Soy Pillar Candles

We create them. Some for our display and we do create based on special request. We do not make boring ones.

Candle Burn-time Calculator

Generally, smaller candles such as votives with smaller wicks will burn at a rate of 7-9 hours per ounce of wax used. For example, a two ounce votive may be expected to burn for 14-18 hours. Larger candles with larger wicks will consume wax at a faster rate. The larger wicks can be expected to yield 5-7 hours per ounce of wax used. So, a 16 ounce canning jar, which actually holds only about 12 ounces of wax (by weight), could be expected to burn anywhere from 60-84 hours.

What does this mean…. a 3″ diameter 4″ Tall Pillar should burn for 60-84 hours.

If you have extra wax left over, if you buy if from me. And you are local. Bring what is left to me, and I will create what ever I can and you can pick it back up. No cost to you, it is just part of my service.

We create natural soy candles and soap. We will be back soon,  you will find us at

Full Throttle Magazine Biker Nights  https://www.facebook.com/FLFTMag/

Our new website….. FLsoycandles.com

On Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AestheticCandles

 

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Vanilla

In the early 1990s, perfume makers began to introduce vanilla as a significant note in their fragrances.

Vanilla-based fragrances have tended to remind us of pleasant childhood memories associated with the smell of vanilla, its comforting milky warmth.

Vanilla is associated not only with warmth, softness and caring, but also has connotations of purity and simplicity.

So as Aesthetic Candles make are come back…

French vanilla..This pleasurable blend of rich cream, tiny hints of rum with butter is tantalizing to the senses.

Jamaican Vanilla Cafe  a harmony of rich roasted Jamaican coffee and sweet vanilla beans making this scent a delightful temptation.

Vanilla Lavender a relaxing and tranquil scent that is also unique and memorable.  A well-rounded combination of fresh lavender, fresh vanilla beans, with orange zests and patchouli.

Sweet Pea Vanilla  a harmonious blend of ripe red berries, juicy bing cherries, floral sweet pea, and sweet creamy coconut drizzled with vanilla create the recipe for this decadent treat.

Warm Vanilla Sugar a warm vanilla aroma with a musky back note.

Vanilla Blossoms a harmonious blend of French vanilla, fresh air notes and summer flowers.  Vanilla blossom fragrance begins with top notes of dewy fresh air, coconut cream, and ripe pineapple;  followed by middle notes of ylang ylang, star jasmine, and Moroccan roses;  sitting on base notes of French vanilla, Egyptian musk, and exotic sandalwood.

We create natural soy candles and soap. We will be back soon,  you will find us at

Full Throttle Magazine Biker Nights  https://www.facebook.com/FLFTMag/

Our new website….. FLsoycandles.com

On Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AestheticCandles

Lemongrass and Eucalyptus Soy Candles

Super bright with hints of green and citrus, this blend will help you take control of your emotions and choose to be happy now!

Lemongrass & Eucalyptus makes an effective, nontoxic insect repellent.

Aesthetic Candles

Florida Soy Candles
Our New Web Site
The Soy Wax that we use
Manufactured from renewable sources!
100% Plant-Based!
All Natural!
Sustainable and Biodegradable!
Free of animal residue!
Free of petroleum products!
Free of animal products!
Free of insect products!
The Fragrances we use contain none of the bad stuff. Meaning contain NO, NONE of the Phthalates used in fragrance oils, known as DEP (Diethyl Phthalate), are solventsused to extend the aromatic strength of the candle fragrance oil. DEP has been found to be non-toxic in skin products and candles.
We use Cotton Wicks and Eco friendly Coloring
Aesthetic Candles is your best choice for #Natural #Soy Candles

Where to find us

This can vary,

The Hernando County Farmers Market – Saturdays 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM {rain or shine}
Local, handmade soap, heirloom vegetable plants & herbs, heirloom seeds, homemade healthy dog food & treats, fresh produce, organic produce, handmade crafts, homemade pastries, cookies bread, local honey and lots, lots more! Over 70 vendors. Including of course Natural Soy Candles #soycandles
https://www.facebook.com/HCFarmersMarket/Full Throttle Magazine Vendor Events.

https://www.facebook.com/search/events/?q=florida

June 23rd

Full Throttle Summer Bash w/ Maiden Cane

12:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Peggys Corral
4511 US Highway 41 N, Palmetto, Florida 34221

Full Throttles Palm Harbor Thunder On The Coast

Sunday at 12 PM – 6 PM

2706 Palm Harbor Blvd, Palm Harbor, FL 34683-2639

 

 

Bay Rum Soy Candles

This is a spicy, cultural blend of crushed cloves, cinnamon sticks, patchouli, and crisp pine needles, with a sweet orange freshness.

