I love to use candles around the holidays. Candles are decorative, making your home smell aromatic and welcoming. They are festive and bright.
I tried two of the holiday favorite candles by SamaraScents.
The most important thing to me is to use something that is non-toxic and safe. Once I used a candle that left soot all over my ceiling. I wonder what was in that candle.
What I loved about SamaraScents (besides it being a women-owned business) is that all the candles are made with kosher-certified soy wax and non-toxic fragrance oils. They use natural wax as it is non-toxic, biodegradable, and clean burning. The candles are paraben & phthalate free and vegan-friendly. They are made in small batches and hand-poured. A bonus is that they use glass jars and they smell amazing!
The Sugar Plum smells sweet. The black cherry and plum combination is great! The Winter Wonderland has a more woody smell and would be great over your mantle. Both come with the same great scent in a wax melt version.
What are wax melts?
Wax melts are basically wickless candles. When you place the wax melts in a wax warming tool (electric or with a tealight) and it starts to melt, the pleasant fragrance from the candle is released.
Samara Scents wax melts highlights
- made with soy wax
- no added chemicals
- no added paraffin
- made in the USA
- each clamshell is 2.5 oz in a 6-cube pack
- produce scent for many days of use
Check out SamaraScents for a quality made, safer candle option that smells great. Each candle comes with a candle care card.
Maria is a senior writer at Famadillo.com. With a background in journalism and a love for New York City, Maria specializes in creating informative and engaging content about the Big Apple, products, and reviews. By day, she's a real estate agent, and she's a proud mom of two. Maria is passionate about writing about startups and companies with fascinating stories. Her attention to detail ensures that her writing is informative, engaging, and accurate. When she's not writing, Maria loves to travel and explore new places.