Scents develop in 3 stages, which is why there’s such a combination of ingredients as different aromas will be released at different times.
Making your fragrance last
To maximise your candle’s burn time, always allow it to become molten across the entire surface before extinguishing the flame. This prevents what we call “tunnelling”. After burning, trim your candle’s wick to just below 1cm, and to prevent sooting, don’t allow the excess wick to fall back into the molten wax.
Instead of blowing out your candle, snuff it to prevent the wick from smouldering and leaving a smoky scent.
For a diffuser, make sure you use the correct number of reeds, dependent on your room and fragrance. For a heavily-scented diffuser, or in a small room such as a bathroom, use around 5 sticks. For lighter aromas and bigger rooms use reeds accordingly, add and subtract until you get the right strength.
Warmer rooms will diffuse faster, so if you want to get an instant hit of scent, place your diffuser on top of a covered radiator. Refresh your fragrance quickly by turning over the reeds.
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