Sensual Rose Candle
It's difficult to create a candle that does more good than harm when you burn it. Most scented candles are a huge source of indoor air pollution, giving off chemicals that are considered just as dangerous as second-hand cigarette smoke. This is not only due to the harmful chemicals found in paraffin wax (a product of the potrochemical industry very similar to diesel) but also the products chosen to colour and scent the candles.
In response, we've looked back to centuries-old chandlers' recipes and created a candle which is not only non-toxic but also purifies the air as it burns. Using our natural soapmaking methods, we've combined pure beeswax and tallow with essential oils, natural clay and rose petals to provide added colour and fragrance to this little light-giving treat.
- Cera Alba (Beeswax)
- Rose Petals
- Pure Essential Oils
- Pink Clay
- Cranberry Fruit Powder.
Use candles with care!
- Place candle on a heat-proof surface before lighting.
- Never leave a candle unattended.
- Never burn a candle on or near anything that can catch fire. Keep burning candles away from furniture, drapes, bedding, carpets, books, paper, flammable decorations, etc.
- Keep candles out of the reach of children and pets. Do not place lighted candles where they can be knocked over by children, pets or anyone else.
- Never touch or move a candle while it is burning or while the wax is liquefied.
- Don’t burn a candle all the way down. For a margin of safety, discontinue burning a candle when 1/2 inch remains in the container or 2 inches if using a pillar candle.
- Place burning candles at least three inches apart from one another. This is to make sure they don’t melt one another, or create their own drafts that will cause the candles to burn improperly.
- Extinguish a candle if the flame becomes too high or flickers repeatedly. Let the candle cool, trim the wick, and check for unwanted drafts before re-lighting.
- Never use a candle as a night light or while you may fall asleep.
- Be very careful if using candles during a power outage. Flashlights and other battery-powered lights are safer sources of light during a power failure. Never use a candle during a power outage to look for things in a closet, or when fueling equipment – such as a lantern or kerosene heater.