Top Notes:  orange, apple
Mid Notes:  cinnamon, clove, cool mint
Base Notes:  pine, cedarwood, vanilla, musk, patchouli

 

Aesthetic Candles

Florida Soy Candles
Our New Web Site
The Soy Wax that we use
Manufactured from renewable sources!
100% Plant-Based!
All Natural!
Sustainable and Biodegradable!
Free of animal residue!
Free of petroleum products!
Free of animal products!
Free of insect products!
The Fragrances we use contain none of the bad stuff. Meaning contain NO, NONE of the Phthalates used in fragrance oils, known as DEP (Diethyl Phthalate), are solventsused to extend the aromatic strength of the candle fragrance oil. DEP has been found to be non-toxic in skin products and candles.
We use Cotton Wicks and Eco friendly Coloring
Aesthetic Candles is your best choice for #Natural #Soy Candles
Where to find us

This can vary,

The Hernando County Farmers Market – Saturdays 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM {rain or shine}
Local, handmade soap, heirloom vegetable plants & herbs, heirloom seeds, homemade healthy dog food & treats, fresh produce, organic produce, handmade crafts, homemade pastries, cookies bread, local honey and lots, lots more! Over 70 vendors. Including of course Natural Soy Candles #soycandles
https://www.facebook.com/HCFarmersMarket/

Full Throttle Magazine Vendor Events.

https://www.facebook.com/search/events/?q=florida

June 23rd

Full Throttle Summer Bash w/ Maiden Cane

12:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Peggys Corral
4511 US Highway 41 N, Palmetto, Florida 34221

Full Throttles Palm Harbor Thunder On The Coast

Sunday at 12 PM – 6 PM

2706 Palm Harbor Blvd, Palm Harbor, FL 34683-2639

Coming back soon Lemongrass Kiwi Cassis Soy Candles

Lemongrass Kiwi Cassis is a refreshing and uplifting fragrance that begins with top notes of fresh lemon pulp, orange rinds and tropical kiwi; middle notes of eucalyptus, cassis, green tea, and bamboo; well-rounded with base notes of cedarwood.

Top Notes:  Lemon, Lemongrass, Juicy Apple, Kiwi, orange zest, kiwi
Mid Notes:  Bamboo Leaves, Island Gardenia, Hyacinth, cassis, eucalyptus, green tea
Base Notes:  Melon Blossom, Water Lily, Musk, cedar, vanilla

Aesthetic Candles

The creator of Organic Soy Candles and more

 Address: 5716 Kenwood Drive, New Port Richey, FL 34652

Email: robiewaterwth@gmail.com

Phone: 727-255-1500

WHY DOES THE WAX A CANDLE IS MADE of Matter

What is wax anyway?

Ask the science textbook, and you’ll find that wax is a flammable, carbon-containing solid that becomes liquid when heated above room temperatures; in short, it’s the fuel for the candle flame. As the flame gets hot, molten wax is vaporized and combusted—producing heat and light.

Paraffin is the most commonly used candle wax today. Beeswax, soy wax, palm wax, gels, and synthesized waxes are also used in candle-making for the U.S. market, as are blends of waxes. Waxes burn with a yellow flame due to the presence of carbon.

How do they make candle wax?
For most of recorded history candles were tallow (a by-product of beef-fat rendering) and beeswax until the mid 1800s at which point they were made mainly from spermaceti (spurring larger demand for whale oil), and stearin (initially manufactured from animal fats but now produced almost exclusively from palm waxes).

Virtually any kind of oil can be made into a wax; the question is: what is the best one for making candles?

How did they make candles in the Middle Ages?
Middle Ages. Most early Western cultures relied primarily on candles rendered from animal fat (tallow). A major improvement came in the Middle Ages, when beeswax candles were introduced in Europe. Unlike animal-based tallow, beeswax burned pure and cleanly, without producing a smoky flame.

What about candle waxes?

The earliest wax candles are thought to have been created around 5000 BC by the Egyptians, who dipped papyrus reeds in Beeswax (produced by honey bees). Since then, alongside beeswax, a number of other waxes have come to be popular for candle-making, namely: Paraffin Wax (derived directly from petroleum), Palm Wax (derived from palm oil), Soy Wax (derived from soybean oil).

The main factors that led to the usage of these waxes: ease of production, low costs, pleasant aesthetic, good scent properties, and effective burning.

 Why don’t we use one of these waxes?

You’ll notice that sustainability did not feature in that list of key candle-wax properties. When we came to sourcing a wax for our candles, we put sustainability on equal footing with other wax properties, and found a frustrating picture.

