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Noel & Co. - 8 oz Soy and Coconut Wax Candle: Sound & Fog

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Three original paintings, inspired by our beautiful province.


Janie Noël is a grade 11 student, and is co-founder of Noël & Co.

In this Nova Scotia Art Series, Janie uses acrylic on canvas to portray landscapes of her home province. Each candle is a lasting commemoration of places we hold dear.


Top: White Orchid, Lemon Blossom
Middle: Jasmine, Tuberose, Frangipani
Base: Vanilla, Sandalwood, Amber



Product Details

Volume: 8 oz 
Diameter: 2 3/8 in 
Height: 3 3/8 in 
Burn time: Up to 45 – 55 hours 
We want your home to be a toxin-free zone, which is why we’re conscious of our ingredients. Every hand-poured candle is made with a blend of virgin coconut and soy wax, and is gluten free, toxin free, paraben free, phthalate free, cruelty free, and comes from renewable sources. 
We use eco-friendly, clean-burning, hand-crafted wooden wicks made from FSC Certified Wood. Our wooden wicks burn beautifully, and crackle as if you were sitting next to your own mini fire! 
Our collection of clean, phthalate-free fragrance oils are unique, sophisticated and created using fine fragrance oils + pure essential oils from around the globe.

How To Use

Wooden wicks are a little different from traditional cotton wicks – they burn longer, cleaner, and have a cozy crackling ambiance. However, they do require a bit of extra care. Here are our tips to get the most out of your new candle:


  • When lighting your candle for the first time, light the wick where the wax meets the wick for several seconds – not at the top of the wick.
  • Always trim your wick before each use, to 1/4 of an inch, and remove all charred wood from previous burns. If the wick is too long, the wax will not pull up the wick and the wick will extinguish.
  • Allow the melt pool to reach the edges of the container before extinguishing – this helps prevent tunneling, which can impact how well the candle burns.
  • If when burning the candle for a long period of time you notice the flame height getting too low, it may be necessary to tap off any excess ash or burnt wood along the top of the wick. The flame will then return to its proper optimal height.