muth4fuck!n queen ~ smells like: fierce as femme [and spiced ginger | tobacco]
Who rules the world? That's right! Now walk like you own the muth4fuk!n place. Because you do.
spiced ginger | tobacco
- Weight: 110 grams
- Burn time: 20 - 25 hours
- Plant-based, natural, sustainably sourced soy wax
- Custom blended, skin-safe, phthalate and paraben free fragrance
- No UV inhibitors, binders, colours or other ick
- Sustainable crackling wood wick
- Recyclable, reusable jar
- Hand-poured on Bowen Island, BC, Canada by one of the most amazing people you'll ever meet. Srsly.
Candle Best Use & Safety
To ensure an even burn, light the wick across the candle and allow to burn until the wax melts out to the edges of the container. This may take anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour. This will create an even “melt pool” which will optimize each subsequent burn.
Never burn a candle for more than 4 hours at a time and clip your wick using wick trimmers, nail trimmers or similar after each use to 1/4" for optimal burn and to reduce soot.
Keep candle away from drafts, children and pets and ensure it is placed on a heat safe surface to burn.
Never leave a burning candle unattended, eat well and srsly exercise yo' sassy self.
Once your candle has burned to 1/2" from the bottom of the jar, you can melt the remaining soy wax in very hot water and wipe the jar clean and either recycle or reuse.
We use eco-soy in our candles because it provides a clean, long-lasting burn that’s better for you and better for the environment. The company we get our soy from uses sustainable practises and their soy is GMO free.
Why wood wicks?
Aside from being super cool with their crackling flame, our wood wicks are sustainably sourced from Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)-certified mills. They're better for the environment than cotton wicks because you get many more wicks from a tree than you do a cotton plant and you're also you're helping us replenish the trees we use in our products and packaging because your purchases go towards our work with global reforestation non-profit organisation, One Tree Planted. Pretty cool, eh?