St.Pauls Scented Candle
In the suggestive ritual of turning light into fragrance to enhance spatial experiences, Frama St. Pauls Scented Candle sets an ambiance in the surrounding space with a comforting and evocative scent.
St. Pauls, FRAMA's signature fragrance and the Apothecary Collection's first scent, is a complex yet delicate essence. With an earthy formulation and distinctive freshness, it embodies the epitome of FRAMA. Wooden cabinets and tinted glass. Where past and present seamlessly intertwine.
Key notes: Lemongrass, Coriander, Mysore Sandalwood, Cedarwood
Aroma: Herbal, Spicy, Woody
Materials: glass container and wooden lid
Vegan and cruelty-free, the candle is made with responsibly sourced vegetable oil wax
1. Let the candle burn allowing the entire surface to become fluid during the first use
When lighting a candle for the first time, we recommend letting it burn for a maxim of four hours, allowing the entire upper layer of wax to melt—the perfume has now reached its optimal diffusion potential. This step will ensure a long and even burn in the future. Allow the candle to solidify before subsequent use.
2. Use a candle snuffer
To limit excess smoke and prevent hot wax from splattering, use a candle snuffer when putting out the candle, holding the snuffer over the flame for 5 seconds. Allow the candle to cool before moving and covering it with a lid.
3. Put the lid on after each use
Cover your candle with the accompanying wooden lid to prevent dust from gathering on the surface after each use. Keeping your candle clean will help it last longer and ensure scent preservation.
4. Clean remaining wax
Before each burn, clean the remaining wax away from the inner container walls. Wiping off any excess wax residue will prevent further tunneling.
5. Trim the candle wick
Long candle wicks that had fallen into the molten wax may create an unpleasant smell. Trimming it will help your candle last longer and smell fresh every time, ensuring an even burn. Make sure to keep the candle’s wick at approximately 6mm.
Frama's approach is all about blending contrasts: they bridge the gap between the classical and the contemporary, harmonize the digital and the analogue, pay homage to the past, and reflect the synergy of the present day.