Seek Your Balance Aromatherapy and chromatherapy in twelve exceptional benefits. 12 benefits offered in Wax Melts, Filled Candles and Votives.
The power of color and fragrance in one holistic candle and melts, for a greater sense of health and well-being. Joining the health and well-being trend with essential oil-based fragrances and wooden wicks, Root Candles’ Seeking Balance line combines the science of aromatherapy with color therapy, allowing the stresses of your day to fade away. Available in 12 fragrances. Made in USA.
• Essential oil-based fragrances
• All-natural soy wax blend
• Colored with all-natural vegetable-based dyes
• Sustainable wooden wick for a comforting crackle
• Jar candles burn up to 65 hours
• Votive candles burn up to 15 hours each
• Melts relase up to 24 hours of fragrance per petal
• Earth-friendly packaging printed with soy inks
MEDITATE - Citrus, Myrhh and Olibanum combine to create focus, relaxation and clarity essential for the journey of meditation. The green, fresh notes of Vetyver and Fir Needles increases the power of the clarifying essential oils, allowing the person who is meditating to easily "center" themselves and open their mind. Both warm and clean, this fragrance will create an overall level of focus and peace.
Posted by Betty on 6th Nov 2015
This scent is one of two of my favorites. This is an unusual scent. If you like myrrh and frankincense (no frankincense in this), which are both very ancient resins and have a mysterious, uncommon scent, you'll probably like this candle.
I'm a huge fan of unusual perfumes and while I collect perfume, I only have very few favorites. I usually dislike popular perfumes. Most are a boring copy of another popular perfume.
If you have a more sensitive, sophisticated nose for scent, I recommend this one in particular.
I love that these candles are Eco-friendly, recyclable and natural. It's hard to find a candle at this price with all these qualities.
This candle transports to another time and place!
If you have trouble lighting the lead-free wick, just trim off burnt edges and hold flame to the wick for a longer period of time, moving flame from one end of the wick to the other. I only have trouble occasionally, but when I do, I just use some patience. After all, this is a meditation candle. Exercise some patience.
Last, but not least -- these candles burn evenly! As the wax burns, it doesn't leave an ugly uneven mess in the glass. To keep them looking nice as I burn them, I wipe the inside of the glass occasionally with an alcohol dampened paper towel. Make sure you allow the alcohol to evaporate before lighting!