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The history of scented candles in the United States dated back to the early 19th century. At that time, American candle manufacturers began adding scented oils to candles to improve the light and smell of the candles, which were first used primarily for religious ceremonial purposes. As aromatherapy became more popular in the United States in the late 20th century, people began to understand the physical and mental health benefits that plant oils and essential oils could provide, and scented candles began to be widely used as a natural and beneficial therapy. Today, scented candles are an integral part of the American home and are widely used for relaxation, to rejuvenate the atmosphere or to improve air quality.

According to Grand View Research, the global candle market is expected to exceed $20 billion by 2030. Of these, North America is the largest market, and the region is expected to continue to lead in the near future due to increased demand for the product during festival seasons such as Easter and Christmas. Demand for candles is high in the U.S. Candles are in demand as home decorations and are even more impressive during Western holiday celebrations, especially around Christmas or religious events.
The National Candle Association estimates that the U.S. candle industry is worth $4.5 billion, with millennials being the largest consumers.
Vintage wax is a type of wax that has been used for many years and is highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts. It is typically made from natural materials such as beeswax or paraffin, and is known for its durability and unique scent. Because it is a natural material, vintage wax can sometimes be difficult to find in its original form. However, there are many modern wax products that are designed to mimic the look and feel of vintage wax