This is one of those fragrances that I just can’t describe. It’s sort of fruity and fresh but aromatic and deep all at the same time. It’s like one of those favourite t-shirts that you can’t remember where you bought it but it’s funky and different and you can wear it when you’re blobbing, when you go to the pub and it just seems to work everywhere and for every occasion. That’s what this smells like. You’re welcome (sorry!!) 🙂
This is my homage to Hygge, which I think is just the most beautiful idea and I’ve had it at home for around six years now. Hygge (pronounced kinda hoo-gar – a bit like fubar…) is a Danish word describing the feeling of comfort and wellbeing that comes from doing simple things such as reading books, lighting candles, baking or spending time at home with friends and family. It’s about true home comforts and that is a beautiful thing.
Our wax melts come tissue wrapped as six individual hearts in a labelled white box (weighing a total of around 40g) and each will last a minimum of two to three tealights of melty goodness.
Always follow safety instructions. They are written in our FAQ’s and on all of our leaflets.
Please dispose of fragranced products carefully. Many are toxic to aquatic life if they get into waterways.
Instructions For Wax Melts.
Pop one of the wax melt cubes out of the shell packaging, or one of our deli-pot melts (broken in half or whole depending on the size of your melter), into the top dish of your warmer. Do not add water or oil. Or bubble bath. Or ketchup. In fact don’t add anything. Just the melt cube. Moving on….
To begin using your fragranced wax melts pop a tealight into your warmer or turn your wax warmer on if it is an electrical one. Always place warmers on a level surface away from drafts, curtains etc and anything flammable (following general candles safety instructions is best!). The wax will now begin to melt and your room will be filled with lovely smells. Turn off your melter or blow out the tealight after around 4 hours (again, like the candle safety instructions).
Melted wax does not evaporate. After a few uses (the number depends on the fragrance you choose and your preference on how strong you like your rooms to be fragranced) the fragrance just dissipates and leaves plain but used wax that needs to be cleaned out. Don’t worry. This is the work of seconds.
Once the wax has cooled, you will either need to scrape the wax out of your melting dish (we use plastic utensils for this to avoid damaging our ceramic melters) or warm it as normal for just a couple of minutes to loosen the base layer a little and gently nudge it to pop the wax out. Do not discard used wax down a drain.