Aery believes in the wellbeing of the mind, body and soul. Aery's priorities lie in creating products that are earth friendly, using natural ingredients in their expertly blended essential oil candles.
Treat yourself to an effortlessly luxurious essential oil candle from the Fernweh collection. Inspired by the feeling of wanderlust, this collection features expertly blended scents that will transport you to new and exotic places.
Indian Sandalwood has full notes of thick Sandalwood balanced with peppery tobacco combined with the warmth of Tonka bean. Enhance your living space with its silky smooth fragrance. Indian Sandalwood is definitely more of a seductive scent.
Packed with warm and inviting fragrance. Cedar essential oil promotes better sleep meaning this candle is meant for master bedrooms.
For the more design-conscious the candle comes in a matte clay pot with matching lid that can be repurposed as a planter or desk organiser.
Made using all natural essential oils and fragrances.
Fragrance Strength - Strong
Top notes - Raspberry and Pink Pepper
Middle notes - Sandalwood and Spices
Base notes- Tobacco, Cedar and Eucalyptus
• 280g (100% plant-based wax)
• 50 hour burn time
• Made in England
• Fully recyclable packaging
• Vegan and cruelty-free
The temptation is to light your candle as soon as you get it. But make sure it’s warmed up a little beforehand. If the wax is too cold this can affect the burn and the wax can tunnel.
Ensure your first burn is two hours long and try to resist the urge to burn for more than four hours. You should make sure the melt pool of the wax has reached the edge.
As general housekeeping, you should only trim the wick to make sure there’s an even burn and you’re not left with an unruly flame! We suggest only trimming to 15mm should you experience clumping on the wick.
Try to avoid short burns as this can add to the tunnelling affect.
Make sure there is no debris sitting on the wax as this can affect the flame and potentially cause smoke.
Keep out of direct sunlight, this could cause discolouring and potentially affect the wax as it’s likely to melt in the heat.
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