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Wednesday, July 8, 2020

How To DIY Scented Candle using Beewax



My first-time candle making was during one of the beauty workshops, I attended a few years back. It was so much fun but as usual time constraint during this kind of workshop. So, I don't get to enjoy it longer. They taught us to meltdown the soy wax, then mix it with essential oil and decorate with some dried flowers back then.
I always wanted to try out bee wax candles making. I bought the bee wax last year. Finally, I have the courage to meltdown one on my own. I was a bit sceptical with my own ability to DIY this. hahaha... I gave this a shot, anyway! I have nothing to lose if this didn't work out. Oppssss...maybe some bee wax, my precious essential oil and time. muahahaha...

I don't really use any exact measurements. Everything just as what I feel right๐Ÿคญ.

Step 1 ๐Ÿ’ฎ Melt bee wax pellets. I used a double boiler as if melting chocolate.๐Ÿ˜

Step 2 ๐Ÿ’ฎ Take out from the heat after all the wax 100% melt. Wait for 3 seconds.

Step 3 ๐Ÿ’ฎ Mix with some Virgin Coconut oil. I just estimate around half of VCO from the melted wax. Stir the mixture well.

Step 4 ๐Ÿ’ฎ Drop in my favourite essential oils.  I used one batch lavender mix rose geranium EO and another batch I mixed lavender with lemon eo. Stir the mixture really well.

Step 5 ๐Ÿ’ฎ Pour in the melted wax mixture into the glass jar which already prepares with the wick of your choice. In this batch, I used wood wick. I soaked the wood wick with coconut oil and leave it overnight before place it in the glass jar.

Let your candle to rest for at least one or two days, to make sure the wax dries up really well to avoid any hollow or tunnel forming. I used bee wax instead of soy wax since I read the bee wax can function as an air purifier too.

I won't say this is a success until I am able to burn this candle in another 2 or 3 days. Do follow me in my instagram@cindyreena and Facebook page @Princesscindyrina for more results update.

Happy candle making.๐Ÿ˜

Watch below video for more on my candle making experience.





Check out the result of my very first bee wax scented candle project in below video. Press LIKE and SUBSCRIBE to my YouTube Channel to encourage me to do more.

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