Why Choose Soy Wax?
If you haven’t had the chance to try burning soy wax instead of traditional paraffin, you could be missing out on a host of benefits for your nose, your wallet, and your health. In fact, burning soy wax in candle form is a much better option than traditional candles for many reasons.
Soy Wax is Natural
Derived from the soybean, soy wax is a hydrogenated vegetable oil that turns to a solid at room temperature. After they are harvested, the beans are cleaned, cracked, dehulled, and rolled into flakes. Soy wax contains nothing artificial, which makes it a better alternative to old-fashioned paraffin wax, which is made from petroleum oil and produces harmful by-products when burned or melted. Soy wax is non-toxic, making it better both for the environment and your health! 
Soy Wax is Environmentally Friendly
Since soy wax is made from soybeans, it is friendly to the environment because soybeans are a renewable resource. Paraffin wax is derived from petroleum, which is not a renewable resource. This is especially important if you are pregnant, have kids, or have pets, because it’s the safest option health-wise. You want to avoid wax blends or candles that don’t state the exact breakdown of ingredients.
Soy Wax Burns Cleaner 
Because soy wax is made of all natural materials, it is thought that it delivers a cleaner burn that petroleum derived paraffin wax. It’s common to hear people complain of headaches when paraffin candles burn, but in general, this isn’t due to the scent of the wax but rather the chemicals it releases into the air.
 Why Choose Wooden Wicks?     
Wooden wicks are thin strips or tubes of wood specifically made for use as a candlewick. They can be made out of a variety of different types of wood and are often created at different widths to best suit the candle it’s being used in. When lit, wooden wicks can give off a pleasant crackling sound similar to that of a fireplace. Many people who use candles with wooden wicks note that they find the soft crackles and the wider light provided by the flame to be quite relaxing.
A wooden wick will heat your wax more evenly, helping you to achieve a more even burn over time. This is beneficial in a couple of different ways. If you use scented candles, you will be less likely to burn all the scent away when you first light the candle, and the lower, smoldering flame will throw scent better. Wooden wicks are also a better choice for wider candles since they are more likely to be able to burn evenly to all sides.
Wooden wicks have a lot of benefits, but they also have a few drawbacks. They can take longer to light and are more likely to be put out by sudden gusts of wind. If you plan to use your candles outdoors, a cotton wick may be a better choice to avoid frustration. Although they can take more time to get going, they are often more enjoyable, and those who use them find they are worth the effort.
 Why is the first burn so crucial?
When you burn your soy candle for the first time, it is important to remember that it has a memory. Please be sure to burn it long enough for the wax to be fully melted across the width of the candle. A full melt pool on the first burn will ensure an even burn in subsequent burns and avoid the wax “tunneling”.  This will allow your candle to get a full melt pool, thus increasing the scent throw.
 Why is my wood wick going out after lighting?
All candles come with a real cherry wood wick. Because of this, as you burn the candle, the wood burns down leaving soot. If you are having issues lighting the wick after the initial burn, before you light your candle the excess soot needs to be either trimmed or knocked off which will allow for a clean wood burn.