Lisoire scented candles are handmade with integrity, there are no hidden nasty additives, therefore will burn naturally and a little differently to most other candles.

Free of synthetics, petroleum, paraffin, palm oil and other petrochemical by-products, Lisoire soy wax candles are natural and authentic. Made with the best responsibly sourced non-GMO soy candle wax, each scent is created using raw materials that are biodegradable and environmentally friendly. Only the best candle wicks (100% woven cotton) are used and the purest natural botanical essences.

Each time you light a Lisoire candle you can be assured of it’s purity and cleanliness.  

Depending on the blend of natural essences each candle behaves a little differently. Not all will create a perfect melt pool within the first burn (between 2 - 3 hours) and burn all the way to the glass at first, and this is perfectly okay. It is a clear sign of their purity and naturalness. In this case the wax will eventually melt away from the glass during subsequent burns. This also extends the longevity of your candle which is a wonderful thing.
Just be sure to trim the wick of your candle between each burn and care for your candle, as one should, by first burning your candle for 2-3 hours and then no more than 2 hours at a time during subsequent burns for the first third, and no more than 1 hour at a time for the remaining two thirds of your candle. If any black sooting occurs against the glass this indicates you are burning your candle too long (you will also find if you burn your candle longer than recommended, the scent will decrease). If sooting occurs, allow your candle to cool and solidify, then simply wipe the black sooting away from the glass with any environmentally friendly household cleaner and cloth.
Each beautiful candle is made with the intention of love and to offer calm, deep serenity and reverence. I hope you find beauty in the light and olfactory, spiritual journey that your Lisoire candle will bring to your world.
Lisoire x
Be the Light!
Lisa Lisoire in the night garden

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