Massage Oil Candle question...

CRAZYSEXYONE CRAZYSEXYONE
Has anyone used the candles who's wax can be used as massage oil? This sounds like such a great idea but wouldn't the wax be extremely hot?
06/03/2012
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Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
This question has been asked so many times and is almost always answered in every candle review. This special type of wax is VERY soft so it has a VERY LOW melting point.
06/03/2012
aliceinthehole aliceinthehole
exactly, the kind of wax that massage candles are made of are specifically low-temp burning waxes. also, if you hold the candle further away from the skin as you pour the melted wax, it will be cooler than if you pour it directly onto the skin. there are plenty of ways to play around with the temperature. just get a candle and try it out!
06/03/2012
Loriandhubby Loriandhubby
Soy candles are as everyone has said, very low heat and the wax is only warm. It does however take a long time for the wax to melt.
06/03/2012
CRAZYSEXYONE CRAZYSEXYONE
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Originally posted by aliceinthehole
exactly, the kind of wax that massage candles are made of are specifically low-temp burning waxes. also, if you hold the candle further away from the skin as you pour the melted wax, it will be cooler than if you pour it directly onto the skin. there ... More
thanks i will have too try it out
06/04/2012
CRAZYSEXYONE CRAZYSEXYONE
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Originally posted by Loriandhubby
Soy candles are as everyone has said, very low heat and the wax is only warm. It does however take a long time for the wax to melt.
thank you i will have to remember that
06/04/2012
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