Guide No. 6: Meadow
smells like: wandering through fields of freshly bloomed wildflowers.
fragrance details: floral notes of water lily, gardenia, rose, and hints of bergamot.
type: clean & airy, floral
property: calming & uplifting
wisdom: faith & hope
*due to supply shortages, the Elder Guides collection is currently being offered in clear glass. don't worry, it is just as beautiful as the original. we're working to get our signature amber glass back in as soon as possible, and we appreciate your understanding!
+ weight: 8oz
+ burn time: 55+ hours
+ 100% pure american grown soy wax
+ hand-poured in small batches in brevard, nc
+ all natural fragrance oils and lead-free cotton wicks
+ our signature amber jar can be recycled or repurposed
+ a portion of proceeds benefit the appalachian trail conservancy
Tips for a Wonderful Candle Experience
TRIM THE WICK. Make sure to trim the wick to ¼” before lighting and each time a candle is re-lit.
MAKE THE FIRST BURN COUNT. Soy wax has a memory and should be allowed to achieve a full melt pool on its very first burn. If it is extinguished prior to allowing a full melt pool, all subsequent melt pools will not go past the first one, creating the dreaded tunnel.
CREATE A WAX POOL. To get a strong and long lasting scent, make sure to allow the top layer to melt into a pool of liquid wax. To create a full melt pool, burn the candle for a minimum of one (1) hour for every inch of it's diameter, but no longer than 4 hours. All future burns should follow the first one's path and melt fully to the sides.
BURN SAFELY. Always burn within sight and on a heat resistant surface. Keep away from things that can catch fire. Always keep away from pets and little hands. Never burn a candle unattended! Do not burn longer than 4 hours at a time. The safest way to extinguish a candle is using the lid provided with your candle to suffocate the flame, versus blowing the candle out.
SAY GOODBYE. Time to let your candle go when only ½” wax remain.