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Proper product care is essential to making sure you're getting the most out of your purchase. Read below to learn how you should be caring for your products.





  1. ALWAYS trim your wick to 1/4" before you light it. This is for safety, and to get the optimal burn from your candle and to help extend the life of your candle.

  2. Always let the wax melt to the edge before burning your candle out to help avoid tunneling and to get the most out of your candle.

  3. Never leave a burning candle unattended.

  4. Do not burn a candle near a draft or around flammable products.

  5. Do not burn your candle for more than 4 hours at a time. If you must, extinguish the flame, let your candle cool, then relight it.

  6. Do not store your candle in direct sunlight or under bright lighting to help avoid discoloring. Remember, we don't use additives to prevent our natural soy wax candles from discoloring when exposed to UV lighting.

For more information on caring for your candle, read our candle care blog post. 


For instructions planting your wildflower seeded dust cover, read our blog post.





  1. Unscrew the cap and remove the stopper. Replace the cap and insert reed diffusers. Allow approximately 24 hours before you begin to smell the fragrance.

  2. Carefully flip the reeds for a stronger fragrance throw as needed.

  3. Use a coaster under the reed diffuse to protect the surface from any oil that may spill.


Note: reed diffusers depend on air circulation to disperse the fragrance through the room, therefore, they will preform best when placed in high traffic areas.



  1. Unscrew the cap and remove the stopper underneath then tightly replace the cap and hang in your car.

  2. Briefly turn the diffuser upside down and allow the cap to soak up the fragrance for a stronger scent throw as needed.

  3. When the fragrance is running low, use the refill bottle to carefully refill the diffuser when needed.





  1. Gently shake the bottle then spray the area you'd like to enhance.

  2. Store the bottle in a cool, dark place standing upright.

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