Why We Use Beeswax
Beeswax is a luxurious natural substance meticulously crafted by honeybees. It exudes elegance with its rich golden hue and delicate fragrance, evoking a sense of opulence and refinement. Renowned for its clean-burning properties and hypoallergenic nature, beeswax embodies sophistication while infusing spaces with a warm, inviting glow. As a symbol of timeless luxury, beeswax candles elevate any ambiance with their ethereal beauty and serene charm.
Diverging from the commonplace use of soy and paraffin wax found in mass-produced candles, we proudly craft our candles with the opulent essence of Beeswax. Harvested from the purest nectar of flowers by industrious bees, Beeswax embodies an unparalleled purity, devoid of zinc, lead, soy, and paraffin, rendering it a beacon of luxury and refinement.
Beeswax exudes an aura of opulence while neutralizing pollutants and unleashing a symphony of negative ions to cleanse the air. Delight in an extended burn time as Beeswax candles illuminate your space with a gentle, flickering glow, imbued with the timeless elegance of nature's finest creation. Rest assured, no bees are harmed in the ethically sourced harvesting of this divine substance, making it the epitome of conscientious luxury.
Soy & Paraffin Wax
Beeswax, soy wax, and paraffin wax are three common types of waxes used in candle-making, each with distinct characteristics:
- Source: Naturally produced by honeybees in the hive.
- Characteristics: Rich golden color, natural fragrance, clean-burning, hypoallergenic, emits a warm glow.
- Benefits: Long burn time, emits negative ions when burned which can neutralize pollutants in the air, eco-friendly and sustainable.
2. Soy Wax:
- Source: Derived from soybean oil, a renewable resource.
- Characteristics: Creamy white color, soft texture, clean-burning, holds fragrance well.
- Benefits: Biodegradable, renewable, supports agriculture, easy to clean up with soap and water.
3. Paraffin Wax:
- Source: Derived from petroleum, a non-renewable fossil fuel.
- Characteristics: White color, odorless, inexpensive, widely used in commercial candles.
- Concerns: Can emit soot and potentially harmful chemicals when burned, non-biodegradable, derived from non-renewable resources.
In summary, beeswax is prized for its natural origin, clean-burning properties, and unique fragrance, while soy wax is favored for its renewable source, clean burn, and ability to hold fragrance. Paraffin wax, on the other hand, is derived from non-renewable resources and may produce soot and potentially harmful chemicals when burned.