Dia de los Muertos

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Dia de los Muertos

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Dia De Los Muertos, or, Day of the Dead is a traditional Mexican holiday celebrated throughout the country. It’s where family, loved ones and ancestors are remembered and honored over several days starting on Oct 31 and ends on Nov 2. Altars are decorated, offerings are made, candle vigils are held at cemeteries, place settings are set at the dinner table and families gather to celebrate. The most recognized symbol for this holiday is the sugar skull. These are confectionery treats made of sugar in shape of skulls that are decorated with colorful flowers and other accents.

This limited scent is inspired by this beautiful holiday.

Notes of traditional hot spiced cider are blended with crimson pomegranate and seasonal spices of cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves. A fragrant aroma perfect for the season and to add to your altar to honor your ancestors.

PHTHALATE FREE

*Any slight discoloration in the wax is due to the essential oils in the fragrance

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*To ensure our customers get the best quality product, all our candles and wax melts are made to order and hand-poured in small batches. We use a natural soy wax blend, high quality fragrance oils and are all 100% cruelty free. 

Wick Care:

  • Always trim your wicks to 1/8” or 1/4” before every burn.

  • Allow a full melt pool to develop at the top of the candle before blowing out. Otherwise it causes a tunneling effect which could, eventually, drown out your wick due to un-melted wax built up on the sides.

  • Keep soy candles out of direct sunlight.

  • Never leave your candle burning for than 4 hours! This will overheat the glass which can compromise the jar, causing it to crack.

  • When there is less than 1/2” left of wax, dispose of the candle properly.

  • Never leave your candles unattended!