The so-called "diving" candle manufacturing method makes it possible to shape conical candles, thinner at the top. The cotton wicks are placed in a U-shape on wooden sticks, fixed on frames and then immersed in wax. Color pigments are sprinkled throughout the melted wax. The colors obtained are alive and sometimes surprising to create unexpected hues. The wax used is a combination of food paraffin and high quality beeswax that does not run, burn slowly and does not emit smoke.