1. Palm Wax Vs Soy Wax; The Difference Between The Two.

    Soy wax is very popular for many things, including making scented candle wax. However, there is another wax that is being used now, and seems to be becoming more popular than soy wax. It's called palm wax. Not many people know a lot about it, but those who do swear that it's the best to use for so many reasons. This post will look into the differences between both palm and soy wax, and see which one is better to use. See which wax you will enjoy using more; palm or soy!   One of the big differences between these waxes is that Palm wax is 100% bio gradable and water soluble. However, soy wax can only be water soluble and bio gradable if it is pure. Though both of these vegetable waxes can be bio gradable and water soluble, the only one that can be at any time is palm wax. Sometimes there are impure ingredients put in soy wax to make it not bio gradable and water soluble. This makes palm wax easier and safer to use, rather than the mostly used soy wax.   Another great,

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  2. Benefits of Soy Candles versus Paraffin Candles

    Soy candles are getting a lot of hype these days as they are considered to be a better alternative to regular paraffin candles. A lot of benefits are associated with these candles and they happen to be cost effective and renewable.

    Soy Candles – Are They A Better Choice?

    Using candles made from soy wax is a wonderful way to help not just the environment but also the local farmers. Most people find it difficult to break free of the habit of using paraffin candles because using an all natural alternative, such as beeswax, is more expensive. Natural soy candles, however, burn twice as long as regular paraffin candles making them more efficient. Plus these candles are cheaper than the regular paraffin candles.

    Where Do Soy Candles Come From?

    Soy candles come from soybeans which are truly versatile products. As a high protein source, soy has been part of the recommended healthy diet for years.
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