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1/ Light your scented candle for at least 20 minutes so that its fragrance can be released. For the diffusion of the perfume we recommend not to go beyond 3 hours, because the perfume risks to saturate the air, and thus the scent will not have any more effect.

2/ It is necessary to take care of the wick by regularly cutting it to about 0.5cm so that the candle does not blacken. Indeed our candles are made of cotton wick (which is the best natural material for wicks), so if they are not cut regularly they risk turning black. We suggest you use a wick cutter to do this easily when the candle is cold

3/ It is best to extinguish your candle without blowing out the flame as this can create soot that stains the edges of the candle black. We recommend using your Rose et Marius snuffer.

4/ Once you have finished using the candle, keep it away from dust, to prevent the candle, which is a greasy substance, from absorbing them.

Be careful never to leave your lit candle unattended!


Contrary to what one might think, blackness on the walls is not synonymous with poor quality. In fact, the first cause of blackening is due to the cotton wick not being cut.

We use cotton wicks rather than synthetic ones because we always choose quality, health and ecology. The solution is to regularly cut the wick of your candle when it is cold to about 0.5cm from the surface of the wax.

If the wick is too long, the flame will be too high, the candle will burn unevenly, and carbon will be deposited at the end of the wick, resulting in black smoke. We also recommend that you extinguish with a tissue, rather than blowing out, to avoid soot build-up.

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Why cut the wick?

It is recommended to cut the cotton wick so that it does not exceed 0.5cm. This will ensure optimal combustion and the edges of your kettle will not be blackened.