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  • Is the packaging recycled and recyclable?
    Yes!! Firstly, our candles are wrapped in recycled paper and cocooned in hand-stamped cotton pouches that are so lovely, you won’t be able to resist repurposing them as a potpourri sack or cotton bud holder. Secondly, to protect your candle while it’s on their way to you, we cushion our recycled delivery boxes with biodegradable void fillers that can leave your children occupied for days Finally, all our stickers are made from recycled paper, this also includes labels & leaflets. Even our packaging tape is recyclable, eco friendly and water activated! In summary, there is nothing we didn’t think about in our quest to make our products as environmentally friendly as possible. From labels to tapes, from stickers to leaflets, all our printed materials are fully recyclable.
  • How should I look after my candle?
    The best care for you candle is toi follow the steps below: Burn for a minimum of 2 hours or until the melt pool has reached the edge of the jar. This is particularly important on the first burn to prevent tunneling. Since our candles contain no chemical scent boosters, we recommend burning them in smaller, enclosed spaces to receive their maximal aromatherapy benefits. Keep the candle wick short by trimming it before each use to 1cm. The wick should always look short and upright for a clean burn. Do not relight the candle when wax level is less than 1cm. When wax reaches the level of less than 1cm, wash the candle jar with warm water and soap and store your makeup brush, paintbrush or kitchen utensil in it. Or use it as a plant pot for your kitchen herbs.
  • What is the container made of?
    The pride and joy of our collection, a hand-made ceramic container. Our containers are made by our own hands, from scratch. The process of making a Nakendle starts with clay, or as others would call it - mud literally dug out from the ground. It doesn't get any more natural and organic than this, does it? Once shaped into cylinders, the clay is left to dry for a few days, after which is fired for the first time. The containers are then internally glazed using our own glaze recipe and fired again. The ceramic containers can and should be up-cycled. They look amazing as pen pots, cotton-buds storage, herb planters or toothbrushes holders, as well as many other uses around the home or garden.
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