Does the size of the room affect the concentration of aromatherapy candles?
Do not light both regular and scented candles, as the former will absorb the latter.
Use only one or two scents. The variety of scents available numbs our sense of smell.
Choose a candle with a larger candle surface as much as possible because when the candle burns, the more the candle tears accumulate in the candle area, and the more intense the fragrance will be.
You can always trim the wick. The wick will affect the scent. Trim the wick to 0.5m0.8cm long when burning (please turn off the flame first).
Keep the fridge refrigerated for a few hours before use to slow down the burning of candles.
When a fragrant candle burns, please avoid putting it in the wind to prevent the flickering and tilting of the candle flame, which may lead to wax dripping or an unaesthetic phenomenon. It is recommended to keep indoor air circulation when burning candles.
If the candle drops on the furniture, please wait for it to solidify before peeling. The remaining wax can be dissolved using a hair dryer or an iron and then cleaned and swabbed.
Please do not blow out the candle with your mouth to avoid white smoke and burning. It would be best to use toothpicks or thin, short iron wire and other materials to place the candle under the wick, push it down, let the wax liquid extinguish the flame, and cool it vertically.
Avoid placing candles in direct sunlight to prevent them from fading due to prolonged exposure to sunlight. Keep candles in a cool shade when hot to avoid softening.
Please keep the candle out of reach of children to prevent accidental ingestion. Do not let young children light candles or touch burning candles! Please remember to put out the candle when you leave the room to keep the house.