Soy Candles…100% soy candles are truly a wonderful, clean burning, natural product. When keeping the wick properly trimmed, there is virtually no soot. There are up to 11 carcinogen compounds found in paraffin candles. Color variations in soy candles are normal and referred to as frosting. Frosting is when the soy wax forms tiny, white, frosted-looking crystals on top and/or on the sides of the jar. This is a natural occurrence in soy wax. Soy candle manufacturers often add paraffin wax (called a parasoy blend) to their candles to eliminate frosting. I am committed to providing a paraffin-free candle. Frosting will vary with dyes and fragrances.
When you light your soy candle for the first time, it is important to remember that it has a memory. You should burn your candle until you receive a full melt pool (melt across the entire top of candle). This usually takes 1 to 3 hours depending on the diameter of the candle jar. Not allowing a melt pool could cause the candle to tunnel. A good melt pool will also release more fragrance. When relighting, always trim the wick so it is free of any mushrooming on top. Always place candle jar on a heat resistant surface and never leave unattended.
Palm Wax Pillars….Palm wax is obtained from the fruit of the palm oil tree and is a naturally renewable resource. Palm wax has a very unique appearance caused by its crystalline structure. No two candles are alike. I use the feathering design. Palm wax is virtually dripless and soot-free. Natural Palm Wax leaves a glowing shell as it burns. Palm wax candles are designed to consume themselves as they burn down. When lighting your pillar for the first time, allow the candle to burn 1 hour for each inch of diameter. (3" = 3 hours) While candle burns, it will produce an outer shell, leaving a beautiful natural glow. Burning for an excessive amount of time can cause the wall to thin and melted wax can break through. Keep wick trimmed at ¼”. Always place the candle on a non-combustible, heat-resistant fireproof base set on a level stable surface. Enjoy the glow. Choose any scent from our fragrance list to build your own special pillar. Contact us about available colors.
Reed Diffusers…The reed diffuser or aroma diffuser delivers fragrance with a simple wicking system. Fragranced oil seeps up through the reeds allowing scent to fill the room. The reed diffuser uses essential oils or fragrance oils mixed with a special non toxic dispersing base, allowing the reed to release scent and the therapeutic properties of essential oils. This is one way to fill a room with wonderful fragrance without burning a candle. Turning the diffuser reeds once every three to four weeks refreshes the scent. It is suggested to place the diffuser bottle on a base to protect surfaces. Oil’s from the diffuser may damage wood finishes.