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Sussex Sea Level Candle


Bringing a little bit of Sussex to you with fragrances that will envelope your surroundings. Handpoured in Sussex, this Costal Yard candle has a scent that carries its own. A refined woody fragrance with bergamot, olibanum, cypress, mint and basil preceding to a heart of clove and verbena finishing with a complex mix of patchouli, velvet woods, tonka, benzoin, moss, amber and a hint of leather. Undoubtedly this aroma hits all significant spots. This 210g candle will burn for around 50+ hours – suitable for lounge size room.

Sussex Sea Level Candle

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Handmade with 100% natural Rapeseed and Coconut wax, infused with finest fragrances and the candles finished with a paper twined cotton wick. All Costal Yard wax products are cruelty free and vegan friendly, free from parabens, phosphates and any supplementary additives, leaving your candle free to burn cleanly. Candles that are made with natural products may reset a little uneven or with a hole or two. This is totally normal and will not affect the future burns.

~Look after your candle and it will work well in return. All it wants is to have its wick trimmed after each burn, even if it looks like it doesn't need it. This prevents a large flame occurring and possible sooting.

~Ideally burn your candle for a maximum of four hours on any occasion. Again, this helps to with potential tunnelling (very thick wax not being burned to the edge of container) and the heat of the vessel.

~With the intensity of the wax melting, it may cause your wick to move slightly over to one side. Once extinguished, re-center the wick (by using a tooth pick or such like) before the wax solidifies. This will ensure an even burn for next time.

~All our candles are tested to the enth degree but for precautionary measures Coastal Yard advises to NEVER pick up a lit candle in case the jar is too hot. Always extinguish first and leave to cool.

~Place your candle on a heat resistant surface away from children and animals.
2. Trim your wick - trim your wick to approx. 5mm before each burn. This will promote an even burn and steady flame, helping you to get the most out of your candle. No need to invest in expensive wick trimmers though - nail clippers work just as well for trimming wooden wicks!

3. Keep out of draughts - always burn your candles out of the way of draughts, which can decrease burn time, cause uneven burning and reduced scent throw.

Top: Bergamot, Olibanum
Middle: Clove, Verbena
Bottom: Patchouli, Tonka, Amber

Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects. Keep out of reach of children. Dispose of contents/container to approved disposal site in accordance with local regulations. Contains 1-(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8-Octahydro-2,3,8,8-tetramethyl-2-naphthalenyl)ethanone, 4-tert-Butylcyclohexyl acetate, Acetyl cedrene, Coumarin, Linalool, alphaiso-Methylionone, d-Limonene. May produce an allergic reaction.

Costal Yard

Coastal Yard is somewhat unique, offering finely printed Coastal Photography and a range of hand poured apothecary Candles, Botanical Wax Melts and all of course using the finest of ingredients.

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