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Our Norwegian Spruce wax melts on average last around 6 hours and is one of our favourites to burn during the Festive season. Perfect stocking filler for you, a friend or family member.
Lead Notes: Pine, Eucalyptus
Heart Notes: Pine
Base Notes: Cedarwood, Guaiacwood
Burn Time: 6 to 8 hours per wax melt
Pack Size: 16 Melts
About Our Wax Melts:
Highly fragranced & long lasting: One of our wax melts on average lasts at least 6 hours (this can vary depending on your burner type and tealight size). We recommend cutting your wax melt in half for a more subtle scent or two if you want it stronger. A full pack tends to last 96 hours or longer.
Plastic free, eco-friendly packaging: We believe it’s more important than ever to be wary of plastic usage and excess packaging. We pack all our wax melts by hand in recyclable cardboard boxes.
Vegan Friendly: We always opt for vegan and cruelty-free options when creating our products, it’s a no brainer.
Natural soy & rapeseed formula: We only use natural vegetable waxes made from the oil of soybeans and rapeseed. Our wax melts tend to burn cleaner and last longer, as there are no nasty toxins in there.
The Perfect Gift for a Loved One: As soon as you catch a whiff of our highly scented wax melts and candles you will desperately want to share the experience with your loved ones and treat their noses!
How to get the most out of your Norwegian Spruce Scented Wax Melts:
Open up the wax melt box and take 1 heart out. Then, place it in the dish on top of a tealight or electric burner. Use a tealight underneath or plug it in (depending on which melter you are using).
Wait for the wax melt to slowly soften as fragrance is emitted into the air your home will be filled with the beautiful scents of Fosse Living.
Each melt lasts 6-8 hours, depending on how frequently you burn them. The scent will weaken over time and when this happens, simply clean out your burner! You can get more information on how to do this, on our blog, by clicking here.