French Lavender & Cedar

Alluring fields of French lavender mingle with tender greens and woody facets for a warm finish. This scent has very soothing and calming notes.

Note Profile:

Top: citrus, peppery green, camphor, eucalyptus

Middle: herbal, lavender, geranium, rose, violet

Base: amber, oakmoss, sandalwood, cedar leaf, cedarwood, tonka

French Lavender & Cedar

  • 3.0 OZ

    Upto 45 hrs burn

  • Candles are great for their smell and their ambiance; however, there are times when you don’t want to keep track of the flame or having to trim the wick. Wax melts are meltable wax chunks that are warmed to release scent. Wax melts are scented bite-sized chunks of wax that are a flame-free, convenient candle alternative! Wax melts are placed in a wax warmer, and warmed usually with a hot plate or light bulb included with the warmer.


    How to use:

    1. Find a Wax Melt or Tart Warmer

    Wax melt or tart warmers come in a variety of shapes, styles, and designs. It’s imperative to use a warmer or burner specifically designed for wax melts, because any other type of warmer can reach temperatures much higher than designed for your wax melts, and this will quickly burn out your scent. It can also be dangerous to use a melter or burner that is not designed for wax melting.


    2. Place a Wax Melt Inside the Warmer

    To use your wax melts you need to check to see whether your wax melt fits into the warmer. Then, place it inside the warmer. Try not to use more than one melt at a time. If you are using smaller melts or wax melt bears, you can use 2–3 bears depending on your desired fragrance intensity. Once you have placed the wax melts in the burner, do not add water or oil to your wax melts.


    3. Turn on Your Warmer

    To begin using your scented wax melts you will first need to turn your wax warmer on. If you have an electric warmer, find a safe space to begin your warming process and plug the electric warmer into any electrical outlet. Do not allow the cord to hang over the edge of a table or counter, and make sure the cord is not in contact with any hot surfaces. Press the “on” switch to activate your warmer, or follow the instructions that came with your warmer. You may also want to watch your warmer carefully, as some wax tends to overflow. Make sure not to move your warmer when it is holding a container of hot wax. Once you have turned your warmer "On" the wax will begin to melt and your room will be filled with fragrance!


    4. Turn the Wax Warmer Off

    Once you are done using your scented wax melts, cubes, or tarts, you will need to make sure your wax warmer is turned off, especially if you don't have a wax warmer with a built-in timer. After you have switched your warmer to its "off" setting, disconnect it from the wall by gripping the plug from its base; never pull the cord to disconnect. Wait for the wax to get cold and solidify before removing the used wax from your warmer.


    5. Removing the reamining wax

    Once the wax has cooled down, scrape of the excess wax or just wipe off the excess wax when the wax is still in the molten form but not very hot. Melted wax does not evaporate; only the scent dissipates, so make sure to remove the used wax from your warmer before adding a new cube.

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