Why Soy Candles?

Why Soy Candles?

Why Soy Candles Are the Better Choice

Unlike regular paraffin candles, soy candles are made from soybeans and won’t release any toxins in the air. Not to mention, the buildup of soot around the edge of your candle will be much lesser. The aesthetic will be much more satisfying than if you were to use regular candles.

Soy candles are usually mixed with essential oils that release a rich, soothing aroma. If you’re trying to relax after a long week of hard work, these candles will help you start the process. 

They also last for a long time, so you won’t need to get new candles after every few dinners. 

Another added bonus is that soy candles are vegan! If you’re an animal rights activist or just someone who stays away from animal-derived products, then soy candles are perfect for you. Regular candles generally have beeswax or animal fat incorporated in the mix. Soy candles are 100% animal free!

Why Choose Rustic Slate Candles 

Rustic slate candles aren’t like your average mass produced candles. Most mass scale candles are manufactured with a number of chemicals that release toxins as the candles burn. They may also contain carcinogens. These can directly harm your body by causing allergies, skin problems, or in certain cases, even asthma attacks. Such candles cannot be burned for more than 2 hours. After that, they need to cool down before you relight them. 

At Rustic Slate, we take great care in ensuring that all our ingredients are rightly sourced. That is why our candles are free from any toxic chemicals. 

Our candles contain soy from the beans grown by our farmers, right here in the USA. We’re all about supporting American businesses and our jars are also manufactured in the USA! 

Our premium scents and high-quality ingredients make the candles burn bright and beautifully for up to 30 hours! They make for great party favors, or you can surprise a loved one with a gift basket on their birthday. Made with love in Leesburg, VA, our candles can be the shining light in your home. 

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