Fragranced soy wax melts
Right off the bat we’ve decided to stick to natural, renewable wax for the base of our Good Vibes home fragrance lineup. Soy wax is fantastic – in addition to being nature-derived, it also melts at a lower temperature and burns longer than paraffin, and in candles, it doesn’t soot either. The fragrances used are the same skin-safe oils used in The OG mosturiser lineup too!
These wax melts are a great option if you have (or prefer) a wax/oil warmer, or don’t want to light a candle inside your house, but want to enjoy epic fragrance all the same.
What’s in the package?
Inside each of these adorable, hand-wrapped packages are four mini cubes of fragranced soy wax, weighing approx 8g. You can drop the whole lot into your burner at once, or get creative if you’ve got a few and mix n’ match!
How to use:
- Choose one or more cubes to be melted – mix n’ match fragrances if you like
- Place in a wax or oil warmer – either a tea light warmer, or an electric wax/oil warmer with an open dish
- Don’t use with water diffusers
- Don’t add water or oil to the dish
- Don’t overfill – keep it to half the dish or less ideally
- Turn on or light the warmer to enjoy!
- These soy wax melts don’t evaporate like candles do, so you will still have some wax left once the fragrance has run out. You can either dab the warm wax out with a cotton swab or paper towel; warm the dish and pull the disc of wax out once it’s loose; or pour the wax out and reuse it as you wish.
- If you don’t have a burner/melter yet, you could try creating a bain-marie; you just need to warm the wax to 50C or above to release the fragrance. Early product testers have done exactly this to great effect.
- Get creative! Try mixing a few cubes of your favourite fragrances together and make your own unique aroma.
- Reusing spent wax: try adding a little of your favourite essential oils to the warm wax (no more than 8-10% of the remaining wax weight), give it a stir and let cool. After 2 weeks of curing it’ll be ready to go again!
Don’t overheat your wax. If it’s smoking, it’s too hot! (Some tea lights can burn in a smoky manner – if you see smoke, check your candle first)
Be careful when handling molten wax as it can be very hot.
Don’t leave your melter/burner unattended.
Don’t eat the forbidden candy. These wax melts smell absolutely delicious, but don’t give in to temptation!