Posts by Christine Flores

Are Scented Candles Toxic?

There’s nothing like hitting a wall of seasonal scents when walking into a store like Yankee Candle- weather you love it or hate it, the experience is sure to leave an impression. But are these scented candles toxic? We’re asked that question often. We’re also asked why we don’t add scents to our beeswax candles…

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Recycle Beeswax? We do it!

With Fall knocking on the door, it is the time of year for candles to be back out in your living spaces and in use. With that in mind, we wanted to remind everyone what we offer in place of tossing out your unused beeswax candle remnants. While this post was originally published back in…

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Getting Artsy with Beeswax

Deep golden hues, a smooth, flawless finish, and a bright, warm glow are just a few reasons we find beeswax candles beautiful. But beeswax has even more stunning potential aside from candles. Can you imagine painting with beeswax? What about making jewelry? Some amazing artists are using beeswax to create works of art that we…

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The Hidden Dangers of Imported Beeswax

Beeswax is growing in popularity, and we couldn’t be happier about it! We love “bee-ing” among the first to reach the summit of this great trend but, from our vantage point, we’ve seen some things we’d rather unsee. Things we want to warn you about. Whether you’re sourcing wholesale beeswax for your own business or…

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How I Fell in Love With Artisan Candles

From craft bakeries to bespoke jeans, handcrafted goods have taken off. I chuckle when our beeswax candles are credited as being part of this craze because it seems to me we’ve been handcrafting these artisan candles before handcrafting was cool. To be completely honest, many who have witnessed us sweating (and sometimes weeping) through the…

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How You Can Help Save The Bees

Honeybees carry a heavy responsibility in our society. These little girls pollinate over a third of our food supply, support the reproduction of 90% of wild flowering plants, and create honey, which yielded $5.7 million in the first half of 2016 through U.S. honey exports alone. They do so much for us, so what can…

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