Ember candles are nearly the perfect massage tool. They burn even longer than the 72 hours in the description, melt into an amazing pool of non waxy oil, sink in fabulously, give amazing glide for long, luscious massages and never leave you feeling greasy, only supple and relaxed. Spendy, but you get what you pay for and much, much more.
Melts into an excellent oil, non staining, great for warm oil massages
The scent may be a bit too complex and heavy for some
Published:September 08, 2010
The JimmyJane Ember Massage Candle is not the typical candle. It is beautifully packaged and completely clean burning. The Candle can be used to give a warm, aromatic and sensual massage. Made with Soy Wax.
Great for a gift, clean burning, 72 hour burn time, aromatic, sensual, long lasting.
Published:July 31, 2010
This candle is a worthwhile investment, even if you don't use it for massages, you can burn it just for the scent, or you can use it to moisturize dry skin. Available in quite a few scents, and made from high quality, spa-grade ingredients, you really can't go wrong here.
Classy packaging and container, lovely scents, leaves the skin soft and smooth not waxy or greasy
Jar can get slippery if outside gets any warm wax on it
Published:June 28, 2010
This is a really nice massage candle, but that's no big surprise considering it's from JimmyJane. Smells nice, melts into a great oil and long lasting. A great gift!
Soy burns cleaner and at a lower temp, smells great, leaves skin feeling soft.
A little plain looking.
Published:April 22, 2010
The Ember by JimmyJane is an absolutely fabulous candle in every way. Even if Honey and Vetiver is not for you, it comes in a variety of other scents to please your senses. The smooth, luxurious wax on your or your lover's body is sure to the the cherry on top of any romantic night. I recommend the Ember to anyone who loves candles or massages.
Gorgeous presentation, body-friendly ingredients, original and useful design.
Scent may not be for everyone, wax can cake under finger nails and has a little drag while drying.
Published:March 04, 2010