2006The Scented
Aroma & Ambiance from Our Castle to Yours
Soy Candles
Hand Poured
in Michigan!!!

Most everyone knows that the main ingredient in today’s candle is paraffin wax.  However, many people
don’t realize that this main ingredient may cause health problems and damage your home.  
Paraffin wax is a petroleum by-product.  It is made from the sludge of the bottom of a barrel of oil that is
bleached and texturized with a chemical called acrolein.  When burned, paraffin wax emits carcinogens
and soot into the air of your home.  These same toxins are also produced by burning diesel fuel.  The soot is
electrically charged and bonds itself to the surfaces of your home, making it close to impossible to remove.

The American Lung Association has warned consumers of unhealthy indoor air quality
due to burning paraffin candles.

Not only is your health affected, but the health of your children and pets, too.

There is a solution—an Aroma and Ambiance Alternative
Soy Candles offer a cleaner, safer and healthier alternative to burning candles in your home.
Made from soy wax, which is hydrogenated soybean oil, soy candles have many advantages
over paraffin wax candles.

Soy wax burns slower and cooler.  This helps to distribute fragrance faster.  It also
makes the candle last 50% longer.
Soy wax produces less soot.  Approximately 90% less soot than paraffin candles,
making it a clean burning candle.
Soy wax is a 100% vegetable by-product, not a petroleum by-product.
It’s Non-Toxic, Bio-Degradable, and Environmentally Safe.
Soy is a renewable resource that grows on American soil.  It supports our nation’s
economy and farmers.  Paraffin wax is not renewable and supports foreign oil
companies.  When crude oil prices go up, eventually so will paraffin wax candle prices.
Soy wax is water soluble.  It is difficult to remove paraffin wax spills from furniture or
fabrics.  Soy wax spills can be cleaned up easily with hot soapy water.  You can even
easily clean out your soy wax candle container and reuse it for whatever you wish.