candle.
- Always try to trim the tip of your wick between each light. This stops the flame from getting too big and will ensure you get the best results from your candle.
- Never leave a candle burning in a room unattended or within the reach of children or pets.
- Avoid leaving the candle burning once it's reached the bottom as the container could get quite hot.