CLEAN BURNING -- Soy wax is non-toxic and burns cleaner than paraffin, with no petrol-carbon soot which can blacken walls, ceilings, and furniture, contaminate ventilation ductwork in your home, as well as add toxic carcinogens into the air you breathe.

LONG BURNING -- Soy candles burn slower and cooler than paraffin wax, creating a longer burning candle.

RENEWABLE RESOURCE -- Soybeans are a renewable source, unlike paraffin, which consists of petroleum.

BIODEGRADABLE -- Since soybeans are vegetables, soy wax (basically made from hydrogenated soybean oil) is naturally biodegradable. Soy wax is also easier to remove from materials and other surfaces than paraffin wax.  

HELPS THE FARMERS -- Buying soybean products creates important economic growth for the agricultural sector of the US economy.

Soy candles are simply better for you, your family, and your environment.




Our blended soy container wax is an all natural soy wax that holds lots of fragrance and helps reduce frosting. This special blend of wax contains a soy-based additive that is both natural and kosher.

* Nontoxic, completely natural and is a renewable resource.
* Made in the USA, our wax helps support the American farmer.
* Our wax is clean burning, and is virtually soot free when burned correctly.
* Our wax cleans up much easier than other waxes; simply use soap and hot water.


ECO wick is a specialty flat cotton wick with thin interwoven paper threads. The treated paper threads combined with a advanced braiding technique give the ECO series superior stability without the need for a core. This combination enhances the self-trimming effect and reduces mushrooming, soot and smoke.


At Beasewick Candle Company, we only use 100% concentrated fragrance oils that are made in the USA and that comply with the strictest global RIFM and IFRA standards. In addition, these fragrance oils undergo a triple-check quality assurance program at the time of manufacture to ensure consistency and safety.


At Beasewick Candle Company, all of our Candle Containers are made in the USA. We select only the most reputable glass manufactures in the country including companies such as Anchor and Libby. Thus our container products are green friendly and 100% natural and capable of infinite recycling without compromise.


Candles, no matter the type, may burn a bit differently due to many factors. A common complaint about candles is that the flame is small and that they have small burn pools. In other words, they burn a small hole down the middle of the candle instead of melting all the way out to the sides. Not only does this reduce the amount of light created by the candle, but it significantly reduces your total burn time when a bunch of wax remains.

Primary causes of this include the following:

The length of time the candle is burned at each sitting is not long enough.

Tip: Try to burn candles long enough each time so that the entire top layer melts to the sides before being extinguished. (This pertains mostly to candles in containers versus freestanding ones.) This is of most importance the first time you burn a candle in a glass container, because it will look nicer as the candle burns down to have it clean and clear on top. A general guideline is to try to burn candles at least an hour each time for each inch the candle is in diameter. This way the wax has a chance to melt down from the sides. Equally important, each time a candle is blown out, the top part of the wick smokes away, leaving a shorter wick and more wax for the next burn, so the less number of times you extinguish it, the better, if you are only burning the candle a few hours or less each time. (If you burn candles in long sittings, over about five hours each time, you may find that the wick becomes rather long. If this is the case, your candle will look nicer and last longer if you trim the wick, which can be done carefully while it's burning, every four hours or so. Usually with our candles, cutting it in half works well, which is down to a 1/8-1/4 of an inch?)


Tip: Store candles away from cold sources such as near windows in the winter. If you keep a candle outside in the cold or near a cold window, the wax will be cold and will melt slower when burning than if the wax was room temperature (65-75 degrees F). This may result in a small flame and wax being left on the sides.


Tip: If you notice that the burn pool is not centered, while the candle is burning use a non-flammable item (such as a metal nail file or silverware) and gently push the base of the wick toward the correct direction.

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100% All Natural Soy Wax