Candles are a perfect gift for any occasion, but they contain so many toxic ingredients. Try these DIY essential oil candle recipe tutorials for your next gift-giving day! Non-toxic and natural, and great smelling.
Candles. They just smell so good.
But unfortunately, I had to give up candles a long time ago when I learned how toxic they really were.
The ingredients included in conventional candles have been linked to:
That's just to name a few.
The problem is, there are no standards or guidelines for what is allowed to be included in candles. And if you take a look at the label, you will not find an ingredient list either.
A simple fragrance can actually include hundreds of chemicals, most of which have never been tested for safety.
So, I've opted for safer options including essential oils.
But sometimes you just want to light a candle and enjoy the ambiance it brings.
So today I am sharing a natural safer alternative: 7 DIY Essential Oil Candle Recipe Tutorials
I hope you enjoy the recipes and have some fun creating amazing smelling essential oil candles!
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