Welcome to Joseph Henry 1895 Wholesale!
We are happy that you have stumbled upon our store and look forward to working with you.
A FEW THINGS
All of our products are traditionally handcrafted from scratch in small batches.
As we work with natural ingredients and our products are handcrafted, there might be some size and color variations.
Our soaps are made with natural, skin-loving ingredients, a generous helping of essential oils, clays and botanicals.
Our candles are handcrafted with locally sourced Canadian beeswax. They are either hand-poured or slowly hand-dipped to achieve the desired thickness.
Min. wholesale order is $350 with a discount of 40%. Your orders are made and shipped in the order received.
Most wholesale orders are made to order. We might occasionally have enough stock, so do inquire.
THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING OUR FAMILY IN THIS JOURNEY!
Svetlana, Joseph, Dan, Alex, Bear & Monty.
What ingredients do you use in your soaps?
In the early days of the brand creation we decided to only use natural ingredients like oils, butters, clays, botanicals and essential oils in our soaps. We haven't faltered since.
How do you color your candles?
Just like with our soaps, our candles are made with 100% natural ingredients. We achieve all our shades through a technique of natural plant dyeing.
Why is the soap weight approximate?
We handcraft our soap by pouring the soap batter into molds. It is never the same height. We further cure the soap for a minimum of one month. Even when the soap is ready for sale it continues to age and shrink.
How long does a bar of your soap typically last?
Most of our bars last between 3-4 weeks, however it depends on the your use and storage conditions. Keep it dry for better mileage.
Why beeswax candles?
Beeswax is an amazing material to work with. It naturally occurs in a variety of colours - ranging from creamy white, through to bright yellow and dark brown depending on the flowers the bees have been foraging and, to some extent, how the beekeeper has handled the wax. Beeswax candles has a superior burn and health benefits to a paraffin, soy or palm wax candles.
What is that white film on your candles?
Over time, and especially in colder weather, beeswax naturally produces a 'bloom' - which appears as a white film on the wax of your candle. We love this natural occurrence as it beautifully "ages" the candle. It doesn't affect the quality of the candle,in fact it is a sign that the candle you are burning is 100% beeswax. To get rid of the bloom, either handle your candle with warm hands, or gently wipe it with cloth.