Bella Rose Passion
Citrus Glow Serum
Citrus Glow Serum
Skin Care Goals: Brightens Complexion, Stimulate Collagen
Which skin type is it good for?
A bottle of glow for your skin’s sake. This serum is made with the good stuff, the ultimate intensive Vitamin C treatment. Suitable for combination, oily, and acne-prone skin, this non-oily formula promotes the formation of collagen for a healthy, even skin tone, reduces fine lines, treats dark spots, discolorations, and sun damaged skin cells.
Citrus Blend Glow is a powerful antioxidant that works to stimulate collagen production in your skin. It also fights fine lines, brightens your complexion, and provides a host of other benefits.
- reduces wrinkles.
- protects collagen and increases production.
- aids wound healing.
- helps protect against sun damage.
- reduces hyperpigmentation.
- evens skin tone.
- brightens complexion.
- acts like armor against pollution and other free radicals.
Skincare experts describes this as one of the best anti-aging ingredients you could ever use.
Serums should be used after a cleanser and lotion but before your moisturizer.
How to use
How to use
Nothing is worse than lighting a candle to set the mood only to be greeted with black smoke rising into the air—talk about a vibe kill.
While this smoke might be pesky, there are simple steps you can take to enjoy your go-to candle again.
Here are a few tips and tricks to help maintain Bella Rose Passion Candles.
Just like us, candles don’t like to be too hot. Maintaining a healthy candle temperature is key when it comes to the amount of smoke it produces. A good rule of thumb so things don't get too hot: Only burn your candle for four to six hours at a time.
Trim the wick after each use and be sure to dispose of wick trimmings properly. Your wick should be trimmed to ¼ inch above the set wax at all times. Good wick trimming habits will also help your candle last longer.
Candles deserve a break too. While we know it’s tempting to keep your candle lit all day, try not to burn it for extended periods of time. This will give the candle a chance to cool down and prepare for the next burn.
If your candle is set in a high traffic area of your house (like an entryway or kitchen) check for dust or debris before lighting. It might sound silly, but debris or dust can get caught in the wick or the wax, leading to a smokey burn.
Trim Your Wick
If your candle is producing a lot of black smoke, the length of your wick is likely the culprit. When the wick is too long, a candle will burn too quickly and an imbalance of heat and fuel will produce a larger flame with more smoke and soot.
Just like we cut the grass, our hair, and our nails, we must trim our candle wicks regularly to get the best performance and quality.
We recommend that you trim your wick every time you burn your candle. Trimming your wick is a simple and quick habit that will ensure a cleaner burn from your candle. Your wick should be trimmed to ¼ inch above the set wax at all times.