We have carefully curated a selection of scents that speaks to our identity at The Lemonade Stand.
We use 100% All Natural Soy Wax and hand pour each candle in small batches to ensure quality standards. Our candles are 100% renewable and sustainable, gluten free and vegan friendly. We use lead free cotton wicks and very high quality fragrances. Approximately 100 hour burn time.
The smell of sweet oranges and soothing herbs.
Fresh Cut Herbs
A refreshing blend of rosemary, fresh garden herbs and zesty mint.
Brock St. Bakery
The sweet smell of lemon cookies baking in the oven.
Fresh Baked Bread
Smells just like fresh baked bread coming out of the oven.
The smell of coconut with a light toasted undertone. Has a bit of sweetness.
Lavender and Vanilla
The enchanting smell of lavender with notes of vanilla.
Orange citronella to help keep the summer bugs away. Meant for outdoor use.
Capturing an autumn afternoon walk, this is the scent of fresh peeled apple and the crispness of fallen leaves.
Oh My Gourd
A pumpkin custard with notes of nutmeg, cinnamon, clove and ginger.
Cider House Rules
A welcoming aroma of hot cider spiced with cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg.
Wicks should be trimmed to 1/4" before each lighting. Trimming your wick helps prevent soot and ensures and even burn.
Your very first burn is important. Make sure you burn the candle long enough for a full wax pool to develop across the top of the container. This is typically 4 hours. If you don't do this, you will get what is known as tunneling in the middle of the candle.
Burn no longer than 4-5 hours at a time. Stop using when 1/2" of soy is left in the container.
Never leave a candle unattended.
Extinguish with a wick dipper, a candle snuffer or a swift puff of air. Allow to cool before re-lighting.
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