4:30 p.m. After school. The satchel tossed in the corner.
The sugar is burning in the pan. We sat down.
Like a lost hour, Pain Perdu is the scent of a sweet time. A floating moment between almond and vanilla.
Scent: bran, cedarwood, tonka beans
True to their philosophy, Ormaie's candles are made by artisans using only ethically sourced natural wax, natural fragrances and natural wicks. The wax consists of coconut oil, French beeswax and European soy and is cast by hand.
The burning time of an Ormaie candle is 45 to 60 hours.
Porcelain vessel dimensions: Height: 11 cm, Diameter: 12 cm
There is an aluminum refill for all fragrances to refill your candle or to change the fragrance. Please only use the refill in the porcelain container.
When using your candle for the first time, let it burn for 2-3 hours so the wax doesn't form a cavity around the wick. Cut the wick slightly to 5mm height each time you light the candle for better diffusion. Because the Ormaie candles are handmade, the wick may shift as the wax starts to liquefy. Just center it once the wax has cooled slightly.
Web code 220 g: 52000000479
Ingla Schuhmoden Renal GmbH is an authorized and official point of sale for the Ormaie brand.
A grandfather, a sculptor. A grandmother and her flowers. A mother passionate about fragrances. The founder of ORMAIE seeks excellence in art. Ormaie is a house of creation. It is family owned. Ormaie has brought artists and craftspeople together to write every chapter of its story.
Ormaie attaches great importance to naturalness:
The colors of the fragrances come from the colors of the natural ingredients they contain. Ormaie fragrances are 100% natural, cruelty free and vegan.
A glass that has been faceted twelve times, like a sundial, as a testament to the long process of creation. For glass production, Ormaie uses only renewable energy.The wooden bottle caps in the iconic shapes are carved from beech wood from responsibly managed forests and polished by hand.
The Ormaie box is made from Italian paper made from 40% recycled fibres, 55% from sustainably managed forests and 5% cotton. It is printed on the Heidelberg machines from the 1960s.