Essential oil candles are not only a creative way to perfume you are home but also a unique decorative option if you need to change your atmosphere from time to time. These candles are ideal for relaxation and aromatherapy. In fact, these aromatherapy soy candles are an alternative to traditional wax candles. Many even believe that it has potential positive health benefits, such as killing bacteria like E. coli.
Essential oil candle are all-natural candles extracted from the pure essence of plants. They are used for different purposes and occasions, such as weddings, parties, or holidays. You can also simply use your essential oil candles for lounging at home.
Many scented candle brands offer essential oil candles in their lines. For example, Orchard Harvest has a line of aromatherapy candles with oil types such as citrus spritz, lavender, and orange grapefruit. You can also opt for a Metro Frosted glass to hold your candles and give them another decorative dimension. Orchard Harvest even has smaller "try me" sizes in case you're not sure what you want.
Greenspace also has a line of candles made from essential oils called Pure Aromatherapy that is meant to burn "cleaner" than a synthetic wax candle, which means it leaves less soot in your home. Soy wax candles come in a variety of containers such as candle jars, candle tins, candle squares, and votives. Greenspace scented candles include melon cucumber, gardenia, green tea, Hawaiian pear, mango papaya, pumpkin spice, and dream vanilla. Her pure aromatherapy options include chai chai chai and moon lavender.
You can also find natural candles in other brands such as Aloha Bay, Aromaland, Aura Cacia, The Body Shop, Candle Bay, Earth Friendly, Home Essentials, The Natural, Pure, and Natural, Relaxing Aromatherapy, Serenity, Spearmint, Tranquility, Williams-Sonoma, Yankee Candle, and Zen. However, you don't need to buy your candles. You can make essential oil candles from scratch if you want to give your candles your own unique style.
You can start with an unscented candle and then choose your desired essential oils, many of which can be found in organic or health food specialty stores and stores. You can use a cotton swab or dropper to put the oil on top of the wax, but not on the wick. It may take a bit of trial and error to find out exactly how much oil you will need to get the scent you want.
You can also make the candles you want with soy wax. You can also use beeswax or paraffin, but soy is becoming more and more popular because it is inexpensive and environmentally friendly. Once you find a container you want to use, glue the wick to the bottom. Add the essential oils after the wax is melted and the mixture is evenly distributed. After carefully pouring the wax into the container, let it cool somewhere where it won't spill. In this way, you can have essential oil candles as you like easily.