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Using your INZHO Candle

You can use your INZHO candle to enhance your ‘me time’. Opening a book, meditating, running a bath, breathing exercises etc are all the perfect excuses to light up your candle and enhance YOU.

Using a candle can actually be quite a tricky subject as there are so many things to consider safety wise as well as ensuring you get the maximum burn time. So we have come up with a list to help you make the most out of every candle. 


  • On the first use, allow the candle to burn until the wax has melted to the sides of the jar to prevent tunneling. 

  • Always trim the wick to 5mm before lightening to avoid smoking and damage to the glass.​

  • Store your candle in a cool, dry place.​

  • Please do not remove the warning sticker that is on the base of the candle.

  • Never move or touch a burning candle when the wax is liquid.

  • Never leave a burning candle unattended.

  • Burn candles out of reach of children and pets.

  • Always leave at least 10 minutes between burning candles.

  • Do not burn a candle near anything that can catch fire.

  • Only burn this candle on a level heat resistant surface.

  • Never burn this candle for more than 3-4 hours.

  • Do not allow the flame to touch the glass.

  • Ensure the wick is upright, above the wax and central before the wax sets.

  • Glass may become hot during use.

  • Once extinguished, allow the candle to cool for 1 hour before relighting.

  • Extinguish a candle if it continues to smoke, flicker, or if the flame becomes too high. Allow it to cool, trim the wick and relight.

  • Extinguish when 10mm of wax remains and do not relight.

Dove candle

We support Zero Waste! Our INZHO jars can be reused in so many ways, what way will you try?

How to clean:

Put the jar in the freezer (no lid) for a couple of hours, scoop out the wax, then wash the container with warm soapy water and leave to dry. You can then reuse the jar in any way you want. 

How you can reuse:

  • Vase for small indoor plants. 

  • Plant pot to grow seedlings. 

  • Cut a hole in the lid and use it as a money box. 

  • Candle holder for tea lights. 

  • Pot for pens or pencils.

  • And many more ....

P.S. Send us a photo of your reused jar, and get a discount off your next order.

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