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Wax Types

Let's talk different wax types!

Below we have provided you with all the information for you to make an informed choice!

We believe in giving our customers the power to personalize their candle experience.

We now offer you the choice of two exceptional waxes for your candle:

100% natural soy wax or a blend of soy/paraffin wax.

If your looking for great scent throw go with: Soy/paraffin Blend

If your looking for the most " healthy "option go with: Natural Soy

We prefer the soy/paraffin blend.

I burn this everyday with my children, one of my children has mild asthma.

I have never have any issues burning this candle with them.

We also have 4 cats who are indoor and outdoor cats, and my sister who lives just a few houses away from me is my little " Candle tester " so she burns my candles all day long, She has over 7 Toy poodle dogs and never had any issues.

I hope this information helps! :)

Soy wax or soy paraffin blend?

Pure Natural Soy Wax

Natural soy wax has become the preferred option in recent times due to its numerous health benefits.

Natural soy wax burns cleaner, ensuring a healthier environment, while still delivering a delightful scent throw.

The only real downfall to soy wax is it doesn't cope very well in hot weather.

It goes quite soft and will usually sweat, if you've ever seen little droplets on the surface of your candle that is the soy wax sweating.

But thankfully, It doesn't effect your candle in any way, if you don't like the look of it you can dab it with a tissue, otherwise you don't have to do anything and you can light the candle as normal.

Soy wax is a vegetable wax made from the oil of soybeans. After harvesting, the beans are cleaned, cracked, de-hulled, and rolled into flakes. The oil is then extracted from the flakes and hydrogenated.

The hydrogenation process converts some of the fatty acids in the oil from unsaturated to saturated. This process dramatically alters the melting point of the oil, making it solid at room temperature. The leftover bean husks are commonly used as animal feed.


If you're looking for an extra boost in scent throw, our soy/paraffin blend is the perfect choice.

It combines the goodness of natural soy wax with a touch of paraffin to create a harmonious balance that brings a strong and captivating aroma to any space.

Our blend only has a small amount of paraffin!


Excellent Scent Throw: Paraffin is known for its ability to hold fragrance well. This means that paraffin candles generally have a more robust and longer-lasting scent, making them popular for scented candles.

Longer Burn Time: Because paraffin is harder than other types of waxes, candles made from it tend to have a longer burn time. This makes them last longer and ideal for longer occasions.

Cosmetically, paraffin wax is more aesthetically pleasing as it does not sweat or melt in the heat.

With its thermal properties, paraffin wax is an excellent heat conductor that emits a steady glow when lit. 

An age-old material, paraffin is a type of candle wax that has been used for centuries to make candles. It’s made from petroleum by-products and consists of hydrocarbon molecules composed of hydrogen and carbon atoms.

Soy/Paraffin Blend Wax

While paraffin wax was commonly used in the past, the introduction of soy wax revolutionized the candle industry. However, many renowned brands like Glass House still use a soy/paraffin blend to achieve that remarkable scent throw customers adore.

We understand that choosing the right wax can be a tough decision, which is why we wanted to provide you with all the necessary information.

Transparency is of utmost importance to us, and we want you to make an informed choice.

 Should you have any questions or need further assistance, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. We're here to help and ensure you have the best candle experience possible.

 If you're unsure which wax to go for, we recommend the natural soy wax, as it is the preferred choice of many customers today.

However, personally, I love the soy/paraffin blend for its strong and long-lasting fragrance.

In fact, I have these candles burning in my own home every day, and they never fail to delight.


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