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All candles are safe to use when properly burned.

The following information came directly from National Candle Association

No specific type of wax or wax blend is considered "best" for candlemaking.

All candle waxes - when provided in high-quality format - have been shown to burn cleanly and safely.

No candle wax has ever been shown to be toxic or harmful to human health.

There is no such thing as a soot-free wax. All organic compounds when burned will emit some carbon (soot) due to incomplete combustion. Sooting is primarily a factor of wick length and disturbance of the flame's steady teardrop shape.

Reputable candle manufacturers use only high-quality waxes in their formulations.

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.

All waxes are primarily hydrocarbons, whether the wax is of animal, vegetable, or petroleum origin. The chemical composition of all waxes used for candle-making is similar.

An estimated 1 billion pounds of wax are used in the candles sold each year in the United States.

Candles account for the second largest use of waxes in North America, after packaging and package coatings.

Waxes burn with a yellow flame due to the presence of carbon.

Candle burning instructions:

Never leave a burning candle unattended.

Keep candles out of the reach of children and pets.

Always burn candles on a heat resistant surface.

Trim wicks to " before burning.

Keep wicks trimmed to " at all times, during your burning session.

Never burn candles when less than " of wax remains in the container.

Keep candles away from drafts, vents and flammable objects.

Use only candleholders manufactured for use with candles.

Keep matches and other debris out of the candles.

Extinguish the flame if it burns too close to the container or holder.

Do not move glass container when the wax is liquid.

What is soot?

Soot is a natural by-product of incomplete combustion and is comprised primarily of carbon particles. Fireplaces, stoves, furnaces or cooking can cause soot. If candle wicks are kept trimmed and there is proper ventilation with no drafts, there should be no incomplete combustion, therefore, no soot from our candles.