The world is changing fast and we all want to be more sustainable and more environmentally friendly. This is also possible with our favorite candles. I have done a lot of research and found some of the best vegan candle brands.
The 11 Best Vegan Candles
- Pura Botanica
- P.F. Candle Co
- Evil Queen
- New Haven Project
- Harpers Candles
- Linneaâ€™s Lights
- Lite + Cycle
How did we choose?
We considered several factors when compiling this list of the best vegan candle brands. Not only did we look at quality and price, but we looked at company goals and social involvement.
In addition, a few of these brands go above and beyond in their mission.
We are very supportive of brands that have a positive impact on the world and do their part to make the world a better place.
Paddywax makes candles using soy wax sourced from US farms. They are located in Tennessee and they hand pour all of their candles in their factory in Nashville. The candles are made with a blend of soy wax, essential oils, and natural fragrances.
Pura Botanica is a producer of all-natural, cruelty-free products that are both organic and sustainable. They use recycled and recyclable packaging and follow PETA’s code of ethics in all stages of product development.
Here is Pura Botanicas sales page.
P.F. Candle Co
P.F. Candle Co candles are made with 100% domestically grown soy wax. The entire product line is vegan and cruelty free. All products are developed, produced, packed and shipped from their warehouse in Los Angeles, California.
Here is P.F. Candle Co sales page.
Evil Queen candles are made with 100% soy wax and are vegan and non-toxic. They are also launching a subscription service and all of their candles are hand-poured with love in Los Angeles, California.
Here is the Evil Queen sales page.
Good Light Candles
Good Light candles are made with natural and renewable palm wax. Oil palm trees produce up to ten times more oil per acre than any other crop. This makes it one of the most sustainable forms of oil and wax available.
Here is the GoodLight Candles sales page.
Pacifica candles are 100 vegan and cruelty-free. They also make lots of other products such as make-up, skincare, and perfume. Their candles can only be found on Amazon as far as I know.
Here is a link to the Pacifica sales page.
Octo candles are hand made by Ieva & FranÃ§ois using 100% soy wax and the finest natural ingredients. The candles are scented with the best 100% natural essential oils.
New Haven Project
The New Haven Project was established with the hopes of saving pre-slaughter animals. You can learn more about the New Haven Project here.
Here is the New Haven Project sales page.
Harpers Candles produces vegan candle sand is an organization with a cause. They support multiple pet related charities and believe people looking for a new pet should adpot, not shop. Read more about Harpers candles on their about page.
Here is Harpers Candles sales page.
Linneaâ€™s Lights is a woman owned family oriented brand. They have been producing luxury soy wax, double wick candles since 2009. All products are made with ethically sourced materials in their Midwest shop.
Here is the Linnea’s Lights sales page.
LITE + CYCLE
Lite + cycle uses 100% natural essential oils and 100 vegan waxes. A portion of all profit supports charities that help bring solar power to communities around the world that do not have electricity.
Here is the Lite + Cycle sales page.
Notice some missing brands?
We consciously left off a few brands that are vegan because they use paraffin wax in their candles. While paraffin wax is technically vegan, it is also a petroleum byproduct. When paraffin wax candles burn they release toxins that are known to cause cancer, among other things.
While Beeswax is natural, it is not vegan. We did not list any producers of beeswax candles on this article.
Did we miss something? Leave a comment down below and let us know what your favorite all-natural and vegan candle brands are.
You have a lot of great brands to choose from when looking for your next candle. Look for the scent you love and place an order and it is as easy as that. However, I prefer to support brands that also have a cause I can get behind.
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