DII Traditions Eucalyptus And Spearmint Scented Candle

Last updated date: July 1, 2019

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In our analysis of 37 expert reviews, the DII Traditions DII Traditions Eucalyptus And Spearmint Scented Candle placed 8th when we looked at the top 8 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

Editor's Note November 14, 2019:
Checkout The Best Aromatherapy Candle for a detailed review of all the top aromatherapy candles.

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From The Manufacturer

These 3-wick candles measure 4x4" round and have an incredible 45+ hour burn time. Enjoy the delightful aroma throughout your entire room while it burns. Candles are made using the highest concentration of quality fragranced oils that will leave you feeling calm and relaxed. Perfect for your kitchen, bathroom, living room, office, and any other space in need of a delightful highly fragranced scent. Give as a gift or keep for yourself. Makes a great hostess gift, housewarming gift, bridal shower, Christmas gift, teacher appreciation gift, Mother's Day gift and more.

Overall Product Rankings

1. Lulu Candles Fresh Linen Scented Candle
Overall Score: 9.3
Expert Reviews: 4
2. Chesapeake Bay Balance + Harmony Candle
Overall Score: 9.1
Expert Reviews: 8
3. Gerrard Larriett Chamomile Deodorizing Pet Eliminator
Overall Score: 9.0
Expert Reviews: 8
4. Way Out West Eucalyptus Aromatherapy Candle
Overall Score: 8.9
Expert Reviews: 5
5. Bath & Body Works Aromatherapy Candle, Eucalyptus
Overall Score: 8.5
Expert Reviews: 0
6. Wax & Oils Lavender Aromatherapy Candle
Overall Score: 8.4
Expert Reviews: 8
7. Wax & Oils Peppermint Eucalyptus Aromatherapy Candle
Overall Score: 7.5
Expert Reviews: 4
8. DII Traditions Eucalyptus And Spearmint Scented Candle
Overall Score: 5.6
Expert Reviews: 0

An Overview On Aromatherapy Candles

Aromatherapy is considered a form of alternative medicine and uses essential oils derived from plants. The practice comes with many benefits for both body and mind. Aromatherapy candles are one form that not only allow you to fill your home with sweet scents, but also, depending on the specific oils used, provide stress relief, energy or a peaceful night’s rest.

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When buying aromatherapy candles, you should always check that the ingredients are pure and do not contain any toxic chemicals.

Next, decide if you’d like your aromatherapy candle to have a strong scent that fills the room or a combination of essential oils that promote a certain health benefit. For example, the Lulu Candles Fresh Linen Scented Candle leaves your home smelling like freshly laundered sheets. Other candles, however, may have an ingredient like lavender essential oil, which has a pleasant scent, but is mainly used for its ability to leave you feeling calm.

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Check the candle’s burning time, so you can calculate how often you’d have to replace it. Some aromatherapy candles offer 50 hours of burning time, while others can burn for as many as 80 hours.

Take a look at the jar holding the candle. Some are plain and simply designed to allow the candle to burn safely. Some are decorative on the outside and some, like the Chesapeake Bay Balance + Harmony Candle, are made of frosted glass that emits a romantic glow while lit.

Finally, consider aromatherapy candles that are designed to serve a specific purpose. The Gerrard Larriett Chamomile works to neutralize unpleasant pet odors instead of just masking them. All of the ingredients are safe to use around pets and have been recommended by veterinarians.

DYWM Fun Fact

Aromatherapy has reportedly been in use for over 5,000 years. In fact, not only did the famous philosopher Dioscorides write about essential oils in 100 A.D., but the well-known physician Hippocrates also recommended them as a way to stay healthy.

Although aromatherapy didn’t become popular in the United States until after 1980, it was widely used by the Egyptians during religious ceremonies and by the French to fight diseases. The Chinese, Germans and Indians were also known to have used aromatherapy for everything from perfumes to wound cleaners.

The Aromatherapy Candle Buying Guide

  • When trying a new aromatherapy candle brand, you may want to look for a 100% satisfaction or your money-back guarantee. This way, you are protected if the candle does not meet your standards.
  • Aromatherapy candles make excellent birthday, Christmas and housewarming gifts. Some even come with decorative gift boxes that are sure to please any recipient.
  • If your aromatherapy candle doesn’t come with a lid to extinguish the burning flame when you leave the room, use a snuffer. Blowing out the flame isn’t ideal, as this could cause hot wax to splatter up and burn you or someone near you.
  • Candles should never be left unattended or placed near an item that could catch fire, such as a pile of napkins on a table or a curtain by the windowsill.
  • If you have children or pets in the house, place the candles out of their reach. Consider a fireplace mantel or a top shelf.
  • The National Candle Association recommends candles be extinguished and tossed once they reach 2 inches of wax (without a container) or ½ inch (with a container).
  • An essential oil guide would make an excellent companion to any aromatherapy candle. The guide will list all the known benefits associated with each essential oil. For example, vanilla essential oil has antioxidant properties, eucalyptus essential oil relieves muscle pain and jasmine essential oil works as an antidepressant.
  • While many aromatherapy candles are made in the United States, it is important to note that the essential oils used in making the candles are often sourced from a number of countries around the globe.
  • When buying an aromatherapy candle, you’ll want to consider the price. Be sure to find a candle that fits within your budget.