The fragrance exudes a strong and prominent smell associated with bergamot, wild flower and unique to our formula, the aroma of black currant. This initial aroma is the most pronounced as your candle starts to burn, filling up your room with a scent that is then enhanced by light undertones of balsam, cashmere woods and tonka. Incorporated into the formulation for this distinctive fragrance is a delightful trace aftertaste of pine, amber, sandalwood and oakmoss.
Our "Scoopie" Soy Wax Melt Pots are all created using high quality ingredients, to use these fragrance packed pots, just scoop out a spoonful of the wax and place it in your melt burner and enjoy the rich fragrance that is produced. Not only that you will see swirls and whirls within the melted wax. its fascinating to watch the pigments spiralling.
Everything from the pot itself to the biodegradable wooden spoon can be recycled safely.
All our wax melts are Handmade in Lincolnshire using high quality materials. These are loaded with the maximum percent of premium fragrance oil to fill your home with a scent of your choice.
Wax melts are used in an oil burner to release wonderful fragrances to create a fabulous atmosphere in your home, office or shop. Our melts are made using natural soy wax and contain no paraffin wax. These have a fantastic 'scent throw' either 'hot' or 'cold'.
Follow these tips to ensure excellent and safe scent throw.
Place your oil burner in a safe, stable situation, away from drafts and anything flammable and also well out of the reach of children.
Unwrap and place the Wax melt in the top of a dry oil burner - do not add water.
Light a plain unscented tea light candle in the base of the oil burner and allow the wax to melt - when melted the wonderful aroma of the melt will be released into the room.
Don't forget to extinguish the tea light candle when leaving the room - never leave it unattended or within reach of children.
When the wax melt has cooled it will solidify again, you can either re-use the melt or place the oil burner in the fridge or freezer for a few minutes, then place a knife under one of the edges of the wax and you will find the wax usually pops out (use caution not to damage the top of the oil burner). Alternatively just before it completely solidifies but has cooled you can slip the melt out in one swift motion with your fingers usually in one piece.
Running the oil burner under warm tap water will also make the melt soft enough to slip out and this also works well.
Remember, burning wax melts involves a candle flame and hot melted wax; these two things can be very dangerous, so take extreme care and enjoy the wonderful fragrances that are available.