The moulding of candles is a popular technique and forms the basis of candle making. The density of a traditionally-moulded candle is nearly 100% and, as a result, such a candle will generally burn longer than a similar candle compressed in a factory.
Traditional dipping is the oldest method of making candles. Today, it’s still as popular way of manually producing candles that score very well in terms of creativity and quality. The method is based on a simple and repetitive motion, characterised by dipping.
Gildewerk perfume oils are 100% concentrated oils and contain both synthetic and natural oils. The fragrance oils contain only natural raw materials. Perfume/fragrance oil can contain so-called allergenic substances, which can cause allergies.
The right perfume oil is wonderful and can give your soap or bath product a big boost. Not only is it the finishing touch for your product, but the means to create a special feeling. Smells are the strongest senses you have and the right scent can do a lot with your bar of soap. A color goes with every scent and makes your product seductive.
Candles bring color, they bring fragrance, they bring atmosphere. A beautiful candle is an indispensable element in a contemporary interior and is always a valued gift. Handmade candles differ from sleek, unimaginative factory candles.
Making candles how hard can it be? A little googling, poking around on Instagram and off you go. But then it often doesn’t work out so well. Then come the questions about why and how; Is it the material or am I doing something wrong?