Te Kakara o Tangaroa

Te Kakara o Tangaroa

Experience the refreshing essence of the Ocean with our "Te Kakara o Tangaroa”, Oxy Fresh Candle housed in a sea foam green frosted glass adorned with a Māori design.

This candle brings a coastal ambiance to any space, filling it with the invigorating notes of Citrus, Bergamot, and Mint Leaf combined with mild Sea Salt and Jasmine and aligned with seductive base notes to give this fragrance perfect for summer relaxation and rejuvenation.

Top Notes: Citrus, Bergamot, Mint Leaf
Middle: Sea Salt, Jasmine
Base: Sandalwood, Musk

Vessel: 300ml
Candle: approx 250ml
Adornment: Paua shell pieces

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  1. Never leave a burning candle unattended. Always extinguish the flame before leaving the room or going to sleep.

  2. Keep candles away from flammable materials, such as curtains, paper, or clothing, and ensure there are no drafts that could cause the flame to flicker excessively.

  3. Place candles on a stable, heat-resistant surface, preferably in a candle holder designed for the purpose.

  4. Trim the wick to about 1/4 inch (6 mm) before lighting to prevent excessive soot and a large flame.

  5. Always light candles with a long-reach lighter or a candle snuffer. Avoid using matches, as they can result in burns.

  6. Keep candles out of the reach of children and pets to prevent accidental burns or fire hazards.

  7. Do not burn candles near sources of heat, such as stoves, radiators, or heaters.

  8. Burn candles in a well-ventilated area to reduce indoor air pollution.

  9. Allow the wax to cool and solidify before moving or touching a candle after it has been extinguished.

  10. Dispose of candle remnants properly, ensuring they are fully extinguished and cooled before discarding.

Following these safety guidelines will help you enjoy your candles while minimizing the risk of accidents and fire hazards.

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