Frequently Asked Questions
All of our products are proudly made in the U.S.A.
No, we would never test any of our products on animals.
Yes! At herba, we believe in only using the finest of natural ingredients in all of our products. You will never find an ingredient listed that you can't pronounce.
All of our products should be safe to use, but we do recommend that you consult your physician to be sure these products align with your pregnancy plan.
The majority of our ingredients are sourced from within the United States. The palo santo wood is only found in South America and we source that from Ecuador which is ethically sourced.
Since our products are all-natural and do not contain synthetic preservatives, they have a shelf-life of 12 months. All of our products should be stored in a cool, dry place and out of direct sunlight.
To maintain their freshness and stability, all of our products contain natural preservatives; These include Citric Acid and Vitamin E. In the rare case that you purchase one of our products and find that it is not at its freshest point, please reach out to us so we are able to assist.
The bath salts are intended to last for approximately 5–8 baths. There is no harm in adding more or less, it's really a personal preference.
Yes, our Beard Oils contain Argan and Almond Oil. This oil typically does not irritate people with nut allergies, but we recommend consulting your physician first if you have a nut allergy.
No, we will not charge your account if your order cannot be filled. You may see an authorization hold after you initially place your order, however, that will drop off after a few days. If you wish to remove the hold right away you can do so by contacting your bank.
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Wood wicks can be a little tricky to burn if you're not used to them.They burn a bit differently than traditional cotton wicks do, and there are a few common issues that cause them to not stay lit. If your wooden wick candle won't stay lit it's probably because the wick is too long, or it needs to be trimmed clean of charred material. The flame is drawing the wax upwards through the wick, so if it's not trimmed short and clean, the wax can't make it to the flame. Give your candle enough burning time to develop a melted wax pool that goes all the way to the edge of the container on the first use - this can take up to a few hours.
If you don’t allow your candle enough time to form a full melt pool on the first burn, a little “tunnel” may start to form around the wick. This will make it more difficult for the wax around the edges of the jar to melt, causing the tunneling effect to continue with each burn. Eventually the tunnel will become too deep for fresh oxygen to flow in, and your candle will have trouble staying lit for more than short periods of time.
To prevent this issue, make sure to give your candle enough time to develop a melted wax pool that goes all the way to the edge of the jar the first time you use it. After the first use, you don’t have to let a full wax pool form every single time, but it is ideal if you want to get the most life out of your candle. Just make sure you give your candle a nice long burn every so often to “reset” the wax memory and prevent any tunneling.This will keep your candle looking great, smelling great, & burning evenly!
For trimming, we’ve always found an old set of nail clippers or wire cutters to work great. In a pinch, you can always use a napkin and your fingers to gently break off the burnt parts of the wick. (Caution not do it while it is still hot!) For optimal burn, keep your wood wick trimmed to about ⅛”, and clean off any burnt wood from previous use.
Other than the tunneling problem, if your candle will stay lit, give it a good long burn until all the wax is melted to the edge of the jar, and you’ve effectively “reset” the memory of the wax. If your candle won’t stay lit because it is “drowning” in a wax pool, try using a paper towel or napkin to soak up some of the excess wax. Then wait for a minute or so, relight your candle, and repeat until your wick has room to breathe! If you follow all these tips mentioned above, your wooden wick candles should burn nicely!