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What Are The Benefits of Using Soy Wax Instead of Paraffin Wax?

We are often blindsided by the heavenly scents when it comes to purchasing candles. However, do we pay attention to the wax that is used in making these candles? Big brands that hoard all the market space typically use paraffin wax to make their candles which though it is a cost-effective option, is not sustainable in the long run for many reasons.

Soy wax, on the other, is not just an eco-friendly and green option but also has many health benefits. Let’s explore four benefits of using soy wax instead of paraffin wax.

Ingredients

Firstly let’s understand the composition of soy wax versus paraffin wax. Soy wax is made from environmentally friendly, renewable resources compared to classic paraffin wax made from petroleum and are non-renewable. Gentle Glow uses 100% soy wax that is derived from the oil of soybeans.

Burn Time

Soy wax also burns slower than paraffin wax, meaning you get a candle that lasts longer. It also means that you save more money in the long run by purchasing soy wax candles, giving you more bang for your buck.

Clean Burn

All candles emit some black soot while burning, but candles made from soy wax burn cleaner and result in less soot. Also, soy wax for candles makes an excellent fit to carry fragrance without chemical amplifiers. This results in a balanced, accurate scent candle.

Vegan & Eco Friendly

It can take a toll on you if you are vegan and looking for a cruelty-free option for finding a candle. Many candles in the market contain animal ingredients, and some wax can come from beehives, whales and dolphins that can be frustrating to hear. Our soy candles are 100% vegan and do not require any animal products in their production or use. Soy wax is also biodegradable, which makes it an eco friendly option to paraffin wax.

All of the candles at Gentle Glow are made from soy wax and by now you probably understand why! Explore our shop page to view our full collection!

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