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Our Wax Melts are available in any of our scents. Just click on the scent in the online store and a drop own menu will give you product options.
Wax tarts are scented wax without a wick and all you do is melt them in a potpourri or tart burner. The tarts get heated and fill the room with aroma. They were originally created because Old English candlemakers were searching for something to do with their left over wax after pouring candles. Due to their "pastry tart-like" shape, they became commonly referred to as "tarts". However, nowadays they come in many different shapes and are also called - wax melts, scent chips, candle melts, candle tarts, or wax potpourri melts.
Wax Tarts heat up quickly, thereby emitting aroma faster than candles.
Wax Tarts do not have an open flame and do not produce any smoke if burned properly
You can control the strength of the aroma in your home depending upon how many melts you place in your burner at one time.
Wax Tarts provide an easy way to have a variety of scents in different rooms of your home.
You can create your own unique fragrances by melting different scented tarts together. Be creative and experiment!
Some believe they have a stronger, longer lasting aroma than candles.
Our Incense Cones are available in any of our scents. Just click on the scent in the online store and a drop own menu will give you product options.
Incense is aromatic biotic material which releases fragrant smoke when burned. The term refers to the material itself, rather than to the aroma that it produces. Incense is used for a variety of purposes, including the ceremonies of all the main religions, to overcome bad smells, repel insects, spirituality, aromatherapy, meditation, and for simple pleasure.
There is a bit of an art to using incense cones. It is not quite as straightforward as lighting the wick of a candle and letting it burn. Unlike cored incense sticks, incense cones bun all the way down. Because of that, it is important to select a safe incense burner or holder which can handle having the embers of the burning incense cone pressed against it.
After lighting the incense cone’s point using a match or lighter, it is important to allow 5 to 20 seconds to pass before snuffing out the flame. The flame must be allowed to catch in order to light the embers in the cone. Once it is blown out, a wafting spiral of smoke emanating from the tip of the incense cone signals the embers have caught and the cone is beginning to burn. The cone should be carefully secured within the burner and if the burner has a lid, should be covered up as necessary. The incense cone should be allowed to burn for as long as you want, usually until its aroma has thoroughly pervaded the room. Always exercise caution and take special care to reduce the risk of fire. Do not burn incense cones near easily combustible items and remove any loose items that could potentially be flammable.
* Incense cones were popularized by the Japanese and were first introduced at the World’s Fair in the late 1800s.