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Candace

Smell is one of the human senses which can flow through the whole body. I am the Founder of NeoCandle.com where we talk all about scented candles. Known as Candace the Candle Girl, I know pretty much all there is to know about scented candles. I make and sell them on Etsy and Ebay - so be sure to ask if you have any burning questions :) (pun intended ;) )

Best Candle Wax For Scent Throw

Which Candle Wax Gives The Best Scent Throw Candle waxes come in many different forms. Some are solid, while others are liquid. Solid waxes tend to hold fragrance longer than liquids. Beeswax is a natural wax that gives off a strong aroma. It’s ideal for making long burning candles and giving off a lot of scent throw. For instance, beeswax works… Read More »Best Candle Wax For Scent Throw

What Does Bergamont Smell Like?

What Does Bergamont Smell Like? Known as the “prince of citrus,” bergamot has a refreshing and rounded citrus smell; sweet, but complex and deep at the same time; similar to lime, but with floral, herbal, and resinous undertones. Bergamot smells like a combination of lime and orange. It’s known as the “prince of citrus,” and its scent is fresh and… Read More »What Does Bergamont Smell Like?

How Long Does Candle Wax Take To Dry?

How Long Does It Take for Candle Wax to Dry? Depending on their own unique properties, different types of the wick may dry up faster or slower. Sometimes the reasons for these changes are changes within the materials themselves, sometimes they’re intentional alterations made by the manufacturer. Depending upon what type of material you choose to create your candles from,… Read More »How Long Does Candle Wax Take To Dry?

How To Make A Tie Dye Candle?

How Do You Make A Tie Dye Candle? You’ll find that making a tie dye candle is very simple. All you need is a metal mold, canning wax, paper cup molds, crayons, and liquid candle dye. To make a tie-dye candle, first pour the canning wax into the metal mold. Then add the paper cup molds and place them inside… Read More »How To Make A Tie Dye Candle?