Environmental Candle Information & Facts

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You want to go for organic and eco-friendly candles with cotton or wood wicks. The wick should be lead and metal-free and made from natural and clean-burning things like cotton, hemp or wood. To maintain a clean burn you want to cut the wick before lightening the candle, and always keep candles away from drafts to prevent them from producing soot. Vegan Candles, Soy Wax Candles, Natural Essential Oils, Natural Oils, Candle Reading, Eco Friendly Candles, Candle Dye, Flickering Lights, Make Good Choices
Should you use 'Wood Wick' for Your Candles?
You want to go for organic and eco-friendly candles with cotton or wood wicks. The wick should be lead and metal-free and made from natural and clean-burning things like cotton, hemp or wood. To maintain a clean burn you want to cut the wick before lightening the candle, and always keep candles away from drafts to prevent them from producing soot.
Why is Paraffin Wax so bad? As paraffin burns, it creates toxic benzene and toluene chemicals, both of which are known carcinogens. Breathing them in is known to be as bad for your health as second-hand smoke. Benzene
Should you use 'Paraffin Wax' for your Candles?
Why is Paraffin Wax so bad? As paraffin burns, it creates toxic benzene and toluene chemicals, both of which are known carcinogens. Breathing them in is known to be as bad for your health as second-hand smoke.
Many candles contain artificial fragrances, which can release harmful chemicals when being burnt. However, even the smell of ‘cotton candy’ although a human-made smell can be created with essential oils & natural fragrances. Synthetic Oil, Best Oils, Paraffin Wax
Picking the best Oils for your Candles!
Many candles contain artificial fragrances, which can release harmful chemicals when being burnt. However, even the smell of ‘cotton candy’ although a human-made smell can be created with essential oils & natural fragrances.
When it comes to candle wax, the familiar words you’ll read are either stearin (animal or vegetable fats) or paraffin (petroleum waste). Either are great. However, the latter is actually really bad for both the environment and us. Woodwick
Should You Use 'Vegetable Wax' For Your Candles?
When it comes to candle wax, the familiar words you’ll read are either stearin (animal or vegetable fats) or paraffin (petroleum waste). Either are great. However, the latter is actually really bad for both the environment and us.
When it comes to candles it’s hard to tell the mean from the kind. As much as we love the sight of that flickering light and the aroma of a sophisticated fragrance, we can’t help but wonder: What lasting affect will all that candle wax, colouring and oil dissolved into the air we breathe have on us? What’s the true price for great ambiance? What Is Need
Should You Use 'Beeswax' for Your Candles
When it comes to candles it’s hard to tell the mean from the kind. As much as we love the sight of that flickering light and the aroma of a sophisticated fragrance, we can’t help but wonder: What lasting affect will all that candle wax, colouring and oil dissolved into the air we breathe have on us? What’s the true price for great ambiance?
When it comes to candle wax, the familiar words you’ll read are either stearin (animal or vegetable fats) or paraffin (petroleum waste). Either are great. However, the latter is actually really bad for both the environment and us.
Should you use 'Stearin Wax' for Your Candles?
When it comes to candle wax, the familiar words you’ll read are either stearin (animal or vegetable fats) or paraffin (petroleum waste). Either are great. However, the latter is actually really bad for both the environment and us.