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Alesha

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    Bath and body products, home cleaning products, jewelry, essential oil blends, candles

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  1. Holy smokes, candle making can take months to years to figure out?!? :-o bfroberts — thanks, I’ve checked them out as well, and they won’t ship to either my home or work for whatever reason. Busy Bee — thanks for the information! And yes, I know all about precious EOs, as I deal with them on a daily basis. Making a rose-scented candle with rose EO would be very costly. I use mine sparingly for making skin care products, and a little goes a long way, thankfully. For mason jars… A lot of the kits I’ve seen come with smaller containers. So, if soy is so bad for small cont
  2. Thanks! I looked at both: one company doesn't ship to Canada, and the other has excellent prices, but shipping to Canada is $60! I'll see what's available in Canada for candle making kits though.
  3. Thanks Laura! Hey, do you have any idea why I can't log into the site on my desktop computer? I can only access it on my phone...???
  4. Hi there! I just joined this board after running across it in a Google search… I got the idea in my head to make little mason jar candles for Christmas, and then I started doing some research. Holy smokes, there’s a LOT to candle making! I’m not a stranger to concocting things, and have a small business where I make natural bath, body and home care products, so I understand a bit of the science of it, but have some questions… 1. From my research, I’m understanding that soy wax is best for container candles. I’ve found some soy wax from one of my suppliers, a
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