Soy Candle – Empower – Dragons Blood – 12 oz – cotton wick.
Empower: to promote the self-actualization or influence of
Dragon’s Blood is a bright red resin harvested from a variety of different plants commonly referred to as “dragon trees,” and has been used for centuries in all kinds of applications like medicine, incense, and dye. Our Dragon’s Blood fragrance is a potent, heady blend of sweet, spicy, and earthy notes that’s infused with cedarwood, orange, clove, and patchouli essential oils. While Dragon’s Blood incense has seen a resurgence in popularity, it has also become highly requested as a fragrance for candles.
This fragrance oil is infused with natural essential oils including cedarwood, patchouli, clove, and orange.
Blend of: Orange, Orange Blossom, Cedar, Patchouli, Clove, Incense, Tonka Bean
A soy candle is a good choice to brighten up your space without the health hazard of other options. Some candles contain carcinogens, but soy was is natural and burns clean.
+ During the first burn, make sure to allow the candle to melt to the edges of the candle. Failure to do so can result in tunneling, poor scent throw, and poor burn times.
+ Make sure your wick is 1/4″ inches long prior to each burn.
+ Only burn for 3-4 hours at a time.
+ Do not leave candle unattended while burning.
+ Keep away from drafts and flammable items.
+ Discontinue use when only 1/4″ of wax remains.
In nature, the Mood Indigo lily is a beautiful deep purple (our son’s favorite color). The Indigo Lily candle collection offers pure white candles in the same scents, names, and high fragrance ratio of the Ten Stones line, without the color or included stone.
After losing our son, WV3 Designs (his initials), began as a way to share his love of natural stones. Candles were his favorite gift to give. Wanting a way to share that too, the WV3 Designs candle collections were born. Ten Stones is named after the 10 stones he always kept with him. Indigo Lily is named for his beloved dog, Indigo, & the name he often talked of naming his first daughter, Lily.
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