Are you looking to reduce the number of toxic chemicals in your home but not lose that homey candle smell? Introducing our pure, natural candles made with essential oils! These candles are burning so bright right now because they are a much healthier alternative to traditional candles and fill your house with rich aromas and a beautiful glow. Not to mention that each one is handmade and features different scents like lavender and cinnamon.
Why Is It Good To Have Natural Essential Oils In Candles
Natural essential oils have many benefits when used in candles. Firstly, they can provide a pleasant, natural fragrance that can improve the ambiance of a room. Different essential oils have different aromas, so you can choose the one that best suits your preferences or the mood you want to create. For example, lavender essential oil is known for its calming properties, while peppermint essential oil can help to improve concentration and focus.
In addition to providing a pleasant scent, natural essential oils can also have therapeutic benefits when inhaled. For example, the aroma of certain essential oils can help to reduce stress and anxiety, improve sleep, or boost mood. When used in candles, the essential oils are released into the air as the candle burns, allowing you to inhale the therapeutic benefits. This makes natural essential oil candles a great way to naturally improve your well-being and create a relaxing atmosphere in your home.
Pick up one of these beauties today. Here are some best natural essential oil candles.
1. Lemon Essential Oil Candle
Lemon-scented candles are most popular as they smell like a summer day. They smell great and have been shown to have health benefits such as being anti-viral, antiseptic, antispasmodic, and anti-depressant. So while they will not help you get rid of your summer day blues, they will help you keep your home smelling good year-round. It is also important to note that lemon essential oil has antibacterial and antifungal properties that can help keep your home clean and healthy.
It is also important to note that lemon essential oil has antibacterial and antifungal properties that can help keep your home clean and healthy.
The Lemon essential oil candle is one of our top sellers because it smells great. If you are looking for a long-lasting and enjoyable scent, look no further. It also burns very clean at a low temperature, so you do not have to worry about setting the rest of your house on fire.
2. Veda Tinda Scent Scented Candles
The Veda Tinda Scent Scented candle is different than the Lemon essential oil candle because it does not have one specific scent. You will get a variety of scents with this product, including Tea Tree, Eucalyptus, and Peppermint. These smell great and have been shown to relieve headaches, increase focus and relieve muscle pain and tension.
When you purchase the Veda Tinda Scent Scented candle, you will receive a variety of essential oils that have been hand-selected by our experts so that you can enjoy the benefits of each one. Some of these benefits include everything from reducing stress to improving concentration.
3. Essential Elements by Candle-lite Scented Candles
This luxurious 16-ounce Scented candle is the perfect way to create a relaxing, healthy environment in your home. It features a blend of 100 percent pure essential oils, including Bergamot and Frankincense, two of the highest-quality scents. These oils are handmade and come from a company that has been making essential oil blends for 20 years.
The 16-ounce candle also features a solid glass jar (made with recycled glass) that ensures 1,000 hours of fragrant enjoyment. You can also easily remove the lid and pour out an exact amount to get just what you want each time you use it.
When choosing a wicked shape, it is best to understand all available wicks’ essential characteristics. The selection criteria differ according to the diverse needs for other waxes and candle making.
The wax choice depends on what you are trying to achieve. As most candles need to be heavily scented because of their enclosed nature, I use stronger scented waxes. Unscented wax can be used for non-fragranced candles, though. The most significant difference is with color – white or transparent is easy to manage and harder to screw up; colored adds more complexity and needs more consideration when calculating your final volume (and thus price).