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Paraffin and Soy Candles VS. Beeswax Candles

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Paraffin and Soy Candles VS. Beeswax Candles
With the Christmas season on the horizon, people have already started shopping for various decorations and creative interior solutions. Candles are one of the most popular home decor items that form an integral part of many events ranging from family parties to romantic dates. They come in many shapes, sizes, and scents - each with their own benefits and negatives. Choosing the right type of candle is important, but it’s difficult to know where to begin. Below, we outline the reasons why you should choose Beeswax candles over the mass-produced paraffin, or soy alternatives.

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8 best ways to re-purpose beeswax candle scraps

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8 best ways to re-purpose beeswax candle scraps
Finished burning your beeswax candle? If you’re feeling creative and want to re-purpose the leftover wax, there are plenty of ways to create new items using beeswax pillar candle scraps. The benefit of recycling beeswax is that you don’t require a substantial amount of beeswax to create new products. Due to the dense texture of beeswax, it makes a brilliant type of lubricant that can be used for many purposes.

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Beeswax Pillar Candles vs Soy Candles: Does the Type of Wax Matter?

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Candles and the sense of smell are, perhaps, one of the most underrated elements of relaxation. A simple aroma of the right fragrance can provide a comforting and pleasant form of relaxation. Candles are easily available on the market; however, the difference lies in the type of wax used in the candles you purchase. Many consumers are unaware of the drastic differences the type of wax can have on the light, aroma and burning time, among others.

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10 Reasons to Replace Paraffin Candles With Beeswax Pillar Candles

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Lighting a scented candle after a long day is one of the best ways to lift our mood. However, many scented pillar candles available in the market are made from paraffin wax. As paraffin is not a clean-burning fuel source, it actually pollutes the air around us. In order to avoid the long-term harmful effects of paraffin wax candles, candle lovers need to replace it with something more sustainable and eco-friendlier. One such great alternative to paraffin pillar candles is Beeswax Pillar Candles. These candles are not only loved for their natural look, but also have a number reasons for being the perfect choice for clean-burning candles.

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8 Environmental and Sustainable Benefits of Beeswax Candles

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Beeswax candles are one of the most popular types of wax candles, due to their natural creator – honeybees. Behind many reasons for choosing Beeswax over other types of candle, there are also several environmental and health-related benefits from using beeswax candles. Below we’ve outlined eight of these key benefits (although there are many more)!

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