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TikToker calls for chemicals in bath & body care products

A TikToker has released a video accusing Bath & Body Works of putting “dangerous” chemicals in their products.

Emily, the creator behind SilyCandleCo (@silycandleco) is an organic candle seller and TikTok content creator with 11,800 followers who regularly posts videos of candle ingredients. Her November 20 video showing how Bath & Body Works candles may contain chemicals that can melt paint has gone viral, garnering more than 629,500 views to date.

The video is a duet with TikTok user @krazysarai, showing @krazysarai filming her Bath & Body Works Wallflower — the brand’s air freshener — which she claims caused the paint to flow out of the cabinet. hers.

“Reminder that the same chemical that causes her wall to melt, is present in [Bath & Body Works] candles too,” Emily said. “And those things are being burned and discharged into your home.”

Most candles, including Bath & Body Works candles, are made with paraffin wax. Paraffin candle may contain harmful chemicals such as toleune, a chemical found in glues, paint thinners, and disinfectants. However, real impact Trace amounts of such chemicals are disputed.

Follow Body hygiene website, their candles “undergo extensive safety and quality testing under rigorous combustion and use conditions, and meet or exceed all applicable industry and government standards for safety and performance.”

Emily’s condemnation of the Bath & Body Works candle sparked a debate in the comments section. Some viewers said they had a similar experience with Bath & Body Works products.

“I worked at B&BW in 2000 and people kept bringing these in because they damaged anything on top and started fires. Think how they still sell them,” said @crysteaac.

“Haven’t bought a B&BW in years. It’s all malicious,” said @authentently_rachel.

Others are not concerned with potential chemicals.

@Ktbee471 says: “I’ve been here for quite a while, and it doesn’t last long, but it also makes my house smell good,” said @ktbee471.

“You inhale chemicals just by driving that car, walking outside… A wall plug won’t kill anyone,” said @heathers_03.

The Daily Dot has reached out to @silycandleco and Bath & Body Works for comment.


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*First published: December 15, 2021, 6:19 p.m. CST

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