LSB has some newish additions... candles! Hand poured, double wick, vegan wax blend. 10 oz = 45-50 hours of burn time. Clean and fragrant. Perfect for setting the mood of your cleansed and protected space!
Named after the world famous New Orleans Voodoo queen, Marie Laveau. She was a free woman of color who shaped the world around her and left a permanent mark on the world. For that, I admire her and offer this creation to you. This enchanting blend pays respect to her famous love potions and use of botanical blends to bend the very fabric of reality. Sensual notes of delicate rose, sweet vanilla, and sugar crystals are punctuated by bold bourbon and spicy nicotiana. So sexy and super complex. Empowered, enchanting, and enigmatic.
Classic carnation blended with warm, powdery sandalwood and musk. Reminiscent of incense in a temple. Calming and gentle. Comforting and complex.
This product is a double nod to Chiron, the astrological wounded healer as well as the beloved Moonlight character (Chiron) affectionately called Black. Blackberry and sage mixed with enticing musk and tea notes. A soothing but bright scent. Not overly sweet. Just right.
Tips for getting the most of your candle...
*Burn your new candle at least 2 hours the first time you light it. (After trimming the wick to 1/4 of an inch.) This will allow the entire top layer of wax to liquify and promote a clean burn that doesn't waste wax. This prevents tunneling of your candle.
*Do not leave a burning candle unsupervised or surrounded by flammable objects. I also keep my candles away from the wall. Do not burn over four hours at a time. Safety first!
*Before relighting your candle trim.the.wick. (Every time.) I cannot overstate the importance of this! The correct length is 1/4-1/8 of an inch. The last photo shows a wick trimmer I purchased on Amazon. Seriously such a crucial item for preventing soot and prolonging candle life. You can also use scissors or a nail clipper so don't let lack of a wick trimmer stop you.
*If your wick drifts during burning, use a candle dipper tool to gently shift it back into a straight position after extinguishing the flame.