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Wax play

Tart Tart
I'm looking for some suggestions of candles that are best for wax play. Specifically edible candles. I see that many of them are made of soy wax or oil. Does that intensify the temperature of the wax?

I'm just looking for a candle that is comfortably hot for some mild wax play, edible or not.
10/28/2010
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Sir Sir
The reason why soy or wax is better for wax play is because it's healthier for the skin. I definitely suggest choosing these options. The heat is about the same, but what makes them different is their ingredients.
10/28/2010
Alicia Alicia
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Originally posted by Tart
I'm looking for some suggestions of candles that are best for wax play. Specifically edible candles. I see that many of them are made of soy wax or oil. Does that intensify the temperature of the wax?

I'm just looking for a candle ...
The massage oil candles are made to melt at a lower temperature so that they are more comfortable on the skin. So, it's actually not intensifying the temperature, but rather allowing it to be a bit lower and still liquiefy.
10/28/2010
HisLittleGirl HisLittleGirl
Plain paraffin wax burns at a lowish temperature but is not edible (at least I wouldn't recommend it, hahaha). That is what Daddy and I use and is pretty cheap at craft stores. It hardens well.

Soy candles won't burn very hot and don't usually harden all that well. That can be a plus or minus depending on what effect you are going for. Personally, I think they are kinda messy and not hot enough for me. Candles with added scents or colors tend to burn hotter (darker color = hotter). And then, of course, height of the drip will make a giant difference.

We like using paraffin pillars. They are a good temp (for me), super cheap, and available in a lot of shades.

I don't know about edible stuff, I have never used it.
10/28/2010
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