Backflow incense is created by using incense cones in an incense burner. They get the name backflow because the smoke is pushed down instead of rising up like regular smoke.
If you are used to burning incense you will be pleasantly surprised by how similar a backflow incense burner is.
Regular incense is great to use every now and then if you aren’t looking for something that looks fancy and just want a great fragrance spread throughout the room.
If you’d like something that creates a beautiful visual effect while also looking great as an ornament then the backflow incense burners are a great choice.
HOW TO USE A BACKFLOW INCENSE BURNER
Firstly you’ll want to make sure you have all the correct equipment to get started which is:
- A basic lighter however I prefer to use an electric candle lighter,
- Backflow incense cones which you can make yourself if you are creatively inclined.
- The incense burner.
Now you want to light up the backflow cone at the very top and place the cone over the little hole on the backflow incense burner, if you can’t find where the hole is make sure to contact the company you purchased it from or read the instructions if it came with any.
There’s a small hole on the bottom of the incense cone which you must line up with the hole on the incense burner.
To maximize the visual effects from the smoke, place the burner in a spot that doesn’t have a strong air flow which can ruin the cone incense effect.
OUR 2 FAVORITE BACKFLOW BURNERS
Here are our favorite burners and incense holder that we absolutely love using everyday.
We love trying new products so let us know what your favorite is and you may find it on this list in the near future.