5 Toxin free Eco Candles You Need This Fall
5 Toxin-free Eco Candles You Need This Fall
Where to find the perfect candle for you that’s also perfect for your health?
Candles can be carcinogenic, add to the fact that some wicks are made with lead, and you’ve got a dangerous decoration. Candles that are safe for you and the environment are made with 100 percent soy, beeswax, coconut wax, hemp oil, or some combination, as long as they don’t contain paraffin.
These online shops sell perfect candles made with non-toxic wax, safe for you to burn all season long.
Avandi is a brooklyn based contemporary design studio, and while they only design one kind of candle, it is 100% beeswax, and perfect for when you want your candle stick to shine. Easily-moldable, you can reform the tip continuously throughout burning. Great for minimalist homes.
Woodlot is a company that sells 100% handmade candles. With its origins steeped in family tradition, Team Woodlot keeps future generations in mind. That's why each Woodlot candle is handmade with care using clean-burning, petroleum-free coconut wax. And why all its body products are made in small batches with specially-selected ingredients from near and afar.
This candle is the whole package, from being handmade locally with 100% soy, to using package that is plantable, you’ll have fresh smells all day long. Not only do they come in scents such as Sweet Earth: caramelized brown sugar, and sweet fig, they donate 10% of annual sales to Lori's Daughter Foundation which helps women of all ages who find themselves in difficult or trying life situations.
4: Brooklyn Candle Studio
These handmade soy candles complement all styles of the home. A small business but growing you can find the candles made with phthalate-free fragrances and essential oils, in stores like Urban outfitters to Whole Foods.
5: Honest Company
Honest not only makes toxin-free body care products, but produce beautiful signature handcrafted soy candles. NO synthetic fragrances or perfumes, 100% unbleached cotton wicks, and a re-usable tumbler. They make the perfect gift, or you can keep them for yourself, we don’t blame you.
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