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Three Palms Candle Co

Tan Lines Black Tin 6.7 oz

Tan Lines Black Tin 6.7 oz

Regular price $18.00 USD
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Top Notes: Coconut Milk, Benzoin, Pineapple, Amaretto 

Middle Notes: Coconut, Banana, Sandalwood

Base Notes: Tonka Bean, Vanilla, Amyris, Cedar 

Our Tan Lines candles is the epitome of the word "vacation." Whether it be a tropical resort or a staycation in the backyard, this blend is reminiscent of creamy coconut sun lotion with a hint of vanilla. Cedar and sandalwood add a slight layer of a light smokiness, with pineapple and amaretto bringing a mellow sweetness. Tan Lines is a unique, sexy blend that is a personal favorite of ours.  


8 oz Candle Tin:

• 100% Soy Wax from US Grown Soy Beans

• Lead and Zinc Free Cotton Wick

• Premium Fragrance Oils Infused with Essential Oils

• Phthalate and Petroleum Free

• Raised Safety "Feet" on Container's Bottom That Keep Surfaces Cool.

• Container Made in the USA


Height: 2 inches (51mm)

Diameter: 2.95 inches (75mm)

Wax Weight to Fill Line: 5 oz.

Volume to Overflow: 8.5 oz.

Care information

Let the candle burn 3-4 hours the forst time you light it. The creates a full melt pool and helps to prevent the candle from tunneling later.

Trim wick to approximately 1/4 inch before you light your candle. By removing the "mushroom" part at the top of the wick, you ensure a longer and slower burn overall, making your candle last longer. Also be sure to remove any build up and/or debris (ie: dust, pet hair, etc) before you light your candle.

Generally, it's recommended to let your candle burn no more than about four hours. This is both for heat safety as well and making your candle last longer.

Lastly, keep your eyes on your lit candle and make sure it's not near any fans, ducts, or anything flammable, and be sure to extinguish the candle when leaving the room or going to bed. For additional safety, it's best to leave about 1/4 inch of wax in the container rather than burning it off completely. Going right down to the bottom of container is dangerous due to the heat from the flame.

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