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Beeswax Candles to Stimulate Your Senses

Beeswax Candles

Today, candles mark romance, define ceremony, symbolize celebration, and accent decor.

Beeswax burn nearly twice as long as commercially produced paraffin and will not drip or smoke the way their toxic counterparts do. Natural beeswax is far and away the most pleasant and cleanest material.

Obviously bees really know their stuff!

A little-known fact about beeswax candles is that beeswax is a fuel that, when burned, emits negative ions. Like a negatively charged rain-storm event, negative ions attach to positively charged ions that are holding dust, molds and other contaminants airborne and cause them to disseminate.

Kept free from excessive drafts, natural beeswax will burn evenly right down to the end, producing a quality of flame superior to other kinds of candles.

Studies have shown that the spectrum of light emitted from a burning beeswax is almost identical to that of sunlight!

Below are a few tips that will help your candles perform better, and give you a more pleasurable light experience.

  • The first time you light the wick burn it for one hour perinch in diameter. This will prevent the wax from burning that big tunnel in the middle, while leaving the sides unburned.
  • You should keep the wick trimmed to one-quarter inch, to help prevent smoking.
  • To prevent fading you should avoid placing them in direct sunlight.
  • Store in a cool, dry place.
  • To easily remove votive wax from their holders, place them (cooled) in the freezer. The wax will pop out, when the wax is frozen. Or you may simply add a teaspoon of water in the holders before lighting.
  • Never leave burning candles unattended.
  • Keep out of the reach of children and pets.
  • Place on a sturdy, appropriate size, non-flammable holder.
  • Never burn completely. Always dispose of the candle when it burns to within one inch of the holder or base. This can cause the container to crack, and debris could ignite.
  • You should also remove all labels prior to lighting the wick.

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