Last year, when I was doing a string of holiday events, I had the pleasure of being set up across from Tenfed at Toronto Urban Collective’s event. We were outside at the Shops at Don Mills. It was freezing, we were all miserable but trying to pretend like we weren’t. Anyway, we started chatting about our businesses and on the first day we met, we decided to do a collaboration.
As we head into the holiday season, Serenity Now will be selling candles at some shows across Toronto. I thought now would be the perfect time to share some tips on how to optimize the life of your new candle. There are a few ways to help your candle burn to its maximum potential and I want you to get maximum enjoyment from each candle!
The most creative and fun part of creating these candles so far has been to design the collection. As an entrepreneur, you learn a lot of new skills. From designing, picking products, creating a website, content creation, the list goes on and on. I’m doing things I would have never before done, or thought I would be doing.
This is the third post in a series about the materials I use to make Serenity Now Candles awesome. Today I am going to be covering fragrances, and why I chose fragrance oils, free of parabens and phthalates. You can check out the first post about Soy Wax HERE. And the second post about Wood wicks HERE.