Want a sample?

I don't know if you knew this, but whenever I make candles, I have quite a bit of leftover wax. No matter how I adjust my measurements, I ALWAYS end up with it.

Well, now it's getting to be too much.

So, I'm giving it to YOU.

Yes, GIVE.

Whenever you place an order, I'm going to throw a sample in your package because why not?

Let's talk more about them.

How will I know which scent I get?

It'll be a surprise! I'm going to TRY to tailor what scent you get based on your order, but please know that I won't always get it right.

What scent samples do you have?

At the time of writing this, I have fig + jasmine, something rosy, something crisp, and something relaxing ready to go. The more candles I make, the more samples I'll have.

How many come in the package?

Each package will contain 2-3 melts. It really depends on how many melts I have after each pour (and odd number will result in a 3 melt pack).

Why just 2-3?

I was going to do 3, but I figure that two would be enough to melt in a warmer to get a great preview of the scent. Also, keeping it as close as I can to 2 per bag allows me to have more samples.

If I have ten melts and I do 3 per package, I'd only be able to do three 3-melt packs, whereas with 2 per package, I can do 5.


How can I use these?

If you have a wax warmer, just toss them in and let them melt! Since these are made with the same formula as the candles, they won't perform the same as the wax melts we offer.

If you don't have a wax warmer, no worries! You can still smell the scent when you open the bag.

Note: If you don't like the scent or no longer have a need for it, please give it to a friend or dispose of them. Trying to burn them with a candle is not recommended.

What if I don't get a sample?

If you don't, I might not have any that are ready. I'll try my best to put one in your next order!

Can I order these individually?

At this time, I'm not allowing orders of the sample units.

When will you start adding samples to orders?

I started yesterday! You ready to order?