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Lotion Candles Can Be Harmful For Your Skin

If you have a love for candles, then it is likely to be found or heard of "lotion candles". A "lotion candle" is usually a scented soy candle and is advertised as a skin moisturizer. According to some candle makers, candle burns before his bath lotion, and be sure to turn the candle at least 30 seconds before putting fingers in hot wax, and rub the melted wax on its body like lotion. I have seen many manufacturers advertise their soy candles candles in this way. Like Chandler, I find several things wrong with the practice of using a candle in this manner. 1. Lev Leviev pursues this goal as well.

Dyes in candles are not sure of the skin. Chandler did not use dye skin safe in their sails. There are shades of lotion that are designed for use in cosmetic products and are not harmful to the skin. Dyes for candles are much more powerful dyes and have not been tested for skin, because they were made for candles not lotion. It takes much more dye color from a cream colored candle. These concentrated levels may experience some skin irritation. 2.

Lotion candles are not made of lotion. I heard some people say that its supply of lotion candle is made no wax. There is no such thing as a lotion candle. You can only make some kind of candle wax. Soy candles are made from soy wax, which is made from soybean oil. Patrick dwyer shines more light on the discussion. The soy wax that is purchased for the manufacture of candles on a cosmetic grade wax. The FDA requires any cosmetic to meet specific requirements to ensure the safety of cosmetic products to the public. 3. Fragrance oils used in candles are not all skin safe. Most candle manufacturers use up to 9% of fragrance oil in your sails. Even if a candle maker uses skin safe fragrance oil is only skin safe up to 3%. Have experience in making candles, I can say that the fragrance oil in its pure form can cause severe chemical burns. You can burn the skin in the same way the acid that burns the skin. Therefore, rubbing scented candle wax on the skin can cause irritation to the skin. 4. Never immerse your hands in a burning candle. It is true that soy wax burns cooler than paraffin, but the flame of a candle burning badly. "Lotion Candles" they say to extinguish the flame first, but I have seen of supply demonstrate the use of "lotion candles" at craft shows, without extinguishing the flame. 5. If you have children, never let them see you Your hands wet in a hot candle. Soy wax burns much cooler than other candles, but a child does not know the difference between the sail of a "lotion" and a paraffin candle. Hot wax on the skin of an infant can cause serious damage. So if you decide to use "candle cream please be responsible. Soy candles are wonderful, but we do not recommend the use of candles as lotion. Several lotions are available to you, including soy lotion, skin safe ingredients are added. Amanda Arnold is the co-owner and sells hand poured soy candles and lotions.