Paraffin wax may be very low cost and known for its wonderful burning and scent properties, but as a product of the oil industry it is the very definition of unsustainable(the sludge left in the pipes when they are done making gasoline. Paraffin wax, colourless or white, somewhat translucent, hard wax consisting of a mixture of solid straight-chain hydrocarbons ranging in melting point from about 48° to 66° C (120° to 150° F). Paraffin wax is obtained from petroleum by dewaxing light lubricating oil stocks.

Further recent studies, such as this 2009 study by South Carolina State University, have shown that burning paraffin candles indoors can create unhealthy airborne chemicals. So that’s not going to work for us.

Paraffin-based candles emitted toxic chemicals like toluene and benzene. The soot/fumes are similar to that released from a diesel engine and can be as dangerous as second-hand cigarette smoke. This can contribute to serious respiratory issues like asthma.

Palm Wax was initially heralded as the holy grail of the candle industry. With a pleasant, aesthetic, ‘feathered’ effect, and a similar burn quality as that of paraffin, palm wax was once viewed as the sustainable solution to paraffin use. However, a 2009 investigation by the Economist (“The other oil spill”) discovered that, even with the creation of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), deforestation practices were rampant and endangering many species of animals as demand for palm wax skyrocketed. Even today, it’s considered almost impossible to source truly sustainable palm oil products. This is why I do not use Palm Candle Wax.

Today’s featured oil Arborvitae

Description

Known as the “tree of life,” Arborvitae is majestic in size and abundant in unique benefits. Our arborvitae essential oil is sourced from the heartwood of the Thuja plicata tree. It is also known as Western Red Cedar and is native to North America (primarily Canada and the Northwestern United States). This unique source of arborvitae essential oil contains a distinct chemical profile and is uniquely concentrated in methyl thujate.

Aromatic Description

Woody, warm, earthy

Extraction Method:

Steam Distillation

Plant Part

Wood

Main Constituents

Methyl thujate

Are you looking for a natural but effective household cleaner?

  • Mix with water and another antiseptic oil, if desired, to create a powerful cleaning agent.
  • Diffuse to create an air freshener that can fight airborne bacteria, promoting a clean atmosphere with a bright, fresh scent.
  • Use to clean and polish wood surfaces and floors to clean and preserve the wood, adding a soft luster that can make those surfaces look like new.  Even the hardest, toughest woods will brighten right up.  Mix 4 drops of Arborvitae essential oil and 2 drops of Lemon essential oil with Olive Oil for a natural wood preservative and polish.
  • It can also be a natural way to protect clothes from moths, which are not fond of its scent.   Adding a few drops of the oil to water (not oil, so as not to inadvertently soil the clothing you are trying to protect) and rubbing into wood coat hangers can help keep your clothes in storage moth-free, without the nasty smell of mothballs.

Do you want to restore some luster to your skin?

Topical use: Apply one to two drops to desired area. Dilute with a carrier oil, such as Sweet Almond, Grapeseed  or Coconut Oil to minimize any skin sensitivity.

  • Add to a skin lotion or moisturizer to promote healthy, glowing skin. Apply directly to the skin, or mix with a moisturizer or lotions, to promote healthier, better-looking skin.  This oil penetrates deep into pores and delivering moisture to your skin, and its natural cleaning agents help keep your skin bright and clear.
  • This oil can also be applied to skin blemishes to reduce their appearance and help them clear more quickly.  Its natural cleaning properties reduce the amount of dead skin and other detritus on skin, helping avoid unwanted blemishes, and may even lessen the appearance of scarring.

Are you constantly plagued by mosquitos?

  • Combine with water and spray as an insect repellant.  This can be accomplished by either spraying onto clothing or by making a larger batch and mixing into garden mulch.

Diffusion: Use three to four drops in the diffuser of your choice.

Use during meditation for a sense of peace and calm.

Where can you buy this? From us, Aesthetic Candles.

We offer this in a 5 ml bottle (100 drops) or 1 ml bottle (20 drop)

Aesthetic Candles, the creator of organic soy candles.

email us at: robiewaterwth@gmail.com or call or text 727-255-1500

We are located at 5716 Kenwood Drive, New Port Richey, FL 34652

 

Arborvitae Essential Oil Safety

Arborvitae essential oil is not recommended for ingestion, as some of its chemical components are toxic to humans.  Excessive inhalation may result in irritation of the lungs or respiratory tract, so users should avoid constantly diffusing over long periods of time.   Arborvitae oil is likely to irritate the skin if applied directly in a high concentration; dilute with a carrier oil or lotion prior to topical use in order to minimize the risk of irritating sensitive skin.  The use of essential oils should not be substituted for any prescribed medication for any medical condition, and should not be used against the advice of a medical practitioner.