Confusion over massage candles

LavenderSkies LavenderSkies
I don't have experienced with "wax play" but my partner and I are looking for a candle in which we can drip onto each other. I am reading that these soy massage candles burn lower than regular candles, does it liquefy enough so that it can be poured? Does it liquefy into an oil, or a thicker consistency?
11/12/2011
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Kkay Kkay
I've only used JimmyJane's massage candles, but they liquify into an oil that can be poured. The oil solidifies back after half an hour and leaves a very slight residue on skin, but is useable for massage.

I don't know about other candles, though.
11/12/2011
Elnoa Elnoa
These candles melt into an oil at "low" temperatures. Therefore, it will be warm when you pour on the skin, but not burning hot. If you are looking for the hot wax thing, I would use regular candles.
11/13/2011
GonetoLovehoney GonetoLovehoney
I've only done paraffin wax and regular wax play, paraffin wax feels like warm milk and no one can be burnt by it, regular wax is a bit more for those who enjoy the sting. Soy does turn into a 'pourable' substance and since it's at a lower temperature, it's decent for wax play. (info from here: link )
11/13/2011
Tessa Taboo Tessa Taboo
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Originally posted by GonetoLovehoney
I've only done paraffin wax and regular wax play, paraffin wax feels like warm milk and no one can be burnt by it, regular wax is a bit more for those who enjoy the sting. Soy does turn into a 'pourable' substance and since it's at a ... More
I didn't know all that! Thanks!
11/13/2011
sktb0007 sktb0007
The ones we have tried turned into an oil, but quite thick.
11/13/2011
Shellz31 Shellz31
Wax play to me isn't done with the massage candles cause the oil isn't hot at all.
That's done with another type of candle that burn at a lower temp than normal lighting candles. And the wax hardens when it cools on the skin.

There are a few types of candles sold for this play. I believe Eden sells or use to sell one type of them.
I use to have a pink, red and a purple set.
11/13/2011
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