What factors make Candl•ogic candles safe or "clean"?

✖ Carcinogens: These are materials known or thought to cause cancer. 
✖ Mutagens:  Materials that change the DNA of a cell, harming the cell and causing diseases like cancer. 
✖ Reproductive toxins:  Toxins that adversely affect reproductive organs and increase the risk of birth defects. 
✖ Organ toxins:  These are toxins that can cause adverse effects or disease within specific bodily organs. 
✖ Acute toxins:  Toxins that can cause adverse effects from a single exposure. Generally, this would be accidental exposure like spillage or ingestion. 


What is a "Low Intensity" candle or wax melt?

  • Our Low Intensity candles were designed and tested to be just that...low intensity; if you've read Our Story and how we began, Candl•ogic was birthed because we saw a need for friends and family with a sensitivity to strong candle fragrances.  Strong aromas were detrimental to their well-being and they couldn't enjoy them without getting a headache or having to leave a room before being overwhelmed. 

  • A Candl•ogic Low Intensity candle is not only made with these people in mind, but also designed and thoroughly tested.  Unless your sensitivity is severe, you should be able to sit very close to your candle and enjoy it for hours!  And yes, we used these scent-sensitive friends as guinea pigs!  LOL!

  • A Low Intensity candle doesn't flood a room within minutes of lighting.  It's subtle, but fills the room with fragrance.  Testing can be sometimes difficult, because the fragrance "creeps up on you," rather than a big hit of initial scent.  You definitely smell it when you leave the room and come back, and as our testing has proven, they pass the sensitivity tests for most.

  • Great for sensitive folks, but also for small spaces like bathrooms, office spaces/cubicles and the like.  

    How do I know if I should pick Low Intensity or Regular?

    • For Low Intensity candles, read above.  Our Regular intensity candles are similar in intensity to what you would find in most retail stores.  Please note...in general...wax melts give off more fragrance than candles, so if you are close to being sensitive, then you should probably pick a Low Intensity Wax Melt as well!

    Which size should I choose?

    • Typically, the smaller the jar, the less it will fill the room with scent...the more surface area it has, the more fragrance it will release into the air. For large rooms, choose our 13 oz. and our 9 oz. for smaller spaces.  You may have to try different sizes and scent levels for your space, but either way, we have you covered!

    Why did you start Candl•ogic?

    What makes Candl•ogic scented candles "luxury?"

    • We use nothing but the best possible choices when making your candles in terms of wax, fragrance oils, wicks, vessels and more.  We use luxury coconut apricot wax for all our vessel containers, purchase high quality fragrance oils with clean certifications where possible, and avoid unnecessary "filler" waxes and additives to cheapen the price tag. 

    • We really do care about what goes into your candle, because what you choose to burn gets released into your environment.  We are definitely animal lovers, and that was also a very strong consideration when choosing ingredients; they consider the same careful consideration to their health.  There are also a lot of candle myths out there, and as we build our blog or eNewsletters, we hope to not only provide quality products to you, but also knowledge.

    Are the Regular strength candles going to be too strong for me?

    • If you have ever purchased a typical retail candle without being overpowered by the fragrance, then yes, our Regular strength candles are perfect for you!