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|Posted on 18 May, 2013 at 18:27||comments (0)|
Take a journey with your nose through the USA! I'mcreating, based upon my own, personal travels, a series of candles that takes you on a journey through each state with your nose!
As Helen Keller put it so perfectly , " Smell is a potent wizard that transports you across thousands of miles and all the years you have lived."
Currently ready are:
Oregon (made with pure essential oils of Douglas fir, sage & coffee with a helping of organic hazelnut and marionberry flavor oils)
Washington (made with pure essential oils of Douglas fir, lavender, & lilac with a generous helping of organic apple flavor oil)
California (nothing reminds me more of California than a fresh, warm, just of the tree, juicy orange- plus, I've added essential oils of Redwood cedar & eucalyptus along with organic strawberry and grape flavor oils)
Pennsylvania (we used to live near Hershey, Pa so I was awakened by the smell of warm chocolate wafting through my window each morning. Thus, this yummy candle contains: organic chocolate flavor oil along with organic oils of: honeysuckle, cinnamon, and molasses)
South Dakota (after long, hot drives across South Dakota, a stop at Wall Drug for a strawberry shake or some local sassparilla is just the ticket. Add the essential oils of spruce, pine, and sage from the forests and you've got an amazing scentsation!)
Each state comes with a more descriptive story and some interesting facts or recipes from/about the state.
Some fun tidbits-
Our American Scent Trip candles have been featured on USA Love List and are one of the founder's favorite items of all time!
The cast of the t.v. show, GRIMM, adore my AST-Oregon candles and wrote a special note to Vance Family Soy Candles to let us know!
The first lady of Oregon is a fan of our AST-Oregon candles!
I hope you, too, enjoy our new candle line and they transport you on a trip throughout the beautiful country of America! - Amy
|Posted on 30 April, 2013 at 14:40||comments (2)|
|Posted on 3 January, 2013 at 15:40||comments (4)|
Ever wonder why your soy candle looks like it has frosting on the top? What about the bubble on the sides of the glass? What about all those companies that say "soot free"? Well, here are some answers!
1) Why DO soy candles start to change color and get a white "frosting" as they age?
Answer: This is actually a GOOD thing. This is proof that the candle is made with real vegetable oils and not petroleum or synthetics. It is just a natural occurance that doesn't affect the quality of the candle in the least bit.
2) What's up with the weird look on the sides of the glass?
Answer: This is the oil separating from the sides of the glass. This is more common during the cold months. It is perfectly normal and doesn't affect the quality of the candle.
3) So many companies claim their candles are "soot free" and "smoke free", why don't Vance Family Soy Candles claim that?
ANSWER: Because then we wouldn't be telling the truth. In order to burn a candle, SOMETHING MUST BE BURNED. When burning something, SOOT WILL HAPPEN. Although soy candles (and especially our candles since we don't use petroleum in our scents either), and cottom wicks, let off LESS soot than petroleum candles (parraffin), we don't claim things that aren't true.
Have any other questions? We'd love to answer them!
|Posted on 28 December, 2012 at 17:49||comments (1)|