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Mojito 8 Candle And The Beauty Of The Everglades In Florida.

Hello dear clients and readers of our blog. We are super excited for this experience, sharing our post today about our best seller candle Mojito 8  featured in the beautiful National Park Everglades in Florida. We don't want to miss the opportunity to share the most amazing experience that is been in this magical place. Our featured candle today is a 26 oz jar blend of mint and lime. This citrus mix is the perfect fragrance for summer, with some hints of sugar and lemon verbena. 90 hours burning time for this candle that will be one of your favorite once you try it. In Vivente candles and home scents we love nature and respect the importance of sustainability in...

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The Magical Aphrodisiac Effect Of The Jasmine.

Jasmine is a beautiful flower universally known as an aphrodisiac oil used in many perfumes and candles. Is a rich, sweet and with a warm seductive smell. This oil is been used in India for centuries to improve the libido and promote intimacy dissolving barriers. When it comes to the art of silent seduction,nothing comes close to the subtle power of fragrance since profoundly effects on human body. Scientists have proven that smell create an stronger link to memory and emotions than any other sense and Jasmine is one of the most famous flowers that create these unforgettable moments. The reason of this effect is connected to the fact of sensuality in fragrances tends to be connected with the idea...

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History Of Candles Wicks.

 Wicks are one of the mayor element in a candle. Egyptians made a form of candle wick thousands of year ago by taking fibrous reeds, called rushes, dipping them in animal fat and then lighting them.since these rushes were fibrous in nature, they allowed the fat to be absorbed by the plant and provided the fuel. After, during the Roman empire they improved wicking system by loosely weaving fibers together, prolonging the burning time. This is the origin of the modern wick. The most popular wicks in our times are tightly woven or braided threads of cotton, paper, hemp or zinc. These wicks are covered some times with a solution to make them retardant. This process is called "mordanting"so the...

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A Brief History Of The Candle Making.

  Candle making develop differently in many places throughout history, Romans begin about 500 BC using animal tallow. Also there is evidences of using  whale fat in China back to the Qin Dynasty (221-206 BC), in india the wax was obtain boiling cinnamon for temple candles. In other parts like Africa they use olives for the lamp oils, but only until early middle -ages , Candles were made from beeswax  witch was a very expensive material to obtain , at the beginning only the king could afford it. More closely to our times paraffin was invented and introduced to the market in 1850s after a chemist learned how to refine it from the petroleum. Now in modern times, we are...

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