Femi9 Aesthetics candles are made from natural soy wax, cotton wicks, scented oils, dried herbs, and some contain non-flammable glitter.
The wax used in our soy candles is biodegradable, sustainable, and renewable. A soy candle burns cleaner, more evenly, and slower. Toxic soot can be very unhealthy to breathe and eventually cover nearby walls and furniture. Soy candles are a healthier alternative to a paraffin candle and produce fewer soot particles than paraffin candles.
Some of the herbs can burn when the candle burns. Dried herbs add aesthetic qualities, aroma, and therapeutic effects to our candles. At Femi9 Aesthetics, we use certified organic herbs and spices from trusted farmers worldwide.
It is safe to leave or remove herbs from candles, depending on your preferences.
All candles, even inflammable ones, should be monitored when lit. Even with an open flame, a fire can become dangerous.
The glass is fireproof in a candle flame, and its sparkle is mesmerizing in the firelight. Notwithstanding, sometimes, the crushed glass glitter is painted or lacquered instead to amplify the twinkle, but it may or may not come plated with real silver.
Enhancing our candles with glitter and a touch of glitz and mystery is an exciting artistic expression at Femi9 Aesthetics. We select non-flammable glitter options made from materials that will not burn when the candles burn.
If the wick is too long, the wax will not flow to the top, and this will cause the wick to burn. To prolong the burn time and prevent black soot from forming on the wick, trim the wick 1/4 inch before each burn.
A small amount of soot is a normal byproduct of burning, whether cooking on the stove, burning fire, or a candle. Fortunately, it is not toxic. You can dramatically diminish the amount of soot given off by keeping the wicks trimmed short before or after each burn. If you see soot on your candles, you are not cutting your wick correctly.
Some of them do. We keep our candles as natural as possible. No ultraviolet inhibitors are used in our candles. Therefore, some of the colors will fade over time. Candles should be stored in a cool and dry place when not in use. The majority of fading occurs when candles are exposed to direct sunlight.
All of our candles are hand-poured, handcrafted, and hand-packaged in our home.
At this time, we have no physical storefront, but you can still visit our website at www.femi9aesthetics.com In-person pickup is available. Check us out at a local event, flea market, craft show, and stay on the lookout because we might be coming to a city near you.
As long as you keep the wick trimmed and only burn them for 4-5 hours at a time, our 4oz candles last approximately 40-48 hours.
Yes. We are happy to accommodate large orders as wedding favors, girls-night-out, candles for a realtor as gifts for clients, candles to burn inside salons, spas, and hotels. Contact us for any questions about bulk pricing and quantity discounts at email@example.com
It is easy to clean soy wax with mild soap and water.
It is best to burn the candle on a stable, protected, hard surface away from drafts and material that could catch fire. However, we suggest not leaving any candles unattended. When finished, if you do not own a candle snuffer, use the lid to cover the candle to turn it off every time.
Definitely! Tins and jars are recyclable. Remove the wick and any remaining wax. We pour our candles into steel magnetic metal tins that are recyclable. Burn out your candle completely, remove the metal wick, scoop out the wax with a spoon, and clean with warm soapy water.
Add an answer to this itemAre there any ways to repurpose candle containers?
Absolutely! You can repurpose your container and use it for jewelry holders, bobby pins, cotton pads, and other purposes. Our candle tins will blend in perfectly with your personality and decor if you're a gold fan.
Yes, one of the best benefits of using our scented candles is that once the wax melts into a nice pool, you can extinguish the candle carefully and apply it to the skin as a soothing moisturizer. Soy contains vitamin E and antioxidant properties, both known for their hydrating power. In addition, the soy is cosmetic grade, and our fragrances are also body-safe.
Occasionally, the surface will cool with a rough, bumpy, or uneven texture. In no way does this affect the quality, scent throw, or performance of your soy candle.
Nothing. These words are all used to describe the sensation of smell and the scented liquids (or cosmetics) we apply to our bodies.
It depends on your odor signature, and how oily or dry your skin is. First, moisturize your skin! Our fragrances cling to oil and last longer on people with oilier skin. Start with body oil or a lotion that has a similar scent to the fragrance you choose. Otherwise, choose scent-free or a very low-fragranced oil. Apply it before spraying onto the skin to help the fragrance last longer.
Always apply perfume where you want to 'be kissed' as blood flows to these areas and heats the aromatic compounds of the skin. These locations include your 'hot spots' and pulse points: behind the ears, temples, wrists, neck, back of the knees, in the crease of your elbow, between your breasts, the very small of your back, the place of your navel. After applying the fragrance, it is a perfume (no-no) to rub your wrists together as it affects the oils. Instead, spray, gently sway your wrists and wait for the scent to take effect.
Yes! We use fragrance to lift our spirits, and aromatherapy is the science behind it. Our various aromas at Femi9 Aesthetics can impact your mood and emotions - not just for you but also for those around you.
How much fragrance you use is personal – spray enough so you can smell it, but not too much that it overpowers the area around you. Only those in your' scent circle' should smell your perfume, which should be within arms' reach. Ask a (good) friend if you tend to 'overdo' your fragrance.
As your nose becomes desensitized to the fragrance, it quickly becomes accustomed to its notes. It may not be possible for you to smell it after 30-40 minutes, but your friends and colleagues may be able to.
Spicy foods can alter your body's natural smell, and meat-eaters are said to smell differently from vegetarians. The temperature of your surroundings affects the duration of the perfume and its intensity. Age is a factor as a person's skin becomes drier as they get older. In the years surrounding menopause, hormonal changes can cause a fragrance you've worn for years to smell different. What about smoking? Often, smokers report that their perfume has changed, when in fact, it's simply the smoking that alters their sense of smell. Medication and specific health problems can also alter the scent of your perfume.