Yes! Trim wick 1/4" before first burn and in between burn times. Not trimming the wick before each burn time may cause the candle jar to soot.
8oz candles burn for 45 to 55 hours.
12oz candles burn for 75 to 85 hours.
Avoid burning the candle more than 3 - 4 hours at a time. Burning the candle longer than recommended may cause the candle jar to get hot and may also cause the candle jar to soot.
No. None of the candles contain additives or dyes.
There will be no refunds. If your candle is damaged upon receiving it in the mail, please contact customer service for an exchange.
If the candle jar does soot it can be wiped clean with a soft damp cloth when the flame is extinguished and wax is at room temperature..
The first time a candle burns it creates or sets a memory. This will set the pattern for how the candle will burn. If it's not burned properly and not allowed to burn around the edges the first time (2 - 3 hours), it will start to "tunnel".
Yes! Always place the candle on a heat resistant surface. We recommend leaving 1/4" to 1/2" of wax in the bottom of the jar.
After gently extinguishing the candle flame, immediately cover the candle with the lid.
The Strongest Of The Senses.
When you smell a fragrance that is unique and wonderful it instantly triggers a memory. That memory could be from your childhood, a place you visited, or a happy time you experienced. This occurs because your sense of smell is a lot stronger than most people realize. In fact, your sense of smell is the strongest of all the five human senses.
Candle making is not only an art, it is a science. It is a chemistry experiment which takes a long time to perfect. There are so many variables which need to be considered when making candles. Finding the perfect wax, the perfect fragrance, the right temperature to melt and pour the wax and so much more, are all very critical in the creation of perfect candles anyone will love.
My name is Rebecca Naquin, and I am the creator of Belle Chic Candles. I am from New Orleans, so I wanted to express my love of the city through the fleur-de-lis logo on the candles and the Louisiana French names on the fragrances. I have always loved candles, and collecting and trying new candles became a hobby of mine. Over the years, I’ve tried many different fragrances from different candle companies. It occurred to me, since I love candles so much, I should try to make my own. At first, I did it as a hobby, but then I decided I wanted others to have an opportunity to experience the candles I’ve created and love so much.