Sunday, December 7, 2014

Almond Biscotti Soy Christmas Candle

My new Almond Biscotti Soy Christams Candle.

Come check out my ETSY website to order your's before Christmas.

Friday, December 5, 2014

New holiday candles

I created some new Christmas scents this year. Come check out my ETSY site to place your order to receive in time for the Holidays.

Friday, January 30, 2009

Where does Soy come from?

Soy comes from soybeans. Soybeans are an easy-to-grow, warm weather crop that have recently become a favorite of home gardeners. Farmers grow them in fields. Typically, beans planted during early May have the best yield potential. Soybeans need a minimum soil temperature of 55 to 60o Fahrenheit to germinate.

Thursday, January 29, 2009

All about Soy Wax

Natural wax is actually one of the most interesting things that you can find from nature. This is because people are actually going for products that are pure, real and natural and not something concocted in a Petri dish in a laboratory. The market is filled with products that are synthetic and that is why natural wax is more preferred over other types of wax that are sold in the market. Soy wax is also a very good wax to use because it comes straight from nature. One does not need to make use of chemicals and other synthetic materials to come up with soy wax. See, this natural ingredient is also renewable so nature continues to produce this natural wax. To be able to get soy wax, there are farmers who plant soy beans, which, as we all know, is totally natural. When the soy beans grow and are then ready for harvest, the farmers then pick the ready soy beans and these are often sold to companies or small businesses which produce the natural wax from the soy beans. Using natural wax like soy wax is something that people should practice because it does help local farmers. See, when people use this natural wax, this means that the farmers who do produce the soy beans get a good amount of income because people patronize what they grow. Just so you know though, despite the fact that all soy wax come from soy beans, there are still different types of this natural wax. For example, there are those which have been made using more soy and a lesser amount of oil. There are also those which got a less amount of soy and more oil to make the natural wax. Though the difference may not be easily seen with the naked eye, it all depends on how you actually plan on using the natural wax. See, there are natural waxes which can help diffuse fragrance better while there are those which can absorb color dyes added. It is important that you know what kind of soy wax or natural wax you are going to use given the reasons above. See, you may only get disappointed when the natural wax that you choose does not work as you expected it to be just because it has different properties. You can make natural candles and spa candles using the various natural waxes that are available in the market right now.

But Why Should I Choose SOY Candles?

Soy Wax is thicker and softer than paraffin wax. All natural soybean wax is so soft that it can be scooped with a spoon. This softness and thickness is a little hint to the fact that soy candles burn 30% longer on average than traditional candles.
Soy Wax is biodegradable. If an accident occurs and hot wax is spilled on your countertop, it can easily be cleaned up with soap and water. Jars can be reused by rinsing them out and placing in the dishwasher.