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Elevate your gifting with beautifully curated gift boxes

The "Healing from Trauma Toolbox" is a resource designed to support individuals in their journey towards healing and recovery from trauma. This toolbox comprises a variety of therapeutic tools, coping strategies, and self-care techniques that empower individuals to navigate the challenges associated with trauma and promote their overall well-being.



Included in the Healing Tool box

  • UnGUN stress ball
  • Soy Eucalyptus Mint Candle
  • Box  of 50 safety matches with striker on the side.
  • UnGUN oil 
  • Multi-function ink pen
  • Writing journal
  • Nani Pua - Hand Sanitizer Mandarin 



Using a stress ball can help reduce tension and anxiety by providing a simple and effective way to release pent-up stress through repetitive squeezing, ultimately promoting relaxation and improved focus.


Our Special Blend of Essence oils come with a natural and calming fragrance. 

These oils can promote relaxation, reduce stress, and uplift the spirit, creating a harmonious atmosphere that fosters mental clarity, emotional balance, and overall well-being, aligning perfectly with the principles of operating at the highest energy level. Essence oils play a vital role in living in the green by enhancing one's environment.


Journaling: Writing about thoughts, feelings, and experiences can provide clarity, insight, and a sense of release. Journaling also helps in tracking progress and recognizing triggers.


Healing Tool Box


[Care ] TIPS

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Trimming your wick is an essential part of candle care. You should trim your wick to around 3mm before you burn your candle or for every 4 hours of burn time.

Trimming ensures that the candle will burn evenly, but also you will get a nice clean and even burn throughout the use of your candle.

You can use a wick trimmer to help you trim the wick, especially when it gets too low for scissors. Pinching the wick with your fingers is also an effective way of trimming your wick if you don’t have a wick trimmer.


You want to ensure that the first layer has completely liquified on your first burn. Otherwise, you get wax that stays up the edges of the candles for every burn afterwards.

We recommend burning your candle for 3 hours initially to ensure that you don’t get tunnelling on the second burn.


You want to avoid any debris in your molten wax pool, so don’t leave any half burnt matches or wicks in there. The candle will start to smoke, and instead of a lovely fragrance, you will get black charring.

If you don’t trim your wick, the burnt wick will fall into the molten wax and be a potential fire hazard and often creates an unpleasant smell.

This is one step of candle care that most people ignore, but it will help your candle last longer and smell fresh every time.


To minimise any damage or issues, we recommend only burning your candle for 4 hours at a time. Also, keep an eye on your candle the whole time that it is burning.


It’s critical to keep our candles away from children and pets. Plus, to avoid burning yourself don’t touch the candle until it has fully cooled.

Make sure you’re putting them somewhere safe, away from draughts and things that are flammable and always 10cm apart from another candle.

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