We now have bulk beeswax for sale by the pound.
Vanilla Chai Candles!!!!!
Fun Christmas Candles
Candle making supplies
We are going to start offering candle making supplies. We should have pictures and pricing soon.
Palm Wax is here!!!
The Benefits of Beeswax
Pure Beeswax is one of nature’s perfect products. Prized since ancient times, fragrant beeswax candles burn longer and cleaner than ordinary wax candles. In fact, pure beeswax has the highest melting point of any known wax. Their slow, smokeless flames gives off more light and heat than other waxes and are virtually drip less “if kept away from drafts and fans”. Made by industrious honey bees from the nectar of flowers, beeswax has a sweet, natural fragrance all its own. Initially beeswax candles may seem to be more expensive than paraffin candles, yet this is not so. Paraffin wax burns away much quicker than beeswax nullifying any price difference.
Beeswax is the only fuel to emit (Negative Ions) when burning. Dust, hair, odors and other pollutants floating in the air, they are doing so because the particles are positively charged. Allergens and toxins become positively charged through static electricity created by heating systems and friction caused by normal activity (such as when you walk across the carpet). Pure beeswax candles help rid your home of toxins by emitting negatively, charged ions, as well as, burning away positively charged particles that float toward the burning halo flame. This process cleans the air of positive ions such as dust, odors, toxins, pollen, mold, dust mites feces, and viruses. This is beneficial for people who have allergies. We only use 100% beeswax in the Candles.
Q&A About Candles
Q: What are most candles made of? A: Most candles are made out of a petroleum by-product called paraffin.
Q: Are there any dangers from burning Paraffin based candles?
A: Paraffin wax is known to have 11 different toxins two being carcinogenic. Paraffin also gives off petro-soot which is considered just as dangerous as second hand smoke.
Q: How do I know if I am buying a Beeswax candle, Soy wax candle or a Paraffin candle?
A: Check what the label says. If there is no mention of the candle being a Beeswax , or Soy candle on the label then it is usually correct to assume that it is made of paraffin. Everything on our website is Beeswax.
Q: What should I know about soy wax?
A: Soy wax is carcinogen free and toxin free. It burns longer and cleaner that paraffin based candles. It will also burn soot free leaving your candle and household free of stain causing build up. Soy wax is completely biodegradable and water soluble.
Q: What should I know about Beeswax candles?
A: Beeswax is carcinogen free, and toxin free. It burns longer and cleaner that paraffin based candles. Beeswax when being burned emits negative ions. This actually cleans the air as it burns. For more info on Beeswax Click here.
Paraffin or paraffin blend candles:
•Paraffin is a by-product of the petroleum refinery industry, leftover residue of refined petroleum.
•Soot given off from burning paraffin candles is the same as burning diesel fuel or fumes from a diesel engine.
•Soot particles travel deep into the lungs. Breathing soot is not recommended at all!
•Tests show that paraffin candles can produce a variety of harmful substances, including benzene & toluene, known carcinogens.
•Testing by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) has found over 20 dangerous compounds in SIGNIFICANT quantities including acetone, benzene, toluene and lead.
• The soot from these materials can contain carcinogens, neurotoxins and reproductive toxins.
• The American Lung Association says, “Burning paraffin candles can emit small amounts of toxins into the air.”