Asked by: Volodya Marantzasked in category: General Last Updated: 16th April, 2020
What wax is used in Bath and Body Works candles?
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Similarly one may ask, are Bath & Body Works candles bad for you?
Candles with more fragrance, like those found at Bath and Body Works or Yankee Candle, are also said to produce more soot, according to a 2001 study performed by the EPA. The same study also mentioned the cancer risks associated with benzene, toluene, and acetone.
Likewise, can Bath and Body Works cause cancer? Bath and Body Works LLC currently uses PROVEN cancer causing chemicals in their body products including lip gloss, lotions and body washes. Why would such a large and well-known company continue using harmful parabens. Bath and Body Works also uses triclosan, which is an antimicrobial pesticide!
Similarly, it is asked, do Bath and Body Works candles contain phthalates?
According to EWG, over 70% of products that have “fragrance” on the label contain “ phthalates ” (pronounced “THAE-LATES”), which are known hormone disruptors. Since I've committed to no more fragrance in my lifestyle, I knew I had to say buh-bye to my beloved fall candles from Bath & Body Works .
Why are Bath and Body Works candles so expensive?
They take a lot of pride in the wax blend used to create their candles . It's a special blend that is made to burn more evenly and wicks that are supposed to give off les