A bright orange-red berry that comes from a shrub that's native to China. Matunda is the Swahili word for "fruits."
While goji berries are not native to Africa, the market for this interesting and foreign fruit has been steadily growing in the southernmost part of the African continent. Their adaptability tends to reduce desertification and their uniformity ensures that all berries are perfect for juicing, teas, and deserts. This fruity candles offers notes of blood orange, goji berries, lemon, satsuma orange, and mango. Wax is hand-poured into a glass cylinder and is topped off with a dust cover.
Fragrance notes: blood orange, goji berries, lemon, satsuma orange, and mango
Please note: All products are natural and made by hand. Variations may appear and are normal
- Natural blend of coconut wax and soy wax
- Wood wick
- Approximately 40 hours of burn time
- Small batch hand-poured in Toronto, ON
- Phthalate-free fragrance oils
- Available in a handmade ceramic vessel only
Candle Care Tips:
- Let all of the wax melt evenly across to reach the edge of the jar—allow the candle to burn for 3-4 hours. This helps to insure that the candle does not “tunnel” by leaving access, unused wax on the sides of the glass. Your candle will last much longer this way.
- Never burn candles on or near anything that might catch fire or leave a burning candle unattended.
- Wood wicks should maintain a wick length of 1/4 of an inch above the wax to aid the candle in catching and maintaining a proper flame. You can maintain the wick by gently breaking off burnt edges with a wick trimmer or a pair of sharp scissors.
- A candle with a flame that is too high will burn too hot and may become dangerous if left unattended.
- Never extinguish a candle with water.
- Move your candle from windows, doors, air conditioners, and fans to prevent the candle from smoking (and to prevent from smoke inhalation)
- Staying away from short burn times will prevent your candle from tunnelling
- Candles should not be burned for more than 4 hours at any given time.