Flamingo Estate Clarity Candle
This item is on backorder and is estimated to be available around Mar 18, 2024.
Style No. 88515085; Color Code: 000
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Lighting this candle is like conjuring the forest wind. As the wax warms, the essential oils begin to travel, and forest air fills the room with the crisp, smokey, sweet scents of vetiver, Douglas fir, angelica root, and a hint of basil.
When burning your candle for the first time, allow it to burn for 2 to 3 hours (but never more than 4), until the top layer of the wax has completely melted. This will prevent the wax from tunneling around the wick.
Ideally, we recommend keeping the wick trimmed to 1/4 inch at all times to prevent the candle from emitting smoke or the wick falling into the wax. After each burn, see that the wick is centered in the wax. This will also ensure that the glass does not overheat. The wick and flame should never be touching the glass.
- Vegetable wax, cotton wick
- Recyclable glass
- 8 oz.
- Never leave a burning candle unattended
- Do not allow candle to burn more than 4 hours at a time
- Place on a flat, heat-resistant surface
- Keep out of reach of children and pets
- Approximate 40 hour burn time
- 3.5”H, 3.25" diameter
In the early 1940s, a determined pair of young renegades arrived in California to realize their vision of an earthly paradise. High atop the hills of Los Angeles, hidden by a lush orchard and dense gardens, the flamingo-pink estate became a hedonistic enclave of sun-worship, folk mythologies, and psychedelic remedies — a secret haven for wild alchemy in the City of Angels. Now Flamingo Estate is the home of Richard Christiansen, and, in the spirit of its origins, a radical celebration of pleasure from the garden. We carefully cultivate Mother Nature’s wildest, most precious gifts at a time we need them most. The Flamingo Estate garden has evolved to become a collective of over 75 regenerative farmers who share our values. The farm employs strict agricultural practices that enrich the soil, heal the earth, and preserve endangered wisdom.