The hand-blown glasses of the Siloli candle showcase shades of beige and brown on which horizontal lines are formed with small organic and random specks. Each glass is unique, as the sandy color dissolves in the material according to the glass blower’s breath.
Cedarwood - Tonka Bean - Green Lemon The dry woody fragrance of cedar and tonka bean takes us to the wide-open spaces of an equatorial climate, with a touch of lime to give this fragrance an unusual fresh-ness. The sophistication of the olfactory materials is in perfect harmony with that of the glass, striking a beautiful balance between decorative and perfumed object.
Always let the candle burn until its surface is totally liquid. This step can be long, especially during the very first burn. Once the wax is totally liquid, you can let the candle burn for a maximum of one hour. The layer of liquid wax should never exceed one centimeter in height. Never exceed the maximum burning time indicated on the instruction label, nor let it burn to the end. Systematically keep a centimeter of wax at the bottom.