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  • Does aromie candles use essential oils?
    Our candles contain essential, natural and synthetic oil. We use high-quality, clean fragrance oils that are specifically made for candles and contain essential oil components. In addition, all of our fragrances are free of phthalates, parabens, and petroleum.
  • Are aromie candles vegan and cruelty free?
    Yes, our candles are 100% vegan friendly and cruelty free, as they do not contain any animal products, nor have they been tested on animals.
  • What kinds of waxes are typically used in aromie candles?
    The most commonly used candle wax is paraffin, echo-soy wax, gels, are also frequently used in candles. L'odeur also blends these waxes together.
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  • Are scented candles triggers for asthma or allergies?
    Although millions of Americans regularly use scented candles without any negative effects, it is always possible that a particular fragrance might trigger a negative reaction in a very small percentage of sensitive individuals. Individuals with known sensitivities to specific fragrances may want to avoid candles of those scents. In addition, consumers should remember to burn all candles, whether scented or unscented, in a well-ventilated area.
  • Why is my candle releasing soot?
    Soot is a natural occurrence for any candle. If your candle is continuously releasing soot, it can be the result of carbon build-up on the wicks, not trimming the wicks of the candle, over-burning the candle, or burning the candle in an area that is receiving a draft from a vent. (Tip: If you are experiencing excess sooting, try trimming your wicks to 1/8’’, moving your candle to another location, or extinguishing your candle if it has been burning for more than 3-4 hours.)
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