What is a vegetable wax?

A wax, or a substance resembling wax, is obtained from various plants, such as the wax palm.

Wax Palm TreeAny multiple waxes that occur on parts of certain plants, especially the trunks of particular palms, prevent water loss from the plant.

How do you make vegetable wax?

Put soybeans in a hydrogenating machine. Heat the engine to 140 degrees Fahrenheit before adding soybeans. This begins the hydrogenation of soybeans, which makes the soy wax. Hydrogenation saturates fats and converts the fatty acids from unsaturated to saturated oil.

Is vegetable wax clean burning?

Soy Wax is non-toxic and cleaner-burning with no toxins, carcinogens, or pollutants, so our candles are less likely to trigger allergies. As a vegetable-based wax, it does not give off harmful byproducts or produce black soot that can stain walls and curtains like the other leading waxes.

Is vegetable wax eco-friendly?

Soy wax candles are made from a renewable resource that is biodegradable, non-toxic, and non-carcinogenic. Soybeans are grown without pesticides or herbicides, making them an eco-friendly choice.

What is vegetable wax made of?

Most often made of soy or palm-, rapeseed- or coconut oil. At Candles Scandinavia, our blend consists of mainly rapeseed oil—wax with an excellent, lasting scent and very low soot levels.

What are the benefits of vegetable wax?

  • A 100% natural formula.
  • No GMOs, pesticides, etc.
  • A renewable, environmentally and human-friendly scented wax.
  • A sound reproduction of scents.
  • A relatively slow burn allows the decorative candle to last longer.
  • No toxic fumes from burning, no black smoke.



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