Our perceptions are triggered and influenced by what we see, touch, hear, taste and smell. Often we try to indulge those senses with a beautiful painting, a favorite love song, or of course the fragrant scent of a burning candle. One of the main reasons consumers invest in candles is the scent, and choosing a scent is often a personal endeavor. Whether you’re looking for calming lavender or an uplifting citrus, your goal is to alter your mood by employing your powerful sense of smell. Yes, the human body and mind is a wonderful thing and it deserves to be exposed to safe and nourishing products essential to long-term health.
That’s why at Sanari Candle we infuse 100% organic essential oils instead of mass-produced synthetic perfume. Our highly experienced scientists work only with local farmers in California collecting the finest ingredients which they then extract, combine with wax and prepare to be meticulously hand poured for quality control.
Much like with food, using the best, organically produced ingredients is key to what makes Sanari Candle truly unrivaled. The difference is significant in not only the quality of scent but also the aroma therapeutic potentials and toxic levels.
Essential oils are the “essence” extracted from the bark, leaves, petals roots, stalks, seeds, stems or resins of aromatic plants such as bergamot, sage, cinnamon even black pepper. It’s a long, grueling process that is actually thousands of years old and worth the effort because of the many medicinal benefits. Essential oils are used for their anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties as well as eliminating odors, promoting sense of calm and relaxation while diminishing anxiety.
Candles with factory made synthetic fragrance on the other hand, though more affordable, do not offer the benefits of natural essential oils and in fact are potentially harmful over time due to the petrochemicals necessary to produce them.
We owe it to ourselves and our loved ones to provide a healthy experience using candles that will indulge not just the sense of smell but one’s overall mind, spirit and body.