- Soy wax is water soluble (No more messy cleanups)
- Soy wax is biodegradable
- Little or no soot is produced from burning soy wax
- No carcinogens are produced from burning soy wax
- Soy wax holds a true scent through the entire burn.
- Soy wax will not discolor your walls or furniture from petroleum byproducts
- Soy is a cooler burning wax, which gives it a 30% – 50% longer burn
- Soy wax supports the American farmer!!
- 8oz jars approx. 70 hours
- 16oz jars approx. 50+ hours
Tips for burning soy container candles:
- Trim wick to 1/4″ to 1/2″ in size before each burn and after 3 hours of continuous burning.
- Burn to a full melt pool, especially on the first burn.
- Never leave burning candle unattended.
- Keep burning candles away from children and pets
- Avoid burning candles in drafty areas.
- Extinguish using a wick dipper/trimmer to avoid wax splatter and smoke.
- Be sure to keep the wick centered to ensure a proper burn.
- Container may become hot to the touch, handle with care.
- Do not use if container becomes cracked or chipped.
Other Soy Candle FAQ’s
Q: Are Soy candles really 100% organic?
A: Soy wax is 100% organic, but all candles contain some form of a synthetic ingredient in them. Although dyes or fragrances are extracted from natural ingredients, they maybe partially synthetic, however, that doesn’t mean that they contain harmful or hazardous solvents. Anyone who tells you that their dyes and fragrances are 100% organic is probably pulling your leg! A truly 100% soy candle is a candle that has no dye and no fragrance.
Q: What are double-scented and triple-scented candles?
A: FAKE! You can only use a certain amount per pound of wax and adding more fragrance oil to the wax can cause it to become dangerous.
Q: Can I use soy candles if I have soy allergies?
A: Most soy allergies involve food additives, so just don’t eat the candle, you will be fine.
Q: My Mel’s Smells candle has white patches or the top is flaky and crater like is there something wrong with my candle?
A: There is nothing wrong with the candle. Because of the organic properties of the candle, white patches, called frosting, and craters occur normally when the wax melts and cools again. Depending upon the temperature we pour our candles this may be a result, but it not affect the quality of the scent throw or burn.
Q: What is a Candle Nose?
A: This is a term used in the candle industry which simply means our brains get used to smells and our perception of scents gets reduced and we may not smell them anymore. This is very obvious with smokers who don’t realize how their homes smell like ashtrays. So, it is not a good idea to burn the same scented candle for long periods because you will stop recognizing the scent. If you switch scents often, you’ll get much more enjoyment from your scented candles.
Body Lotion Soy
Hand & Body Lotion with Soy
Soy is wonderful for the skin! Soy oil, soy protein and shea butter forms a natural breathable barrier on the skin to protect it from pollutants and water dehydration. Soy is rich in natural Vitamin E and is great for the skin. This soy hand & body lotion is light and nourishing without being heavy and greasy!
Great lotion to use for winter skin, and sun tanned skin. Also great for those who are working with paper and cardboard. Paper and Cardboard deplete the natural oils and moisture from your skin.
Tired of using perfume based lotions? This lotion is lightly scented, great smell without being perfumy.
Directions: Use daily after shower, bath or whenever you want to treat your skin to a natural barrier for protection from the sun, water or other harsh elements.
Liquid Hand Soy Soap
Liquid hand soap formulated to clean and condition your skin. Silky and rich with lather.
Ingredients: Deionized water with extracts of Grapefruit, Rice and Rosemary, Sodium C14-16 Olefin Sulfonate, Cocomidopropyl, Cocomide DEA, Sodium Chloride, Citric Acid, Propylene Glycol, Deazolidnyl Urea, Soybean Oil, Soybean Protein, Methly-Propyl Paraben and Aloe Vera Gel, Fragrance, PEG-150 Pentaerythrityl Tetrastearate (and) PEG-6 Caprylic/Capric Glycerides (and) Water