faq

Frequently asked questions

WHAT ARE YOU CANDLES MADE FROM?


IP Candles are made from all natural soy wax, cotton wicks, and a blend of essential oils and only the cleanest and safest scented oils. Using only these simple materials, with no additives or dyes, makes our candles clean burning and long lasting.




HOW LONG DO YOUR CANDLES LAST?


Our 8oz Mason Jar candles burn for approximately 45-55 hours, and our 6oz Travel Tins burn for approximately 30-35 hours. To get the longest burn time from your candle, allow the wax to melt across to all edges of the container before extinguishing. This will help avoid “tunneling”, which can prevent some of the wax from being used. Keeping the wick trimmed will also ensure a longer burn time.




CAN I REUSE MY MASON JAR?


Yes! We encourage you to reuse your jar! Cleaning them is simple: Place the jar in the freezer overnight, and in the morning you can break the leftover wax in half and dump it in the trash. Wash it with warm soapy water and voila, a neat storage container.




DO YOU OFFER SPECIAL PRICING FOR LARGE ORDERS SUCH AS CLIENT GIFTS, WEDDINGS, SHOWERS, FUNDRAISERS, AND OTHER GATHERINGS?


Yes! Yes, we can provide candles for parties, weddings, special events, or as gifts to clients. Contact us at jessica@ipcandles.com for more information.




HOW LONG DO THE CANDLES LAST?


Our 8 oz. candles burn for roughly 45-55 hours, depending on scent. Our 16 oz. candles burns for 90-100 hours. Without harsh chemicals, a candle burns lower and slower. The best part no black soot on the jar or your walls. I can't wait for us to be friends. Shoot me an email for more information.




WHERE CAN I FIND YOUR CANDLES?


Our candles can be found in several retail locations. Click here for more information.




WHAT KINDS OF SAFE BURNING AND GENERAL CARE TIPS DO YOU HAVE?


- Always keep your wicks trimmed to a quarter inch (1/4 inch). You can do this by using scissors or a wick trimmer. - Always place trimmings in the trash, not back into your candle. This keeps things clean! - Try to allow your candle to burn until you have a full layer of liquid wax at the top. Doing this will ensure an even burn! - It's best to snuff your candle out, do not blow it out. You can do this by using the jar lid if you do not have a candle snuffer.