Wax Melts and Warmer Care

Wax Melts

Instructions: Remove all packaging and place the wax melt in your warmer. We recommend placing 2 pieces into your warmer. However, you can control the intensity of the fragrance by using less or more in your warmer.

How to Store: It is best to store your wax melts in a cool, dark place. Wax melts should never be exposed to direct sunlight for long periods of time. If they do, it might affect the fragrance or scent that binds to the wax, which affects both how strong the smell is and how long the scent lasts each time you burn the melts.

When to Change: Unlike candles, the wax from wax melts do not evaporate. The scent from wax melts will start to fade away but there will still be wax in the warmer. You can re-use your soy wax melts until no fragrance is released. Once you no longer smell the scent of the wax, it's time to replace with a fresh melt.

Warning: Use only in tea-light warmers or UL listed electric warmers approved for wax melts. Do NOT add water. Do NOT melt on stovetop or in non-approved appliances. Only burn the melt on a level, fire resistant surface.

Cleaning: Check out our blog:

How to Remove Wax from your Wax Warmer

Wax Melt Warmer

If you've purchased a wax melt warmer from our site, please read the instructions that are provided with your warmer.

  • To reduce risk of injury, keep out of reach of children and pets.
  • Do not leave unattended.
  • Place unit on level and heat resistant surface away from any other heat.
  • Do not overfill the the bowl; you can top up once the wax has melted.
  • The warmer may become hot; do not touch while in use as heated wax can burn. Allow to cool when finished using.
  • Do not use metal objects to clean out wax; this may crack and damage the burner.

You can read more about the variations of wax melts warmers here.