T H E  L E A R N I N G  C E N T E R  &  F A Q

What kind of wax do you use?

We currently use dye-free soy wax to create our candles

Which carrier do you ship with?

We currently use USPS to ship all orders

Do you make the products yourself?

Yes, all products are handmade to order!

What is your refund and exchange policy?

Please see our STORE POLICY for more information

Trim Your Wick...

Always trim your wick before each burn. This can prevent mushrooming, which can lead to soot and poor burn quality. Click the image below to purchase a wick trimmer.

Safety First...

We want you to enjoy your candles. Not set fires. Please use safety precautions when burning a candle. . Keep your candles away from drafts . Keep away from children . Burn candle in a safe place

Candle Notes...

There are usually 3 things to consider when it comes to candle fragrance or scent. The Top Note, Middle Note, and Base Note. These notes are what give a candle its wonderful aroma. Top Note: The first scent you notice when you smell a candle or remove a lid. The Top Note is also the fastest to fade away. Middle Note: This is the heart of a candle. The Middlle Note doesn't show up right away. But will be the most noticeable. Base Note: The Base Note is what you smell as even when the candle is not buring. This is the part of the scent make up willl stay around the longest.

Cold Throw...

This is how strong a scented candle smells when it is NOT burning.

Hot Throw...

This is how strong a scented candle smells when it is burning.

How long should I burn my candle?

Candles should be burned no longer than 3 hours at a time. This will help provided an even burn each time you use your candle.

The Fragrance Wheel..

Mondernized by Michael Edwards in 1992, the Fragrance wheel is a visual guide on scent and the categories which they fall into. Each category can also be broken down into sub-categories. Here's a sample below: