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The wax used in scented candles is usually paraffin or vegetable wax soy wax rather than beeswax for the following reasons: 1. High melting point: The melting point of beeswax is usually 62-64°C, which is much lower than petrochemical wax or vegetable wax, which means that candles made of beeswax may become soft or melted or even deformed in hot weather or under direct sunlight.
Church candles are candles used in religious services, particularly in Christian churches. They are typically tall and narrow, with a steady flame that is meant to symbolize the light of Christ.
Scented candles should be stored in a cool and dry place. Excessively high temperature or direct sunlight will cause the surface of the candle to melt, which will affect the degree of fragrance of the candle, resulting in insufficient fragrance emission when lit.