Rooted in tradition. Crafted with purity. Each Woodlot candle is meticulously crated with pure, natural ingredients. Made from a base of renewable coconut wax, GMO free soy wax, a lead free cotton core wick and pure essential oils. Candles are hand poured into a recyclable glass jar.
How to care for your Woodlot Natural Candle
Step 1: Let go and slow down. The string tied around your gorgeous candle box forces you to take a moment for yourself as you slowly unwind the string.
Step 2: For your candles first lighting - burn it for 2 to 4 hours to form a full melt pool. The first burn sets the tone for the rest of the candle. This helps prevent tunneling or candle waste.
Step 3: Trim the wick to 1/4 inch for each subsequent burn. Burn your candle for no longer than 4 hours at a time.
It's time for a new candle when 1/4 inch of wax remains.
Ingredients |organic coconut wax, non-gmo soy wax, vetiver essential oil, cedar, essential oil, orange essential oil, cinnamon essential oil.
Are Woodlot soy candles soot free? Almost! Woodlot candles burn clean but anytime you have a flame you have soot. Soot is what makes the flame yellow.
Why do you use coconut wax? Woodlot uses coconut wax because it is a safe renewable resource. However, it is too soft to use on its own so they blend it with non GMO soy wax as well.
Where are Woodlot natural candles made? Woodlot is a Canadian brand and all products are made in Vancouver..
How fragrant are Woodlot candles? Woodlot candles are scented with pure essential oils which are lighter in scent distribution in comparison with fragrance oils. Customers love the inviting, but not overpowering, nature of these scents.
Does this product contain parabens? No it does not. It is made with nourishing natural and organic ingredients. It is free of harsh chemicals, parabens and pore clogging ingredients.
Are Woodlot candle scents gender neutral? Yes, Woodlot candles are designed to be enjoyed by all.
Are Woodlot candle jars reusable? Yes, the label free jars are designed to be reused. Customers have used them as drinking glasses, planters or flower vases.