We scent our coconut wax with pure essential oils, choosing botanical blends over a synthetic fragrance line. We learned however, that not all oils are grown, harvested and sold equally. We made the decision to only invest in distributors that provide a fair trade to farmers and distillers. All of our oils are ethically produced, therapeutic grade and grown without the use of pesticides or chemical fertilizers.
By striving for the lowest environmental impact possible we ended up developing a sustainable line of candles. Friends and family encouraged us to turn our craft project into a side business and Earthlite was born.
Producing candles on a bigger scale does change things but we remain committed to our original mission by choosing sustainable solutions across our entire production and distribution process. We utilize already produced resources by pouring our candles into recycled glass containers that can be Refilled or returned back to us for a Reuse, Reduce Discount on your next purchase. We minimize our packaging needs by hand stamping reusable muslin bags and recycled hemp paper tags and our iconic wax seals are made from natural biodegradable plant resins.
We promise to always maintain a wholesome business by only creating products that are good for you and the planet.
-Jess & Justin
Jessica Waters is a freelance Multimedia Producer and Environmental Journalist. Her mission is to create meaningful content that inspires positive change and motivates people to care about the world. Her work has been shown at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History as well as on the National Geographic and Discovery Channels.
Justin Puda is a freelance Motion Graphics Artist and Creative Director. After working for Sony, he moved on to establish his own creative company, Rocket Lab. Rocket Lab Collective is a San Diego-based, multimedia creative studio specializing in motion graphics, VFX, 3D animation, live action, sound and visual design.