Fragrances - All fragrances are highly fragrance oils from the USA and guaranteed to be 100% Phthalate free. These oils are carefully tested for use in soy candles and most are suitable for use in soap and body products.
- Angel Wings
- Bergamot & Ylang Ylang
- Black Raspberry & Vanilla
- Champagne & Roses
- Chocolate Vanilla *
- Cinnamon & Vanilla
- Clean Linen
- Coconut Fig
- Coconut & Lime
- Frankincense & Myrrh
- French Lavender
- French Pear
- Ginger Lime
- Honey, Milk & Oatmeal
- Lemon Cheesecake
- Lemon Peel
- Orange Vanilla
- Pineapple & Mango
- Peony Rose
- Salted Caramel
- Sandalwood & Musk
- Sensual Amber
- White Mistletoe
- White Tulip
- Ylang Ylang
- Ylang Ylang & Rose *
*- are hand mixed fragrances. These may vary with each batch.
Deliciously Devine Fragrance – Chocolate, Anjou Pear, Cinnamon & Vanilla
Artison Candle – is a candle with decorations in clear wax at the bottom of the candle.
PLEASE NOTE: a white layer of soy wax will always be on top of the clear wax to minimise colour bleed from the main coloured wax.
Plain Candle - means plain or coloured wax. eg: one plain wax, full colour or tie dye.
NOTE: two or more colours will be price on request.
Frosting - Frosting is a natural characteristic of soy, and is part of the soy experience! It is not a flaw, and it is strictly unique to pure soy candles. Often times it is called the "bloom." Frosting does not affect the scent throw or the burning properties of the candle. You can safely burn a candle with a bloom without worry. Frosting is a particular crystal growth of vegetable oils. It will cause the candle to look dry, which is simply a characteristic of that crystal structure, but has nothing to do with the candle "drying out".
It is almost impossible to stop the soy wax from blooming. It's just one of the beautiful and natural features of this wonderful wax.
Wet Spotting - The term “wet spots” in candle making refers to the spots or patches in container candles that appear to have air, or a wet spot showing through the glass or transparent container and the candle wax. Wet spots are extremely common and are one of the most common complaints among candle makers. However, wet spots will not inhibit the functionality of your candle, just the aesthetic appeal.
Refilling - We refill previously used jars at the price of the wax and labour.
If you have a specific vessel, you would like filled, we can fill most vessels.
Price to refill: $6.00 per 100ml of wax
Note Pricing - Pricing may vary due to
international exchange rates on
does not include postage.
up to 3kg via std parcel post $6.00
up to 5kg $12.00
5kg and over, P.O.A
Why Soy Wax
#1 Soy candles are natural since they’re made from vegetable oil (soybeans). On the other hand, paraffin candles are made from petroleum oil. As a result, soy wax candles do not increase the CO2 level in the atmosphere like paraffin candles do. Furthermore, soy candles do not require chemicals to scent them.
#2 Soy candles burn 50% longer than regular candles. Therefore, even though soy wax candles are sometimes more expensive than paraffin wax candles to buy, they are still more cost-effective in the long run.
Soy not only burns cleaner, but slower too. A soy candle can burn up to twice as long (sometimes even more!) than parafin, giving you twice the candle.
#3 Soy candles burn cleaner than regular paraffin candles do. As a result, they don’t produce much black soot like paraffin candles do. Candle soot is more of a nuisance than you might realize. If you burn a lot of candles, over time it can discolor your walls & furniture and stain the edges of your carpet!
#4 Soy candles are non-toxic since they are made of vegetable oil, have a lower melting point (so the wax itself doesn’t get as hot), produce negligible amounts of soot, and release no known carcinogens into the air. Compared to paraffin candles, soy wax candles are much healthier for humans, pets, and the environment. Plus, they clean up easier (just use soap and water) when the wax is spilled.
#5 The scent from soy candles is much stronger and more pleasant than the scent from paraffin wax candles. Because of the lower melting point of soy wax, there is a larger amount of the liquid wax pool around the candle wick itself. It is from this liquid wax pool and the wick itself that the essential oils evaporate into the atmosphere.