Tin container Arcane candle

Candles by Lavation Soaps - Secrets and Sorrows

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Moody Scents of Secrets and Sorrows

Arcane : Palo Santo, orange 

ARCANE adj. known or understood by very few; mysterious; secret; obscure; esoteric.

Cryptic : Violet, vetiver 

CRYPTIC adj. mysterious in meaning; puzzling; ambiguous.

Ringlorn : Rose petals, frankincense, sandalwood

RINGLORN adj. the wish that the modern world felt as epic as the one depicted in old stories and folktales—a place of tragedy and transcendence, of oaths and omens and fates, where everyday life felt like a quest for glory, a mythic bond with an ancient past, or a battle for survival against a clear enemy, rather than an open-ended parlor game where all the rules are made up and the points don’t matter. - from the dictionary of obscure sorrows

Wildred : Birchwood, crisp peppermint, eucalyptus

WILDRED adj. feeling the haunting solitude of extremely remote places—a clearing in the forest, a windswept field of snow, a rest area in the middle of nowhere—which makes you feel like you’ve just intruded on a conversation that had nothing to do with you, where even the gravel beneath your feet and the trees overhead are holding themselves back to a pointed, inhospitable silence.- from the dictionary of obscure sorrows.

Directions and Notes for Burning Lavation Soaps Candles

These 6 oz candles have a burn time of 20+ hours and are made with the highest quality of fragrance oils & American grown soy wax

Ingredients: soy wax, high-quality fragrance, cotton wick, metal tin

Always trim the wick to 1/4” before burning, only burn on heat safe surface away from animals, children, and flammable items like curtains. For best results of the life of your candle, on the 1st burn, burn for 3-4 hours until full melt pour is reached. Later burns are recommended to reach full melt pool as well.

End of Use Notes: After reaching 1/4” wax left, allow wax to cool and remove. Remember your tin has another life or two ahead of it! Use oil or Goo-Gone to remove labels and wipe the entire container with rubbing alcohol until remnants of labels and wax are gone. Use the tin to store small items and treasures (no food or liquid!), or simply recycle.

About Lavation Soaps

Aubrianne is a creative person from Pittsburgh PA. She started making soaps and skincare in 2007, and it’s been a passion ever since. Other passions include books (binding and reading), paper (using and recycling/making), baking and cooking, games (physical and virtual), and endlessly organizing everything needed for these passions.