Black Sea Wax Melt Scoopies
Top: Petitgrain, Ozone
Middle: Sea Salt, Plum, Eucalyptus
Base: Powder, Sandalwood, Dark Musk
New and fun Wax Melt Scoopies are wax melt pebbles for your regular wax warmer. They come in a 9oz glass jar with a black twist top lid and wooden scoop.
This allows you to easily customize how much or how little of the wax you want to add to your wax warmer based on your own personal preference of scent strength and room size.
Wax Melt Scoopies- use a little or a lot!
Salty oceanic accords combine with dark musk and sandalwood to fill your space with this balanced, airy scent. Geographically bridging modern-day Europe and Asia, the Black Sea was the end of the known world to ancient civilizations. Today, its shadowy waters are even rumored to hide the lost city of Atlantis. Hints of its mystery and intrigue combine to inspire this scent’s seductive aroma. The Black Sea is an ideal year-round scent. This fragrance is infused with essential oils, including sweet orange, mandarin, cinnamon bark, eucalyptus, clove leaf, clove bud, pine, grapefruit, mentha leaf, cumin, and wheatgerm.
Top Petitgrain, Ozone
Middle Eucalyptus, Plum, Sea Salt
Always read the warning label before use.
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During the initial burn, please leave the candle lit for at least 2-3 hours or until the pool of melted wax reaches the edge of the container. The wider the container is, the longer you need to let your candle burn. If the wax doesn't melt all the way to the edge, the wax will cause tunneling and won't burn properly.
Never leave your candle unattended or near flammable objects such as curtains. Also, keep an eye on your children and pets.
Make sure to trim the wick to about 1/4" before each burn. If the wick does not get trimmed, the flame can get too big, and it can cause soot. We recommend checking your candle regularly and trimming the wick as needed. It is not recommended to burn your candle for more than 4 hours.
For more information about candle burning and fire safety rules visit candles.org