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FAQ'S

ONE

When burning  your Two Chicks Candle for the  first time, and each time thereafter allow the wax to melt evenly across the top layer (2-3 hours) before properly extinguishing. 

TWO

 DON’T FORGET TO TRIM YOUR WICK! Keep your wick at ¼ inch this  will prevent mushrooming and soot. Keep the wax pool free of trimmings  and matches at all times.  

THREE

 Sun and UV lights may cause fading or discoloration. Soy is a  natural product it may frost as it adheres to the jar this is perfectly  normal.  

FOUR

Burn your Candles on a flat surface and out of harms way of pets, children, curtains and flammable material.  

FIVE

PLEASE, DO NOT TOUCH GLASS WHEN LIT, OR WHEN JUST EXTINGUISHED - GLASS IS EXTREMELY HOT! 

SIX

Clean your Jar when it's finished...and RE-USE! (i.e. put your q-tips, makeup brushes, flowers, anything in them!)   

DID YOU KNOW...

Do you create custom orders?

Oh YES WE DO!  Two Chicks Candle Co Candles make the perfect favors for all celebrations. We will work with you to personalize your favors with  custom colors and scents. For more information email us at  twochickscandleco@gmail.com or give us a call at 914.338.7822 (aka Derma Glow Spa and Boutique - YES WE OWN A DAY SPA!) 

Do you provide wholesale?

 Absolutely! Please contact us. Email us at twochickscandleco@gmail.com 

Soy Wax? Why?

Soy wax is a natural and renewable resource. This also helps support our American Farmers!  

Soy VS...the others!

When creating our candles we noticed that a lot of the candle suppliers we were purchasing from either...were not 100% soy, or they had an amazing cold throw (not lit) and hardly any hot throw (when lit) So we researched and found that 100% soy…  

  • No black soot!
  • Long lasting - soy wax has lower melt point, generally lasting 30-50% longer than a traditional paraffin candle.
  • Clean burning – no toxins, carcinogens, or pollutants, which means it is less likely to trigger allergies.

I have noticed that some soy candles have color imperfections, why??

These color imperfections are called frosting. It is part of the  natural property of soy wax and what makes our hand-poured candles  unique.