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Q- How long does it take to prepare and ship an order?

A-In stock items will be shipped within 2-3 days. Backordered can will be 2-3 weeks. Once shipped, general time frame for delivery is 4-7 days.


Q-Do you have a store front?

A-Currently we do not. However, if you “contact us” with a local order (St. Johns, MI) we can wave the shipping cost and set up a time for your products to be picked up.


Q-Can I request a certain scent/ fragrance?

A-Yes, we have many suppliers and typically can match which scent you are look for. There would be a minimum order per scent, of either candles and/ or melts.


Q-What is cold throw and hot throw?

A-Cold throw is what the products smells like as it sits unused. Hot throw is how the product smells when in use.


Q-How do I special order products (wedding, birthday, events, etc.)?

A- Contact us via email (contact us form) and briefly describe your event, quantity and any details. We will work with you from there on jars, scents, labels, etc.


Why Choose A 100% Non-Dyed Soy Candles?

100% Soy Waxes are made from soybean oil. The soybean oil is separated from the beans by use of a mechanical press or by using a solvent to extract the oil. The primary step in making soy wax is a process called hydrogenation. Basically, the soybean oil is treated with a hydrogen solution that causes the oil to solidify and create wax. Soy wax is a natural product that has these general properties:

  • Non-Toxic - meaning that soy wax is not poisonous.

  • Made of 100% soybean oil.

  • Clean-burning fuel source - meaning soy wax meets several requirements under federal regulations that classify it as clean-burning.

  • Colorless - meaning the wax itself does not contain any color and typically appears opaque.

Soy Blends Candle manufacturers who advertise that their candles are produced from soy wax may not be using just soy wax.  Unless the label states 100% Soy Wax, most soy candles blend their wax with paraffin wax.  This will make the candle burn faster and adding paraffin wax will negate the health benefits of the soy wax.  Adding paraffin wax helps to cut the soy wax so it’s not as expensive to make the candle.  The consumer rarely knows this inferior wax is being added to the soy candle. 


Paraffin wax is a less desirable candle wax and is not considered a clean-burning candle. Paraffin wax is a petroleum industrial waste byproduct. When the wax is heated up it gives off carcinogenic soot that emits into the air.  Many people end up having headaches, respiratory system issues like coughing, and asthma-like symptoms.  Candles that contain paraffin wax are not recommended for people with asthma.  Paraffin wax also emits black carcinogenic soot that accumulates in your house, on your appliances, and in your upholstery. The soot can cause respiratory problems and will aggravate the conditions of those who already have asthma, lung, or heart problems.


Artificially colored candles are a strong indicator that the candles are not clean-burning candles.  Candles that add artificial coloring can be harmful to your health. Coal tar dyes are artificial coloring agents made by combining various aromatic hydrocarbons like toluene, xylene, and benzene; all of which are obtained from the distillation of bituminous coal. Coal tars are also made from petroleum distillates (gas). This is what is being emitted into your breathing air as you burn an unclean candle.

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