Product Care and Usage

Candle Usage

1. Preparation

  • Prepare the area where you will use the candle 
    • Ensure the area is clear of flammable materials
    • Place the candle on a stable, heat-resistant surface
    • Keep the candle out of reach of children and pets

2. Lighting the Candle

  • Trim the wick to about 1/4 inch before lighting 
  • Light the candle with a long match or lighter 
    • Light the match or lighter
    • Hold the flame to the wick until it catches fire
    • Extinguish the match or turn off the lighter

3. Candle Maintenance

  • Let the candle burn long enough for the entire top layer of wax to liquefy 
  • Do not leave the burning candle unattended 
  • Extinguish the candle if the flame becomes too high or flickers repeatedly
    • Dip the wick into the melted wax using a wick dipper
    • Straighten the wick for the next use

4. After Use

  • Let the candle cool completely before moving it 
  • Store the candle in a cool, dry place away from sunlight 

5. Troubleshooting

  • If the candle is smoking, trim the wick and check for drafts 
  • If the candle is tunneling, let it burn longer during each use  


How to Properly Use Wax Melts


    • Purchase the right wax melt warmer.
      • Ensure it's suitable for the size of the room where it will be used.
      • Check for any safety features.
    • Choose your wax melts.
      • Consider the scent.
      • Consider the wax type.

Using the Wax Melts

    • Clean your wax warmer. 
      • Remove any leftover wax.
      • Wipe down the warmer with a clean cloth.
    • Place the wax melt in the warmer.
      • Make sure not to overfill it.
    • Turn on the wax melt warmer. 
      • Adjust the temperature if possible.
    • Let the wax melt and diffuse the scent.
      • Keep an eye on the wax warmer, don't leave it unattended.

After Use

    • Turn off and unplug the wax melt warmer. 
    • Let the wax cool and harden. 
    • Remove the hardened wax. 
      • A gentle twist of the warmer should pop out the wax.
      • If it doesn't come out easily, you can place the warmer in the freezer for a bit to make removal easier.
    • Clean the wax warmer again. 


    • Regularly clean your wax warmer. 
    • Replace the wax melts as needed. 

Safety Measures

    • Never leave a burning wax warmer unattended. 
    • Keep out of reach of children and pets. 
    • Don't move the warmer when it's still hot. 


Natural Bath Salts Usage

Bath Preparation

  1. Fill the bathtub with warm water 
    • Ensure the water temperature is comfortable, not too hot or too cold.
    • The water level should be enough to submerge at least up to your waist.
  2. Add the bath salts 
    • Use around 1 to 2 scoops of bath salts for a standard-size bathtub.
    • Scatter the salts throughout the tub, not just in one spot.
  3. Stir the water to help dissolve the bath salts 
    • Use your hand or a clean, long-handled spoon to stir.
    • Make sure there are no large clumps of salts left.


  1. Enter the tub carefully 
  2. Soak in the bath for 20-30 minutes 
    • Relax, breathe deeply, and enjoy the therapeutic benefits of the bath salts.
  3. Rinse off with clean water 
    • This will remove any salt residue from your skin.

Post-Bath Care

  1. Pat your skin dry with a clean towel 
  2. Apply a moisturizer if needed 
    • Especially if your skin feels a bit dry after the bath.
  3. Clean the bathtub to remove any salt residue 
    • This will prevent any build-up and maintain the cleanliness of your bathtub.

Additional Tips

  • Use bath salts 2-3 times a week for best results.
  • Experiment with different types of bath salts and scents to find your favorite.
  • Avoid using bath salts if you have open wounds or serious skin conditions, unless advised otherwise by a healthcare professional.



Lip Gloss & Stain Application Guide

Preparing Your Lips

  • Exfoliate your lips 
    • Use a lip scrub or a toothbrush to gently remove dead skin
    • Rinse lips with warm water
  • Moisturize your lips 
    • Apply a lip balm or a hydrating cream
    • Let it absorb for a few minutes

Applying Lip Gloss

  • Choose the lip gloss 
    • Consider the color, finish, and longevity
  • Apply the lip gloss 
    1. Start from the center of your bottom lip
    2. Spread towards the edges
    3. Repeat on the upper lip, ensuring even coverage
  • Blot your lips 
    • Use a tissue to remove excess gloss

Post Application Care

  • Reapply as needed 
  • Remove lip gloss before sleeping 
    • Use a gentle makeup remover or cleansing oil
    • Follow up with a lip moisturizer

When To Replace Your Lip Gloss

Replace your lip gloss every 6-12 months 

How To Use A Lotion Bar

    1. Hold the lotion bar in your hands: The warmth of your hands will slightly melt the bar.
    2. Rub the lotion bar between your hands: This will help to melt it further so you can easily apply it to your skin.
    3. Apply to your skin: Smooth the lotion bar over your skin, just as you would do with regular lotion. Focus on dry areas like elbows, knees, and heels.
    4. Store properly: After use, store your lotion bar in a cool, dry place. You can use a storage tin or a small container to keep it clean and protected.

    **Remember, a little goes a long way with lotion bars! They are highly concentrated, so you don't need to use a lot at once.**