Chakra Crystal Selenite Lamp by Aloha Bay
Aloha Bay - Chakra Crystal Selenite Lamp - 1.4 lbs.
Aloha Bay Chakra Crystal Selenite Lamp are made from salt crystal rocks formed by nature hundreds of millions of years ago and mined over 500 yards underground from the foothills of the Himalayas. When mining the salt crystals, explosives are strictly prohibited to preserve the structures of the crystals. Aloha Bay Chakra Crystal Selenite Lamp are carefully crafted by hand to retain the unique, beautiful and natural shape of the rock. The result is a rare crystal with such beautiful colors ranging from off-white to apricot and warm pink. As the lit bulb or a tea light warms up the lamp, healthful negative ions lift off from the surface and help to cleanse and improve the quality and freshness of the air you breathe.
The warmth and natural beauty of the glow provided by these lamps makes them a wonderful accent for any room, as well as an outstanding and much appreciated gift for friends and loved ones. They provide a natural ambience that enhances home and office, and are a perfect answer for providing Feng Shui cures for buildings that have “stuck” energy (chi).
About Aloha Bay
In 1993, Aloha Bay began manufacturing and wholesaling hand dipped paraffin tapers, painted with palm wax. These beautiful tapers are still popular in the gift industry. In 1997, they developed the first 100% Palm Wax votives and richly scented jar candles.
Over the years, they have expanded their use of pure essential oils and have become the primary vegetable wax wholesale candle and Himalayan salt lamp supplier to the natural food industry.
Aloha Bay has continued to experiment with every type of vegetable wax (soy, coconut, rice bran, carnauba, candelilla, bayberry, jojoba and even castor oil).
They have found that palm wax makes the best candles especially blended with high concentrations of pure essential oil scents.
Most vegetable waxes (e.g. soy wax) are too soft and oily to be used by themselves, so they are often mixed together with large percentages of palm wax.
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About Aloha Bay
ALOHA BAY HAS BEEN MANUFACTURING IN THE US SINCE 1993, WHEN THEY WERE KNOWN AS BRIGHT LIGHTS CANDLE COMPANY. BRIGHT LIGHTS WAS THE FIRST TO INTRODUCE A NEW GENERATION OF SCENTED, VEGETABLE PALM OIL CANDLES TO THE US MARKET. ALOHA BAY IS THE LARGEST U.S. MANUFACTURER OF VEGETABLE WAX CANDLES. RESEARCH INDICATES THE COMPANY HAS THE BROADEST SELECTION OF VEGETABLE WAX PRODUCTS IN THE GIFT INDUSTRY: TAPERS, TEA LIGHTS, VOTIVES, AND A HALF DOZEN JAR CANDLES (CHAKRA JARS, HIGHLY FRAGRANCED DECO JARS AND TRIP LIGHTS, ETC.). THEY ALSO HAVE THE WIDEST SELECTION OF COLORS, FRAGRANCES AND UNSCENTED PRODUCTS.
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This is so CUTE!!!! It is a small hunk of Selenite that sits on top of the black base which holds lighting that changes colors. It is absolutely calming and beautiful as it rotates through the colors. You can also stop the colors on any one that you want. Great gift idea!
At first it is surprising to see how small it really is but it is the product purchased. It goes with any decor due to not only the changing of multiple colors but you can stop the color change at any color. It makes a wonderful night lamp and is compact enough to fit most anywhere. When you turn the power on you have to hit the button a couple of times because it has the tendency to just alternate between two colors but turning the power button on again will correct which is why I gave it 4 stars.
looks great! it just seemed smaller than I thought it was going to be