Fragrance description Yankee Candle Magical Christmas
Place the product only on heat resistant surfaces. If the wick is longer than 5 mm, trim it. Make sure that the candle/wax is well away from all flammable materials and sources of heat (e.g., TV, radiators). Do not move a burning candle/wax. Keep out of reach of children and pets. Persons suffering from sensitivity to fragrances should use the product with caution.
Never leave a burning candle/wax unattended or in the vicinity of easily flammable items. There should be a space of at least 20 cm between burning candles. Do not leave a candle burning for more than 4 hours. Do not tilt burning candles. Do not let the flame touch the sides of the container. If there is less than 1 cm of candle left, extinguish it; never let a candle burn all the way to the bottom. Extinguish the candle by gently blowing on it.
About the brand Yankee Candle
The idea for Yankee Candle came about back in 1969 when Mike Kittredge gave his mother a handmade candle for Christmas. She loved it, as did everyone she knew, so Mike continued to make candles. Thanks to his huge success, he soon moved production from his garage to an old paper mill, thus founding his own brand, Yankee Candle.
From the moment you light it until it is burnt out, the Yankee Candle provides a wonderful, lasting, pure scent which is the perfect complement to any interior. The candles contain a high amount of aromatic oils and natural extracts. Each fragrant essence is true to the ingredient, place or experience it is inspired by. The atmosphere it evokes in your home – relaxing, festive or refreshing – only depends on which one you choose.
Everyone will love a gift from this range, with the Yankee Candle Christmas special editions being a hit, as will be the Yankee Candle wax melts, a Yankee Candle Gift Set or a Yankee Candle Car Freshener.
Today the brand is the best-known manufacturer of scented candles and home fragrances. You can find them in 20 countries all over the world and the USA alone has over 18,000 shops. And to think it all began with one little present for mummy...