Lidl are releasing new designer-inspired candles - for only £3.99!

Lidl are releasing new designer-inspired candles - for only £3.99!


Posted 4th February by Peter Byrne

We have to say, Lidl are winning the Valentine's Day shopping race this year

Following hot on the heels of the news about their upcoming release of 100 roses for a bargain £25, the budget retailer has announced a range of designer-inspired candles - for only £3.99.

Available in three wonderful scents - Lavender, Pomegranate or Citrus & Herb - each one comes in an elegant glass jar, making them the perfect present for candle fans, or even just a nice addition for around the home.

Their range also includes reed diffusers and room sprays, that are available in the same scents.

Lidl have now shared advice for ways to help you to get the most from your candle:

1. Wick watch

As a standard rule, the longer the wick is, the quicker your candle will burn. This will be particularly important when you have a glass encased candle - it prevents the glass from getting too hot. The ideal length for a wick will be no longer than 2mm.

2. Draughts away

Make sure your candle is kept away from any draughty areas - for instance, windows or air vents. These can cause your candle to burn quicker and also poses a health and safety risk.

3. Cool it

When re-lighting a candle, it's important to make sure it's cooled down. Candles in containers will roughly take two hours to cool down and doing this will make it easier to trim the wax, subsequently leaving the candle in top condition.

The Luxury Collection will be available from Thursday 7th February, while stocks last.






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