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K. Hall Studio does not test on animals. All of our products are cruelty free.
Our product does not contain gluten, however our product is not gluten-free certified as some of our natural additives (i.e. ground oats, etc.) could have been processed in a facility that also processed product containing gluten.
Our gel hand sanitizer is made with over 60% alcohol.
Our liquid hand sanitizer is made with 80% alcohol.
Our hand sanitizer is made in the U.S.A. and our ingredients are domestically sourced.
Ingredients: Ethanol Alcohol (80%) v/v, Glycerin, Hydrogen Peroxide, Purified Water USP.
We use the FDA & WHO approved formula to make our hand sanitizers.
K. Hall Studio products are paraben and petrochemical surfactant free.
K. Hall Studio’s corporate headquarters and main production facility are located in St. Louis, Missouri. All product ships from the St. Louis headquarters at 715 Hanley Industrial Court, St. Louis, MO 63144.
Yes, K. Hall Studio does have a private label program and can create custom products depending on quantity. To get more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
All K. Hall Studio products are made using the highest quality ingredients available. We take pride in the fact that our wax is made from soy and vegetables grown by American farmers.
The first time that you burn a candle, it should burn until the wax pool melts all of the way to the edges. Depending on the size of the candle, this could take 2-3 hours. The wax has “memory” and doing this will help to the candle to burn more evenly, longer and the wick will not funnel down in the wax.
Trim the wick ¼”before you light the candle each burning.
Yes! Many K. Hall Studio customers like to use the candle vessel as a vase, to hold jewelry or a decorative accessory in the home after the candle has completed burning. To remove the excess wax in the vessel, simply place the candle vessel in the freezer. After several hours, the wax will harden and can gently be removed with a butter knife or blunt object.
We recommend to add diffuser oil when the bottle becomes half empty or every six months.
The diffuser oil should never be poured into a diffuser on a finished surface. The oil can cause damage to surfaces. The oil can take paint/finish off of surfaces and discolor fabrics. Use extreme care when pouring the oil into the diffuser bottle. Many customers pour the oil into the bottle in a sink and then wipe any drips of oil carefully from the bottle prior to placing the diffuser in the desired location in the home.
We recommend flipping the reeds once per week to deliver continuous fragrance. When flipping the reeds, make sure to carefully flip them without dripping the diffuser oil. It is best to flip the reeds over a sink or a towel.
NO! Fragrance diffuser oil should be kept away from children and pets and it is not safe to ingest. Immediately contact your physician or poison control if accidental ingestion occurs.