Tuesday, March 24, 2009

What Makes a Candle "The World's Finest"?

When a candle recipe combines the highest quality waxes along with the perfect combination of fragrances and additives you get the most aromatic candles available on the market today…guaranteed! Combine that with a candle manufactured in the U.S.A. with only the finest raw materials, and you have "The World's Finest Candle"!


Fragrances are made of both natural and synthetic oils. To create the finest fragrances you must use only the highest quality blend of both these oils. The highest fragrance quality can be attributed to the number of notes found in the fragrance. Notes are a group of specific aromas that create a fragrance. High-quality fragrances always incorporate three important and distinct note characteristics a candle company that maintains the highest standards, only uses superior fragrances in its products. The following information breaks down what each note represents in a fragrance.

Top Notes

Top notes provide the first burst of fragrance one initially experiences when smelling a candle. The molecules in this layer move rapidly, making the fragrance volatile and quick to dissipate.

Middle Notes

This layer holds the heart of the fragrance.

Bottom Notes

As the heartiest of all, the bottom notes compose the aroma that lingers even after the candle has been extinguished. The molecules in this note move slowly, deterring the fragrance from dissipating quickly.


Food-Grade Paraffin Wax

Paraffin comes from companies that
manufacture food-grade paraffin as a primary product and from refineries as a by-product. Both resources provide varying degrees of quality.

Natural Vegetable Wax
Vegetable wax is a renewable resource made with all natural ingredients that provide a clean, even burn.

For more information on "The World's Finest Candles" visit my website at www.dawnmbeardsley.com

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