Oatmeal & Honey - Wood Wick Soy Wax Candle
Our wood wick, candles, are hand poured in Wisconsin. We use real ingredients in our candles - fragrance oils infused with essential oils, and untreated cedar wood wicks.
"Oatmeal Honey" is a soy wax candle that is infused with a warm and comforting fragrance blend. The candle's scent is characterized by its rich and sweet top notes of golden honey, a classic and timeless scent, and comforting oatmeal, adding a touch of warmth and coziness. This fragrance creates a relaxing and inviting atmosphere, perfect for those who want to bring a feeling of comfort and warmth into their home. The use of soy wax, a renewable and eco-friendly resource, makes this candle a good choice for those who care about the environment and want a candle that burns cleanly and lasts longer than traditional candles. Light the candle and allow the warm and comforting aroma of Oatmeal Honey to fill your home, creating a peaceful and relaxing environment that is perfect for unwinding after a long day.
What do we mean when we say "hand-poured"? It means that we make candles the old-fashioned way. We take the time and care with our own two hands. Everything at Little Bull Falls Soap Works is done by hand - from the wicking of your cedar wick to the pouring to the labeling of your candle.
Why Wood Wicks?
Wood wicks burn slower and longer than cotton wick candles, by up to 25%, giving you more bang for your buck. Wood wicks burn hotter for more smell power, leading to a more fragrant candle. Wood wicks have nearly zero carbon buildup and therefore no soot. Wood wicks require less trimming than a cotton wick and our wood wicks are harvested in sustainable forests right here in the USA. And of course...the CRACKLE! In other words, wood wicks are much cooler than cotton wicks!
Our 8oz jars are a soy wax made from soybeans grown in the United States, and burn for 35 hours. We use the same high-quality perfume oils & essential oils and NOT the cheap stuff. Your candles will be paraben free, just like our soaps.