Vegan Candles, yes they do exist!

Personally, I love candles they’re great as gifts and they are also great to set the mood and fill my home all year round with light and pleasant aromas.

The problem is that most brands use paraffin or beeswax and stearic acid, produced from animal fat in their candles.

Although most candles contain animal products, vegan candles are easy to find.

There are some brands making non-toxic, cruelty-free candles with high-quality essential oils. The one I love to use is produced locally near me by a certified aromatherapist called Kasia, and her husband. Kasia is the co-founder of LUMINESSENCE NATURALS and she makes the essential oils and creates the delicious aromas. 

They are a small business that sells mostly locally in the UK but they also export to other countries. Their candles are luxurious and smell deliciously.

Why choose 100% Natural Soy Candles with pure essential oils?

Soy candles are made from soybeans, derived from a Eco-friendly natural and renewable source. Plus soy wax is also biodegradable.

A candle made from soy wax burns cleaner and they are also non-toxic. When using Natural Soy Candles rather than paraffin-based candles you avoid breathing in toxic smoke or chemicals.

Soy candles typically last longer, you may pay more initially, but you won’t have to buy new candles as often.

The Luminessence Naturals Soy Candles contain the highest percentage of the best quality essential oils. Each Soy Candle is 100% Natural, ethically sourced & hand poured with absolutely no artificial ingredients. They not tested on animals, they are Vegan, Paraben & Chemical free.

Whether is to relax or lift your mood use eco-friendly, vegan candles ?? and relax without the worry of any chemical nasties polluting your home ?

Let me know if you knew about soy candles and if you have any thoughts or recommendations 🙂

(*Although I talk about a specific brand this post was NOT sponsored *)



5 thoughts on “Vegan Candles, yes they do exist!

  1. SueT唐 梦 琇

    I always buy soy candies. Thanks for your post. I didn’t know about the acid in non-soy candles. Much appreciated.

  2. Brad Nixon

    That’s fascinating. Not something I’d ever considered. I’ll pass this along.

  3. the island vegan

    Great post. I try to buy only locally made soy candles, not the ones in stores with junk in them. I also want to learn to make them myself but keep procrastinating!

  4. Lane Beck | Travel Inspire Connect

    Thanks for reminding us to be mindful in all our activities including purchases. Not everyone has the means, but I think it is important to purchase and support sustainable and ethical products and services from people and brands whose values align with yours!

Leave a Reply ? Deixa um Comentário

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.