Nag Champa Soy Wax Wood Wick Candle
A powdery sweet floral and musky type with top notes of black currant, mandarin, and black pepper, middle notes of orange blossom and precious florals with a musky, patchouli, vanilla,and sandalwood base note.
We took the time to test and get the finest quality fragrance for our candles. We hope you love them just as much as we do!
Each of our candles are hand poured in New Jersey in small batches. These candles are made from 100% American grown soy wax, wood wicks, and premium fragrance oils. The crackling wooden wick is like a little crackling fireplace in your home. Our candles are made and set to cure for multiple days before being sold and our labels are entirely homemade (self designed, printed, and cut).
Our candles come in 2 containers of your choosing:
- A beautiful white matte glass vessel with a raw pine wood lid
- 12 oz / Size: 3.75" w x 4.1" h
- Soft white, with a hint of lilac, seamless aluminum metal tin with lid
- 5 oz / Size: 3.5" w x 2" h
The glass vessel and metal tin is reusable, whether it be for your makeup brushes, pens, jewelry - whatever you’d like!
In an effort to reuse, we have recycled all of our paper scraps and created handmade seed paper. Each candle will come with a wildflower seed paper to plant in your vessel or tin once you have finished your candle. The paper is compostable, so it leaves no waste behind when planted.
Why did we choose to go with a wooden wick? Because of its sustainability, even and clean burn, and it produces less soot than traditional wicks.
Benefits of this particular soy wax:
- Comes from a completely natural and renewable source
- Burns very clean
- Helps support American farmers
- FDA Approved
- Kosher Certified
Burning your wood wick candle
When you light your candle for the first time, we recommend burning until a full melt pool has been reached. This will prevent tunneling and increase the burn time of your candle. Soy wax is considered a memory wax, and will only burn to the point of the initial burn.
After every burn, once the wax has cooled your fingers to break off the top burnt part of the wick. Be sure to remove the excess burned wick and do not flick it into the candle itself as this may clog up the wood wick. A wick that is not trimmed may create burning issues.
Never leave a candle burning unattended or within reach of pets, small children or drafts. Keep away from items that can catch fire. It is recommended that you do not burn for more than 4 hours at a time. Allow time to cool before handing, as the candle jar will be hot after burning.