Soy Candle Facts
Soy wax is easy to clean up, if spilled, clean with hot water and soapy water.
Soy wax are slow burning, so they gradually release their fragrances.
Soy is eco-friendly, burn cleaner, and is non-toxic
My soy candles are 100% natural soy which cause Frosting over time. Frosting is natural effect of The wax is trying to return back to its natural form and as a result it begins to crystallize. It doesn't affect the performance of the candle in any way.
Before lighting your soy candle, the wick should be trimmed about 1/4" each time. Otherwise, the candle will smoke and burn too fast. Allow the candle to cool and harden before relighting. Always burn your candle until the wax pools to the edge of the glass, for the first burn. Otherwise you'll get what is called candle tunneling.
When there is approximately 1/4" of wax left on the bottom of your candle you should discontinue use and repurpose the jar.
The wick should burn with a slight curl which creates a 'self-trimming' effect with minimal carbon buildup (mushrooming) which is normal, reduced smoking, and a stable flame. (mushrooming picture shown below) if flame gets unstable, extinguish the flame cut the wick and re-light.
Coconut Soy Candle Facts
Coconut Soy wax is a blend of coconut wax and soy wax.
Coconut wax is a non-gmo product. This means it is not grown through genetic modifications like other waxes.
Which makes coconut wax environmentally friendly by burning clean and slow-burning.
Why is my white candle turning yellow?
If the candle is left exposed to direct or indirect light, your candle may change color/ darken . The reason is because we do not add UV inhibitors to our candles or any other unnecessary chemicals. We suggest storing your candle in a cool dark place to keep it white. If your candle does darken, don't be alarmed it does not affect the burn or quality at all.