- Handmade, hand-poured Soy candle
- Fragrance - Gardenia, White Flowers
- Sophisticated white florals at their finest. From the ground she rises searching for the sun, drinking in the sweet rain. She finds her place and extends to the sky birthing her flower. Gardenia blooms out of her filling the air with white flowers, bergamot, tuberose & orange blossom.
SOH MELBOURNE is a fragrance house producing bespoke candles and perfumes created and poured in Melbourne. Founded in 2013 by the husband and wife team, Nathan and Kristine Brown. Kristine is the power behind SOH together with esteemed perfumer Francois Merle-Baudoin.
SOH creates products to express the purity, freshness, simplicity and ethics SOH Melbourne associate with their country Australia
- Approximately 70+ hours burn time
- Australian soy, beeswax & candle grade paraffin wax
- Fragrances are designed to be a natural reflection of the ingredients and are highly concentrated
The first burn should take approximately 4 hours for the wax to melt its way to the sides of the glass. At this point blow out your candle and completely let it reset before burning again.
Why is this so important? Soy wax has a burn memory. Each time you burn your candle, burn to the very edge of the glass so that your candle doesn’t tunnel. This will give your candle a wonderfully long life.
Each time you relight your candle trim off the mushroom and make sure your wick is around 1 cm high. This keeps the integrity of the wick in place. A perfect burning candle is all dependent on where the wick sits. It must always be in the centre. If your wick is too long it can favour one side and will burn unevenly. If you notice that your wick has moved gently reposition your wick back into the centre whilst the wax is still molten.
It is important to never leave a burning candle unattended. Do not burn your candle all the way down, always leave a minimum of 1.5 cm or 1 inch of wax at the bottom of the glass to risk the vessel overheating when empty. This is an extremely important part of burning a candle. You should not be able to see the base of the wick if you do blow out your candle immediately.
Smoke around the top of the glass is not uncommon. There is always going to be a little soot left on your glass especially if your candle is burning for a long time. Use a damp cloth or a baby wipe to clean the glass leaving it crystal clear. The smoke is due to the flame and the fragrance oil burning. You will notice a lot more smoke towards the end of your candles life due to the fragrance oil setting at the bottom of the glass during curing time.
Recycle your glass after use.