why are your candles made with coconut wax?
coconut wax is clean-burning. unlike paraffin wax, it emits no petro-carbon soot particles or cancer causing carcinogens like benzene and toluene. the soy beans in soy candles are often commercially farmed using fertilizers, pesticides and chemicals. coconut wax burns slowly with a superior scent throw and can hold a larger percentage of fragrance. it is made from the meat of the coconut, a sustainable and renewable crop. it is in our minds, the perfect wax.
what are phthalates?
phthalates is the name of a group of chemicals commonly found in the fragrance industry. certain phthalates have been labeled as potentially having negative effects on human health. all of our candles are 100% phthalate-free.
why two wicks?
through our testing, we have found that two wicks are better than one. larger wicks produce over-sized flames, excessive heat and heavier mushrooming. two wicks ensure a cleaner and more even burn plus a bigger and brighter glow.
what do you mean by custom blended scents?
we have spent nearly a year sampling, blending, adjusting formulas and fragrance percentages to create our own unique & custom scents.
do you use eco-friendly packaging materials?
yes! your candle is carefully hand wrapped in 100% recycled kraft paper. we ship our candles to you using biodegradable packaging peanuts and recyclable corrugated boxes.
how do i reuse my rocks glass for cocktails?
once the wax has burned down to 1/2 inch, pour out the remaining liquid wax into the garbage. scoop out the wicks (we like to use a spoon), remove the front and bottom labels and wash out the glass with warm, soapy water. for an extra clean cocktail glass, run it through the dishwasher.
i am interested in selling your candles at my business:
great! let's connect. please email us for wholesale inquires at email@example.com
i would like to order your candles in bulk for my private event:
we are happy to provide custom candles for parties, weddings or special events. let's chat! please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org