About Our Products

WE CHOOSE TO WORK WITH NATURAL PRODUCTS.

Flemings Home candles & Home Fragrances products are designed to enhance the mood of a space we love, and not to overpower it. Our fragrances are long lasting and strong but not to become annoying beyond a point.

Production process starts with the development of our fine home fragrances. Fleming's Home use only the highest quality Therapeutic Grade Essential Oil and Body Safe Grade Fragrances to develop an all all around eco-friendly product which is safe for you and everyone in your home.

We take great pride in the quality and craftsmanship of our products. From the beginning of picking and mixing essential oils and fragrances, to the design of our labels and packaging. Every step in our process is closely supervised to ensure every single product that goes out of our studio is up to the highest quality standards.

"We don't take shortcuts or easy way out" ­ -Victor

100% U.S. Grown Soy Wax

Many candle makers and notorious brands use Paraffin wax or a blend of Paraffin with Soy Wax to make their candles. They choose Paraffin because it allows them to add a higher percentage of fragrance. Paraffin Wax was originally called Petroleum Wax when it was discovered. This wax is created from the sludge found at the bottom of the barrel when crude oil is refined into gasoline. The issue we see with Candles made with Paraffin, is that they release carcinogenic chemicals when burned. Burning paraffin candles can cause respiratory problems.

The Soy Wax we use undergoes a purification process to thoroughly remove any pesticides, herbicides or Genetically Modified Materials.

Essential Oils

Essential oils are natural oils typically obtained by distillation and having the characteristic fragrance of the plant or other source from which it is extracted.

Essential oils have been used for thousands of years in various cultures for medicinal and health purposes. Essential oil uses range from aromatherapy, household cleaning products, personal beauty care and natural medicine treatments. We mix these oils with fine fragrances that are Phthalate free.

Phthalate Free Fragrances

All our fragrances are Phthalate FREE. We decided not to work with fragrances with phthalate because of the recent concerns linking high level of phthalate to health issues, specially in children.

While there are no regulations against phthalate use in candles, our main concern is the health of everyone using our products.

Cotton Wick ­Lead Free

Many candle makers don't like using Cotton wicks because cotton wicks are often limp and will fall over into the wax. To ensure our candles can be enjoyed until the last burn, we use a flat cotton wick braided with thin paper threads that gives the wick a rigid structure without the need for a core and free of chemical treatments. Our wick are designed to self­ extinguish for added safety.

Our products are:

  • petroleum-free
  • cruelty-free / not tested in animals
  • 100% began
  • phthalate-free
  • alcohol free
  • cero artificial dye or colorants
  • refined oils free
  • poured, wicked and labeled by hand
  • fillers free
  • produced in small batches
  • Body Safe

What can you find in our products?

  • 100% Soy Wax
  • phthalate-free Fragrances
  • therapeutic Grade Essential Oils
  • cotton wick
  • labels printed on recycle paper
  • reusable containers 

Is our Wax non GMO certified?

Unfortunately no. Only a very small percentage of the total US production of soybeans is organic. About 98% of the soybean harvest has been either genetically modified (GMO) or non-GMO mixed in with GMO soybeans. 

A designation of "Organic" is also not possible for any soy wax or any wax made from liquid vegetable oil that is turned into a solid. In order for liquid soybean oil to transform into a solid wax, the oil must undergo a chemical change. Due to this chemical change, the wax cannot meet an "Organic" Certification.

What's the difference between Paraffin & Soy Wax?

Paraffin Wax

  • Discovered in 1850
  • A natural product derived from the components of decayed animal and plant material
  • Made by removing the waxy substance from crude oil
  • Most popular kind of wax used in candle making

Soy Wax

  • Discovered in 1991 as an alternative to paraffin wax
  • Natural, renewable, non-toxic and biodegradable 
  • Hydrogenated form of soybean oil
  • Available in flake form and has an off-white appearance
  • Has a lower melting point than paraffin
  • Commercial soy wax blends tend to be softer than paraffin and will melt in warm weather
  • Burns longer and at a cooler temperature than paraffin wax

"Now you know why we use 100% Soy Wax" - Victor