THE STORY OF L.I.F.E
Not just a brand, a L.I.F.E-style
Everything is energy.
What you think starts a vibration that influences how you feel, impacts what you attract and creates your reality. Being in-tune with your own energy and understanding that everything is connected is key to abundance in life.
Our collection has been developed with the intention to bring healing, balance and harmony into your life.
Love & Gratitude
How Can We Assist?
Burn your candle for a minimum of one hour, or until the wax has melted to the edge of the glass. This helps to imprint the candle’s memory and prevent an uneven burn.
Replace lid after extinguished to preserve fragrance quality.
Keep your candle burning gently by trimming the wick to ¼ inch. A wick that’s too long will smoke and burn faster, while a wick that’s too short won’t burn as well. A beautiful even burn is all about balance.
Let your candle cool before relighting, and (of course) before cutting the ball at the end of the wick.
Maintain regular trimming to help keep wick ‘mushrooming’ at bay.
Keep your candles away from direct sunlight and other heat sources. A candle left in direct sunlight may lose its scent and discolour.
To avoid a larger flame, never burn your candle for longer than four hours.
Is your candle creating an uneven burn? Simply adjust the wick back to the centre of the jar, or closer to the side that needs more heat.
If black discolouration occurs inside the jar, simply wipe away with a damp cloth.
Never leave your candles unattended, and always keep away from drafts, children and pets.
Always place your candles on a heat-resistant surface that’s stable and level.
It’s normal for the soy wax to change in colour and develop a subtly dusty layer over time. This won’t affect the burn or scent of your beloved candles. Once your final burn is complete, cleaning out your candle jar is (almost) effortless. To remove the remaining wax, simply wipe it out with hot water or place the jar in a freezer for 20 minutes to pop the wax out. Please dispose of excess wax in the bin (and not down the drain!). Once your jar is clean and dry, the possibilities for repurposing are endless.
If burning a collection of candles together, position them apart to prevent uneven burning.
To keep the burn pool clean, you can gently wash your soy candle with cool water. Ensure it’s completely air-dried before next use.
Cleansing and charging your crystals allows for the crystals to return back to their original energy, after having used them. This process gets rid of any negative or unwanted energy that the crystals may have come into contact with. This is important to ensure that the crystals will function at their highest possible frequency, allowing us to obtain beautiful, healing energy.
There are several different ways to care for your crystals.
Put them outside or on a windowsill on a full moon to recharge.
Use the rain as a way to cleanse them with water, or soak them in a bowl of salt water, unless they are a brittle or soft stone such as selenite, angelite, amber, turquoise, azurite, calcite, kyanite, moonstone, kunzite, and halite.
Smudge them with a sage stick or some palo santo.
Bury them underground for 24 hours, and don't forget to let them absorb the rays of the sun.
Large quartz clusters/geodes, and selenite slabs can be great tools for clearing smaller crystals too.
SOY WAX CANDLE DISCOLOURATION
Some ingredients in fragrance oil have the potential to impact the colour of candles. As part of their formulation, our fragrance oils often include natural components like vanillin, citrus oils, and cinnamon.
These ingredients can vary from batch to batch due to their natural character. You may find that your candle wax shifts to a tan/ off white colour more frequently when fragrances contain these components have been used, but nothing is wrong with the fragrance of the candle. Natural materials just have more variability than synthetic materials do!
While discoloration can change the look of your candle, it will not impact its performance.
But I would rather a spot on my apple than one that has been genetically modified and spayed with chemicals, wouldn’t you?