Ruth Terras

6.07 AM Pure and Serene candle


NB! Delivery 2-4 working days!

Pure and Serene 

Sunrise is the birth of the day, the birth of new thoughts and actions. 6.07 AM is the smell of a spring morning in a spruce forest - clear, clean and undisturbed.

Crisp spruce and warm and sunny orange replace confused thoughts and dream shadows with brightness, clarity and balance.

Carnelian and black tourmaline give you the impetus to make your plans come true and to live and act now.
The past is like the morning dew that was and will not return, the future is like a horizon that always moves ahead. Only the present is what you can change and where everything happens.

Ruth Terras products are 100% natural and contain high-quality essential oils.
The candle burns for about 35 hours.

Light the 6.07AM Pure and Serene candle when you feel you need new thoughts and joy.
Ruth Terra's chic candle brings natural and natural scents to your home. Soy wax from renewable resources, paper and cotton wick, essential oils and semi-precious stones fill your home with a pleasant and natural aroma.

Weight: 0.4 kg
Size: 7.7 x 7.7 x 7.7 cm

Usage: Before lighting the candle, cut the wick of the candle to approx. 7mm in length, this will ensure the best burning of the candle.
Let the candle burn until the entire top surface has melted, this will ensure even burning of the candle.
Do not burn the candle to the very end, this way you avoid overheating and breaking the candle vase.
Place the candle away from flammable materials, on a heat-resistant and stable and flat surface.
Make sure that curtains and other flammable materials are not blown into the candle by the wind.
Do not leave the candle unattended. Keep the candle away from children and animals. If you burn several candles at the same time, make sure that the distance between the candles is at least 10 cm. Extinguish the candle flames by suppressing them, not by blowing them out. To do this, use a candle extinguisher or push the wick into the wax with a non-flammable object, wait until it goes out and then take the wick out.

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