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I just wanted to post a quick note to all of my readers to be sure to check out all of the scented soy candles articles under the different pages, and not just the books on How to Make Soy Candles and Tea Lights, or How to Start A Candle Making Business from Home which are featured on my homepage.
There is tab just for scented soy candle articles, and a second page for my EzineArticles RSS feed where all of the articles being written to post at EzineArticles show up. I have also made a page just for articles on the sensual pheromones for romantic candles and their enhancement.
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Beat the competition! Make it “no contest!“
Find your own unique selling propostion (USP) when you want to make your start-up scented soy candle home based business stand apart from everyone else in the crowd. Make their offerings just HOHUMDRUM ordinary candles. When you develop a loyal customer base, they will come back to you time and time again to buy, expanding your sales revenue.
Here’s a new twist to consider. Promote going green. So how do you sell exceptional scented soy candles better than anyone else’s? Read the rest of this entry »
Hopefully this will add the RSS feed to my articles authored on EzineArticles. If so then you will be able to read the lastest article written on how the perfect medium for making soy wax aromatherapy candles is all natural organic soy candle wax. Soy candle wax is also considered appropriate to make Vegan Candles with since it is made from Soy, there are no animal by-products in it. It’s also exceptional when used for warm wax massages.
Will post the article, then see how it works out…
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As the popularity of candles as a whole continues to soar, the demand for candle making material also continues to rise perennially. From among the various constituent elements that are required form, needless to say, candle making wax holds center stage as it is the primary ingredient. While candles in the yesteryears were made from tallow, which was essentially animal fat – something relatively easily available in those days, these candles also had distinct disadvantages in terms of a distinct foul smell as well as emission of heavy smoke.
Knowing the Different Kinds of Candle Making Wax is a good beginning. Click here to see the rest of the article. Soy candles are also an object of discussion.
Later this week I will be finishing an article, and video on how to enhance your scented soy candles with added pheromones for improving the pleasure of both men and women.
I like having a supply of different scented soy wax chips available. They are simple to make, and a good starting point for any candle making beginner. Soy Candle wax chips can be used as gifts, to show off your candles scent quality, or around the house in candle warmers as melts, especially if company is coming.
Once you get into making your own soy wax candles, there may come a time when you decide to change a hobby into a very lucrative soy candle home based business. Read the rest of this entry »
The presumption with “Triple Scented” candles is the scent load held will be three times greater than the fragrance held by a normal candle. Unfortunately this isn’t always true. A good quality, highly scented soy candle will have a potent scent that will be long lasting, and rapidly fill the air with scent inside your home. Read the rest of this entry »
Soy candle types and wax can vary significantly from different manufacturers, and come in many forms. As a result, you need to consider what type of candle you are interested in making. Once you decide the type of candle you plan to make, then you can decide the type of soy candle wax required. This may seem a bit overwhelming at first, but my recommendation is to start with pouring a simple candle, and work your way up to the more complex candles as your experience grows.
Aroma Melts, are melted with heat given off from a candle burner. For the purist, you will want to avoid fragrance oils, and use essential oils. Aroma melt burners can use soy tea light candles to provide the heat needed for scenting the room. Some people choose to use electric burners which plug into electric sockets. I prefer to heat my natural soy melts with my natural homemade soy tea light candles.
Aroma melts plus a candle burner make great gifts ideas, and are easy make when they are needed. For holidays, I will use different melt shapes. For Valentine’s Day, I make heart shaped melts, adding my favorite romantic essential oil for the aromas I want.
Soy Tealight Candles
Soy tealight candles are fun and easy candle projects for the novice to begin with. These little candles can be used to heat candle burners, or simple burned in clusters for their own aromas. A great gift idea is to make a collection of soy tealights, and pleace them in sachet bags, to be used as gifts, or drawer fresheners.
Soy votive candles are smaller than both pillar candles, or soy container candles. Once poured they need to be burned in a votive candle holder, for the sake of safety. It takes a harder wax to make a soy votive candle. Once you have learned how to make soy votives using all natural soy wax, if you learn to add all natural essential oils, and natural plant colorants, you will have a perfect all natural soy wax candle. The key is the missing ingredients. No artifical scents, no artifical dyes, no petroleum based paraffin candle wax will be filling your air with toxins to contaminate the air you breath.
Soy Container Candles
Container soy wax candles are just exactly that. Soy candles poured into containers. The containers may be glass, or even ceramic. Normally soy candle wax for containers is softer than other forms since there is a vessel to hold the melting wax. You can even use jelly jar containers, or mason jar containers for larger volume candles. Making a high quality, pure soy candle in an high quality glass container can make a very elegant presentation.
Soy Pillar Candles
When you want to make your own soy pillar candle, the process becomes a bit more advanced. Once again, a harder soy wax is needed to make soy pillar candles hold their shape, and form when the candle is being burned, to hold the wax pool that forms as the candle melts.
Good luck! Enjoy, and have fun making candles! To get more instructional manuals with all the information you need to make your own soy candles, click here.