NecessityPantry

November Farms

Green Lane, Pennsylvania · 547 Sales

NecessityPantry

November Farms

Green Lane, Pennsylvania 547 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars
(182)

Announcement   Welcome to my shop! The things you find me selling on Etsy are things that I love and use everyday in my own home. I use only the best for my family, so you can be sure that everything you find on my shop is the best quality!

**As I am a small business owner, buyer is responsible for shipping on refunds/returns.

Announcement

Last updated on Dec 2, 2016

Welcome to my shop! The things you find me selling on Etsy are things that I love and use everyday in my own home. I use only the best for my family, so you can be sure that everything you find on my shop is the best quality!

**As I am a small business owner, buyer is responsible for shipping on refunds/returns.

Kelsey Kemmerer

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Kelsey Kemmerer

Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(182)
Veronica

Veronica on Nov 29, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Great candle! Smells lovely - will be back for another.

kfna63

kfna63 on Feb 13, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

This is a Wonderful Conditioner Bar and If I could give it ten stars I would, it is the best!!! My hair is so easy to comb, after using it, and so little of it is needed. My hair has no dryness or fly aways, and it looks and feels like silk. I am very impressed with the results of this bar, and will continue using it for as long as I can. Please consider making a shampoo bar.

Bef Fallon

Bef Fallon on Dec 22, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

Lovely candles, shipped quickly. Thank you so much! (Please make more!) :)

Bef Fallon

Bef Fallon on Dec 22, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

Lovely candles, shipped quickly. Thank you so much! (Please make more!) :)

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Shop policies

Last updated on January 20, 2014
Welcome to my shop! The things you find me selling on etsy are things that I love and use everyday in my own home. I use only the best for my family, so you can be sure that everything you find on my shop is the best quality!

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
  • Pay with Master Card
  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
  • Pay with PayPal
  • Buy with Apple Pay
  • Pay with Sofort
  • Pay with iDeal
  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
I currently accept payments via all major credit cards and Paypal.

Once an order ships, it cannot be changed or canceled. Full payment is required to initiate order.
Shipping
All packages are shipped via USPS Priority Mail

I ship most of my items in priority flat rate boxes. or flat rate padded envelopes. Part of my shipping charge is for my handling of the items, this includes using bubble wrap for safe delivery, and also my trip to the post office. Thus my shipping price.

If you live locally I would be more than happy to arrange for you to pick up your order and receive free shipping!
Refunds and Exchanges
I accept refunds, buyer must pay for return shipping. If you are having any issues with your order, please feel free to email me. I am happy to help you with any troubleshooting, questions or concerns you may have. In the event that your item is damaged, I will send a replacement free of charge.

In the event that your package is delivered to an undeliverable address, I will refund the cost of your order (excluding shipping costs) once I receive the package back to my location. Please note that Necessity Pantry is NOT responsible for any lost items that have not been confirmed lost by USPS or undeliverable packages that are not returned back to my location.
Additional policies and FAQs
Candle FAQ's:

What are your Beeswax candles made out of?
My all natural candles are made with Beeswax.. Beeswax is a more natural alternative than that of the typical Parrafin Wax used to make candles. Beeswax is made from the glands of honeybeesl while Parrafin (which is the wax many use because it is so inexpensive) is made from decayed animal and plant material.

What are your wicks made out of?
All natural squrebraided cotton.

What is the best way to care for my candle?
• Before lighting your candle, please make sure it is on a sturdy surface away from flammable materials and children.
• When the candle is lit, allow for the burn pool or melted wax to reach all surrounding sides of the container before extinguishing. This prevents the candle from tunneling or burning unevenly.
• Trim the wick after each use or when it begins to mushroom/distort. This prevents access soot from accumulating and contributes to an even burn.
• To optimize the performance of your candle, burn no more than 4 hour intervals.

Info on why I sell beeswax candles over other waxes....
http://www.alohabay.com/people/What-Chemicals-Are-in-Your-Soy-Candles.html
http://greenmommyblog.com/index.php/2010/03/23/organic-soy-candles-ok-heres-the-deal/

SOY wax candles are most often a blend of soy,
palm, paraffin, and beeswax.
Paraffin is a petroleum byproduct. It is the sludge left over
after processing diesel. Synthetic co solvents can be added to
paraffin to effect fragrance throw and or prevent the colors
from fading in ultraviolet light. Crude oil is not a renewable
resource. We believe burning a petroleum product in your
home, is not a good idea. To burn a kerosene heater (with an
open flame) in your home is strictly prohibited. A paraffin
candle, after all, is nothing but a tiny crude oil based “heater”.

Palm Wax Candles FAQ's:

http://www.bonbons-creations.com/Pages/EcoFriendlyWax.aspx

I purchase my all natural palm wax from Nature's Garden which is a reputable source. This is what they say about their palm wax:
"Our palm waxes come from palm trees which are cultivated on private plantations. Our palm wax is no threat to rainforests or the organutan ecosystems. Our palm wax is eco-friendly, and is provided from a sustainable tree crop which helps to sequester carbon. We are pleased to affirm that the palm oil used by our company originates from reputable plantation companies who are members of the Malaysian Palm Oil Association (MPOA). MPOA, together with many other stakeholders, has pioneered the establishment of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO). Besides plantation companies, foreign companies and Associations such as Unilever, Sainsbury (in United Kingdom), Migros (in Switzerland) and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) are also active participants in RSPO. These members have pledged to support all activities to promote and implement sustainable palm oil production.
Our Companies have recognized that the Roundtable process is a secure and neutral environment in which to build trust, share ideas and develop understanding about the practicalities in the palm oil supply chain involving producers, traders, processors, consumer goods manufacturers, retailers, investors and NGOs.
Our Companies through all the Members of MPOA, takes pride in being part of this RSPO process."