Are You a Super Smeller?

Stella Bentham

There are a group of super smellers who present a dog’s olfactory acuity in real life and even around us. They can easily smell the difference between peanut oil and canola oil; they may not be able to name a person by his face, but they can remember the perfume scent on him or her, and they can still recognize this person when smelling the scent years later; they can even detect the weather changes with their sense of smell…  Upon our investigation, super smellers are likely to behave as follows:  Preferring to purchase unscented tissues; Sniffing out the dishes after...

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4 Different Waxes for Scented Candles

Stella Bentham

The raw material mainly used for making scented candles is wax, which can be divided into natural wax and artificial wax. Common natural waxes are soy wax, beeswax, and coconut wax, while the most common artificial wax is paraffin wax, derived from petroleum. Wax is a complex mixture of organic compounds. Therefore, the chemical composition and physical properties of different waxes differ. When choosing scented candles, we need to understand the differences between them and choose the product that best suits us.   Coconut wax Coconut wax is a plant wax made from coconut. It is an oil-soluble ester derived from plants, with...

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4 Common Problems With Scented Candle And How To Fix Them?

Stella Bentham

Why can't my scented candles burn out a smooth and beautiful wax pool? Why does the expensive candle I bought burn with smoke and blacken the wall of the container? Why is the candle easy to extinguish... Don't worry. Here are the answers of the most-asked questions: 1. Candle tunneling Causes: 1. The candle wick may be too long. When you light a candle, it melts through the center without melting all the surrounding wax. 2. Insufficient burning for the first burn. The first layer of wax wasn’t completely melted. The next time you light the candle, it will melt the wax in the tunnel first,...

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