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One of my favourites!

Apr 27, 2016 by Daria

I'm so in love with this one! It's a nice light sweet smell, love the combination of all the fruit smells in it! xx...
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I love it!

Apr 27, 2016 by Daria

This smells so yummy! It's such a lovely, relaxing and sweet smell! I love it!...
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Spring in a bar.

Apr 18, 2016 by Nichola

This wax really does have the scent of spring in a bar, once it's warming the smell really does make your whole room smell like a sunny day. You can smell the floral scents really strong throughout ...
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Fruity and fresh

Apr 18, 2016 by Nichola

I warmed this wax in my bedroom and it made the full room smell fresh and fruity, I really liked. The scent lasted for a long time and even when the warmers was turned off I could still smell it next ...
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Tropical!

Apr 16, 2016 by Gemma

Love this one, similar to 'give me passionflower' which I love, fruity and exotic - I was worried the yuzu would be too citrusy for me but it all smells great together. Very strong so I find lasts ...
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Strong & fruity!!

Apr 16, 2016 by Gemma

Very fruity and sweet and really fills the air with scent. A bit too strong for us with a slight hunt of the smell of calpol?? Lol x...
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Spring!!!

Apr 16, 2016 by Gemma

On smelling the cold wax, I really didn't think I'd like this one but it's now going on my 'want' list!! It's beautiful, so fresh and floral without being overpowering!...
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Is Scentsy Eco-Friendly?

Scentsy and the Environment

We are now living in a more eco-friendly society with greener solutions being offered in our everyday living, such as bags for life in our supermarkets and energy saving lightbulbs in our homes.

This got me thinking into how Scentsy offers an eco-friendly alternative to the traditional candle jars.

The first aspect I considered is the actual Scentsy wax itself.  There are no phthalates, petroleum, lead, or “volatile organic compounds” in the wax and the Scentsy warmers release ZERO carbon emissions.  The food-grade paraffin wax contains both natural and synthetic oils and the Scentsy wax is specially formulated to only release the fragrance into the air which prevents coating your lungs with wax particles.

When a normal paraffin candle is burned, it produces toxic petrol-carbon soot, which can blacken walls, furniture, ceilings and contaminate ventilation duct-works in your home.  This soot goes into the air you breathe and can be hazardous to your health.

Another factor to consider is with the Scentsy wax, once the fragrance has been released, the wax which remains is 100% non toxic biodegradable.

The most obvious eco-friendly benefit from using a Scentsy warmer is that you only need one warmer to fragrance your room.

How many years do you think it takes a glass jar to break down when thrown away?  50 years?  100?  Wrong.  It actually takes 4000 years!!!   I appreciate that recycling is becoming part of everyday life in many houses up and down the country, but there are many that don’t…..

I love Scentsy as I have piece of mind that whilst fragrancing my home, I am not releasing any toxins for my little girl to breathe in and our warmers are far more attractive than a candle jar, who thinks they look attractive once they have been used a few times?

You decide……

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One Response to Is Scentsy Eco-Friendly?

  • Tammy Swiderski says:

    This is great information and it is great to know how environmentally friendly this incredible brand id. Can I be a right pain and ask what is the policy regarding packaging? How biodegradable is it? My friend does direct sales for a mammoth MLM business and the entirity of their award winning product packaging is biodegradable right down to the plant based ink! I know I am your worst nightmare! Sorry. Just building up the ol’ knowledge, ya know! 😉

    I see you say food grade wax. Does that mean if a child inadvertantly swallowed some it would be harmless? Obviously not recommended but we all know what inquisitive little munchkins can get up to!

    Thank you for putting up with me. I am off to update my notes!!!!!!

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