Yankee Candle

Soy or Beeswax Candles, What are you looking for?

There’s no doubt about it, we love candles in our home, our office, our bath, our kitchen, even in our garage.

So if you were to ask us, “What’s the difference between Soy candles & Beeswax candles?”,
We would start by saying this; “Both candles are similar in a number of ways, but vary with the consumer’s purpose and price point. As Soy as a natural gift from a plant instead of a worker bee’s honey and Beeswax has its own for medicinal purposes.
However, rest assured that if you choose either type of candle you’ve made a good choice because these are the only two natural substances candles are made from that are pure, clean burning and contain no paraffin.

I know some of you might say, “I was hoping for a little more info”. Well in that case here you go, it breaks down like this:

Soy candles cost significantly less (5 times) than 100% Beeswax candles.
Beeswax candles have greater oil retention making for longer lasting fragrances in your home.
Soy candles are less difficult and less time consuming to harvest, thus consuming less energy.
Beeswax candles are great for those with allergies, it has medicinal purposes.
Soy candles are derived from the soybean, they have the approval of vegetarians and vegans.
Beeswax candles are said to further build the immune system, over time, by emitting negative ions that clean the air in your home.
Soy candles are perfect for households with children, Soy wax is water soluble which makes spills easy clean-up with soap & water.
Beeswax candles have a slightly longer burn time.
Soy candles are renowned for not putting as much soot into the air, more practical for the environment.

Whichever candle you choose you’ll be filling your home with pure scents that will evoke
memories of the past, fill your spaces with light and warm your soul with pleasant scents that will make your home unique and inviting.

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