Which, in your opinion, is the best brand of scented candle to buy, and why?
Woodwick candles. They seem to keep their scent longer, have a thin wooden wick, which makes a cleaner burn, and are of soy, so they pretty much seem to burn up completely. And they last a very long time!
Partylite candles are designed to consume themselves. The votives and tealights completely liquify when burning. They come in a variety of fabulous scents which is released as the wax liquifies. I have never come across candles that are as good as these, so I became a Consultant.lol I know I can get them when I want.
Mia Bella Candles The most clean burning candles I ever burned!
Scentsy warmers are the best, in my opinion. The warmers come in all different styles and they are of great quality. The scented bricks turn to liquid and you can use them over and over again until eventually evaporate. The warmer uses a small wattage (25w, I think) bulb, so you don't have to worry about the flames near children or pets.
I believe that scentsy candles have various scents to choose from and they can match any mood that you may have. Scentsy even has recipes to mix aromas together for an extra kick. One of the major reasons that I like scentsy candles is because it is not a fire hazard and the melted wax will not burn you.
Some of my favorite scents are
Baked apple pie
red candy apple
cherry lime aid
white tea and cactus
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