Making Massage Candles

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16 Responses to Making Massage Candles

  • Jodi Walker says:

    Where did you get the tin containers from?

  • Lemon Pepper Tree Products says:

    lol massage candles are the only candles that i make lol I am no good at
    normal candles lol a tip for your wicks get a straw put a hole in it and
    thread the wick thru the straw and when ur put ur wick in you your tin it
    will not move as the straw keeps it still and in place lol xx great candles

  • Sugar & Spice Soaps says:

    Just like Shannon I also been wanting to do the massage candles I have the
    same tins that you have, I bought a while back but haven’t got round to
    making, so many things to do and so little time..lol

  • Angela Steeves says:

    I really love the massage candles too. I like the fact that the oil is warm
    when you apply it and I get the bonus of haveing a lit candle in the bath. :) The SoapQueens recipe really rocks, I just want one of my own. :) I love
    lotion bars too. The are very luxurious for the skin

  • Angela Steeves says:

    I know me too I have a list a mile long of experiments that I want to try
    and soaps I want to make lol :)

  • Angela Steeves says:

    Yeah it’s about 1/4 aprox. skin safe soy wax. I didn’t try the heat gun but
    did remelt them and it didn’t really help the texture …actually it turned
    some of my candles yellow..lol I think that was because of the frangrance
    oil.

  • Lemon Pepper Tree Products says:

    lol

  • Smellicious Soaps says:

    I’ve been debating the massage candle. I’ve made massage bars before with a
    lotion bar recipe that I have and I really like them.

  • Angela Steeves says:

    Ahhh Thank you so much that’s an excellent idea. That part was incredibly
    frustrating. I had to edit most of it out because of the cursing. lol :)

  • Smellicious Soaps says:

    I haven’t done candles before… but Karen @ Eden’s Secret dips the metal
    dealy of the wick in her oils and puts it in the tin first and lets it set
    up before she pours. I don’t know if you wanted to try that or anything..
    just an observation lol.

  • Sugar & Spice Soaps says:

    Really enjoyed watching this, heres a tip use popsicle sticks to hold your
    wicks up make a hole in middle of stick , and you can reuse these all the
    time , walmart sells the sticks in 2 sizes :) x Mariella x

  • Angela Steeves says:

    I love to experiment with new recipes. :)

  • thehenandherchicks says:

    Looks like fun ;0).

  • Angela Steeves says:

    Thanks Mariella that’s an excellent tip. I think that I will make sure that
    I purchase those before I make my next batch. I think I’m just going to use
    a small 1/2 cup mason jar next time too or reuse my containers atleast
    until I get a recipe that I like and want to sell. :)

  • Angela Steeves says:

    That’s a very good Idea. I may try that the next time. :)

  • Smellicious Soaps says:

    did you use any wax at all? also, did you try to wave a heat gun over the
    top to see if that texture evens out?

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