What Makes Scentsy Warmers Different?

(a comparison between a popular-brand flame candle vs. Scentsy’s wickless warmers)

Candles With Wicks vs. Scentsy

I truly enjoy burning fragrance candles in my home but I had small children and several pets and that was just a recipe for disaster, just waiting to happen.

I wanted to show you the difference today overall from Scenty compared to other candles.

What I’ve done here is allow this candle to be lit and burning for the last couple of hours. THe directons on the bottom of this candle say, “once this candle has burned down to just half an inch of wax you must throw it away or the glass could shatter.

This means…small bits of glass shards…everywhere!

After I blow the candle out, a good amount of smoke is emitted. Where do you think that smoke is going? Simply put, it gets into the air, onto your walls and onto the ceilings. Something else to consider is the fact that a lot of these cheaper candles emit lead as well.

Yes, lead.

While leaving the candle to burn even longer (as you can see in the video above), there is a good amount of Soot given off as well. There’s no way to avoid it, when something burns it gives off smoke and soot.

The Scentsy Difference

Let’s move onto the Scentsy Parlor Warmer (one of my all time favorites).

The only smoke going on here is the smoked glass to give it that rustic look. So, how does Scentsy work with warmed wax? The lightbulb actually heats the wax. When the wax is in a melted sate it gives off the fragrance of your choice, via scented oil.

Unlike candle wax that evaporates when complete, the Scentsy wax does not evaporate into the air. There are not flame issues, glass-shattering issues (due to condensed heat of the small flame candle), and the air quality remains safe.

food grade parrafin wax

What Makes Scentsy Different?

Let’s move onto the Scentsy Parlor Warmer (one of my all time favorites).

The only smoke going on here is the smoked glass to give it that rustic look. So, how does Scentsy work with warmed wax? The lightbulb actually heats the wax. When the wax is in a melted sate it gives off the fragrance of your choice, via scented oil.

Unlike candle wax that evaporates when complete, the Scentsy wax does not evaporate into the air. There are not flame issues, glass-shattering issues (due to condensed heat of the small flame candle), and the air quality remains safe.

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