Holistic Candle

£14.95

100g candle full of good vibes only.

5 in stock

Description

Rhi Rhi Nails It Holistic Candles are vegan, vegetarian, 100% natural, cruelty free and non GM.

In modern day the candle is used for ambiance, comfort and filling your rooms and spaces with wonderful smells and aromas. Prior to this the candle was widely used as a method of keeping time but the most commonly known use was for a source of heat.

Rhi Rhi Nails It Holistic Candle is created with conscious ingredients and purpose. The essential oils included are there to assist with elevating your emotions, thoughts and feelings. Acknowledging your chakras and aiming to balance them for a harmonious feeling.

What is your chakra? Chakras are energy centres inside our auras. Traditionally the chakras are base chakra, sacral chakra, solar plexus chakra, heart chakra, throat chakra, brow chakra and the crown chakra. Knowledge of chakras are documented in sacred Sanskrit text as far back as 600 BCE.

Rhi Rhi Nails It supports the Guild’s Green Salon Scheme. Our pledge is to reduce the environmental impact of our business and continually improve our environmental performance. With this pledge in mind all Rhi Rhi Nails It retail items have minimal outer packaging.

Ingredients Profile

Soya wax
Soy wax is created from the soybean oil, the wax has a low melting point anywhere from 49 to 82 degrees Celsius, and this creates a cooler burning candle, creating a longer lasting burn with a large liquid wax pool. This in turn gives a good spread of essential oil fragrance into your rooms and spaces.

Patchouli Essential Oil
Patchouli is a species of plant that can grow to around 2.5ft in height. The plant is typically bushy with small, pale pink-white flowers, the leaves can be harvested several times a year. It is native to tropical regions of planet such as the Caribbean, Mauritius, Maldives and Seychelles.

Patchouli is a great match for your base chakra whose energies assist with standing and grounding, deepening and connecting to the environment. Resonating with red light frequencies while establishing us upon the Earth and stimulating the endocrine glands and sex organs.

Sandalwood Essential Oil
Sandalwood is from the genus Santalum tree. The woods characteristics are heavy, yellow, and fine-grained, they are known to retain their fragrance for decades. Sandalwood is documented as one of the most expensive woods in the world, the essential oil has been highly valued for centuries.

Ylang Ylang Essential Oil
The Cananga tree, sometimes call the perfume tree is native to India. This tropical tree can be found in parts of Indochina, Malaysia, the Philippines and Indonesia, Madagascar all the way to Queensland, Australia.

Ylang Ylang/Sandalwood both used the Sacral chakra representing emotions, pleasure, relationships and creativity. Representing orange light frequencies and stimulating the adrenal glands responsible for our fight or flight reflex.

Neroli Essential Oil
Neroli oil is an essential oil produced from the blossom of the bitter orange tree, Neroli oil is prized for its calming and relaxing scent. The blossoms are gathered, usually by hand, in late April to early May. Tunisia is the largest producer of Neroli oil followed by Morocco.
By the end of the 17th century, Anne Marie Orsini, duchess of Bracciano and princess of Nerola, Italy, introduced the essence of bitter orange tree as a fashionable fragrance by using it to perfume her gloves. Since then, the term “neroli” has been used to describe this essence.

Neroli is commonly used in connection with the Heart chakra supporting our well-being, gentle love and unconditional relationships. Reflecting with green light frequencies whilst radiating the thymus glad used for our body’s immune system.

Frankincense
Frankincense also known as Olibanum, which is the resin obtained from the tree Boswellia, the resin is sorted by hand to maintain quality.

Frankincense has been commonplace in trade markets for more than 6,000 years over the whole Arabian Peninsula. It is documented that the Egyptians would cleanse body cavities as part of the mummification process with frankincense.

Frankincense is mainly used for our Brow chakra, connecting to our inner sight, intuition and harmony with nature. Resonating a deep blue frequency of light which can keep our circadian rhythms of sleeping and waking.

Dried Black Mallow
Black Mallow is a flower widely known for its variety of healing properties ranging from inflammation to hormonal balance. Previously a flower worn on the May Day celebration in the garland designed.

Dried Gomphrena
Dried Gomphrena is a flower native to South America but is currently grown globally. It is widely used in garlands during Bhai Tika in Nepal. Gomphrena has been documented as far back as 1870, to assist with anywhere from reproductive to digestive issues.

Black Tourmaline
The black variety of Tourmaline can be found in a large number of locations, including Pakistan, Australia, Brazil, Sri Lanka, Africa and the USA. It is also known as Schorl. Black Tourmaline is a powerful grounding crystal great for assisting the two lowest chakras the base or root chakra. Its main power lies in protecting from negative energies. The stone does not absorb negativity but alters it into positive energy.