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Tasmanian Sea Breeze Travel Soy Candle 130gr

$35.00

Our sea breeze is a complex symphony of beautiful aromas, transporting your senses to refreshing mountainous streams of water. It starts with a fresh blast of yuzu, lemon & lime. Followed by marine accords of sea spray with jasmine & muguet. Supported by a solid base of patchouli, vetiver & cedarwood. This is a masterful composition that can be best described as transcendent.

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Our sea breeze is a complex symphony of beautiful aromas, transporting your senses to refreshing mountainous streams of water. It starts with a fresh blast of yuzu, lemon & lime. Followed by marine accords of sea spray with jasmine & muguet. Supported by a solid base of patchouli, vetiver & cedarwood. This is a masterful composition that can be best described as transcendent.

FRAGRANCE CLASSIFICATION: Marine/ Citrus

Notes:

TOP - Yuzu, Orange, Lime, Lemon, Nectarine, Blackcurrant

MIDDLE - Petitgrain, Sea Spray, Muguet, Jasmine

BASE - Musk, Patchouli, Cedarwood, Amber, Vetiver

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When burning ensure that you melt the wax to the edge of the tin, including relighting. This will take up to 2 hours.
Blow out flame gently, allow the wax to reset before relighting. Each subsequent burn should not be any more than 2 hours. Each time you relight your candle, trim off the tip to no less than 1cm in height. If the wick is too short it will affect the integrity of your candle. A perfect burning candle should have the wick in its original position. Avoid getting wax on the tip of the wick. Small bubbles may occur or slight discolouration due to the generous percentage of fragrance oil used. The candle's aroma & lifespan will not be affected.

Always burn within sight, on a heat resistant, stable, flat surface.
Do not burn right down to the base.
Keep away from children & pets.
Keep clear of items that catch fire.
Store below 30 C.

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