Souffle de Belharra

18,0042,00 TTC

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The lapping intensifies and feels the effervescence increase in power. From the deepest depths of the sea she prepares herself to make her dangerous appearance.

In a refreshingly invigorating lemony freshness, Belharra the giant is here. She breaks down in an aromatic tear, with lavender and camphor spray. Her crest with green eucalyptus reflections engulfs the ocean in its vastness. A fantastic fern accord then breaks out in the peaceful bay and lets us assume that it will never stop.

However, the coast is not that far away anymore and the unleashing will have to come to an end. A powdered foam washes up, leaving a bewitching vaporous foam as the only trace of its existence.


To take full advantage of your candle, let us guide you through some direction for use to extend its life.

The first time you use your candle, let it burn for at least 4 hours, i.e. until the entire surface has become liquid. This will prevent the formation of a pit and ensure that the candle burns well for the next time it is used. However, we advise you to never let your candle burn continuously for more than 4 hours.

Before each use, make sure that the wick is no higher than 5 mm. Remember to cut the wick regularly to avoid too large flame and therefore the formation of smoke.

At the end of each use and before the wax cools down, reposition the wick vertically in the middle of the pot without burning yourself. If a ball of charcoal forms at the end of the wick, we recommend you to remove it with a handkerchief once the wax has cooled down or cut it off without leaving it in the wax.

During the burning process, be careful not to place the candle in a draught, as this can cause the wick to move and the candle to burn unevenly afterwards.

Once your candle has been used up, let it cool down before you consider using the container again. Remove the solid waxy residue. You may want to consider keeping the label, taking care not to get it too wet. These glass jars can be used as candle holders, table glasses, small vases, decorative jars and for any other use you can think of!


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