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Lucky Vitamin Presents: Aloha Bay

Filed Under: Announcements & News at 11:00 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak
Lucky Vitamin is happy to add new products to one of our most popular lines of candles: Aloha Bay.

Aloha Bay is a leader and pioneer in the candle industry. The first to introduce a new generation of scented, vegetable palm oil candles to the US market, Aloha Bay is currently the largest US manufacturer of vegetable wax candles.

Aloha Bay offers the broadest selection of vegetable wax products in the gift industry: tapers, tea lights, votives, and jar candles, as well as the widest selection of colors, fragrances and unscented products.

In 1993, Aloha Bay began manufacturing and wholesaling hand dipped paraffin tapers, painted with palm wax. These beautiful tapers are still popular in the gift industry, along with the first 100% Palm Wax votives and richly scented jar candles. Over the years, the company has expanded the use of pure essential oils and has become the primary vegetable wax wholesale candle and Himalayan salt lamp supplier to the natural food industry.

Aloha Bay has continued to experiment with every type of vegetable wax including soy, coconut, rice bran, carnauba, bayberry, jojoba and even castor oil. The company has found that palm wax makes the best candles especially blended with high concentrations of pure essential oil scents. Most vegetable waxes (e.g. soy wax) are too soft and oily to be used, but are often mixed together with large percentages of palm wax.

Aloha Bay always tries to follow sustainable business practices, being aware of the impact on the planet, wildlife, neighbors, and global partners. Aloha Bay travels to Pakistan, India, Brazil, Indonesia, and Malaysia to source certified organic palm wax as well as for essential oils, wild crafted herbs, and naturally occurring Himalayan salt.

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One Response to “Lucky Vitamin Presents: Aloha Bay”

  1. Ram says:

    I would suggest you start buynig used candles from your local garage sales cheaply and haggle on prices.Separate the ones that have scent from the ones that don’t,also colors.Use a double boiler to melt the wax slowly and pour into your vessels.The only thing i would suggest you buy new is the cotton string.Tie a washer or a small rock to one end insert it into the vessel pour wax.Try different mediums such as leaves,rocks,sand,coins,sticks on the outside of the candle.Use the hot wax to make them stick.

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