Diffuser oil is alcohol-free however it should not be put on varnished surfaces without some protection underneath. Take care when using refills not to spill on any surfaces that might get damaged.
Car/small room/caravan diffusers ideally should be hung on a rear vision mirror, toilet roll holder etc
The 30 ml size refills the car diffuser 3 times so is really good value for money while the 100ml is perfect for refreshing old diffuser bottles, thereby helping recycle existing diffuser bottles. Fresh reeds can be purchased in a choice of natural or black.
Congratulations on purchasing your new soy candle! Here are some tips to get the most out of your candle.
First burns are very important! Make sure when you light your candle for the first time that you burn until the wax is completely melted on top, called the melt pool. Soy has a memory. It is very clever! It will burn to where you blew it out last so blow it out too soon and it will burn down the middle.
Get the melt pool going which also is when the fragrance is released, and then the next time you light your candle it will burn clean down the sides of the container and you will get the maximum burn time! Trim your wick to about ¼ “ when needed.
Don’t leave exposed to the sun. It will discolour the natural products on the fragrances as there are no chemical stabilisers.
100% soy may get frosting or cracks. This is normal and doesn’t alter the burning of them or the fragrances.
Don’t burn for more than 4 hours to avoid overheating the glass. Always leave 1.2cm of wax in the bottom. Never burn down to the glass and never leave candles unattended! Most importantly …ENJOY!!
Fragrances are the most complex ingredients in the candle or body product and L’aroma has sourced worldwide to bring you the safest and highest quality. They are phthalate free.
Fragrances are composed of natural, naturally-derived, and synthetic ingredients. Natural ingredients may darken over time causing some fragrances to change colour.
All fragrance materials have been studied by RIFM (Research Institute for Fragrance Materials) for safety, and IFRA (International Fragrance Association) has set forth a code of practices for use of the materials. This ensures that fragrances are safe for consumers