How do I take care of my candle?

1. Trim that wick. This will help prevent extra smoke or suds and can help your candle burn clean as well as keep your walls from darkening.

2. Make sure your candle is set flat surface for even burning and overall safety.

3. Burn your candle all the way across. This will help prevent tunneling 

4. Turn your candle off when you leave. DO NOT leave you candle unattended. 

Happy scenting!

Why Soy Candles?

Natural & Environmentally Friendly

The traditional Paraffin wax is derived from petroleum - a nonrenewable source that contains carcinogens and other chemicals. Soy wax on the other hand, is made from vegetable oil which is natural and renewable. Soy wax does not release carbon dioxide and doesn’t have chemicals added to them. This is important especially for people who have kids and pets because it is the safest option health-wise.

Cleaner, Healthier Burn

Since Soy wax is made from natural materials, it delivers a cleaner burn compared to Paraffin wax. Paraffin wax when burned, releases soot which can stay on walls, or any furniture at your home. Aside from unsightly soot, the carcinogens released by Paraffin wax may cause headaches for some. Some people may mistake that the scent gives them a headache, but it is actually the chemical fumes. Soy candles on the other hand, burn clean with almost no soot at all as long as you care for your candle and trim your wick before burning you candle

Better Scent & Cruelty Free

Thanks to the low burning temperature and lack of soot, smoke and toxins, soy wax candles tend to have a purer, more pleasant scent. Paraffin candles often use a mix of chemicals that can lead to a less-than-pleasant, highly artificial scent. Plus, the generous wax pool that forms with a soy candle means even more of that lovely scent is released into the air. Avoiding using animal products where possible is great for the environment. Plus, if you can choose to use a product that doesn’t harm or exploit any animal, why wouldn’t you?

Is your candle drying down with bubbles?

The bumpy tops after burning are quite common with soy wax. It's not caused by anything in the process - it happens when the rate of cooling is inconsistent and unfortunately, it's difficult to control once the candle has been lit and then extinguished. Sometimes it will dry with the rough, uneven surface and sometimes it will dry smooth as glass. The good news is that this is a by-product of all-natural wax, and it does not affect the performance of the candle.