Nature Wax C-3: This is an all-soy blend designed specifically for container candles. Soy wax produces a cleaner burn with improved fragrance holding compared with paraffin wax. This has a very smooth surface with good surface adhesion and color stabilization.
125°F - 130°F Melt Point - >600°F Flash PointINGREDIENTS:Botanical Name: Hydrogenated Vegetable GlyceridesCommon Name: Hydrogenated Vegetable Glycerides
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I've only bought soy wax 1 time before this, from a different company, no air bubbles with that one. This wax is giving me tons of big air bubbles, I am new to candle making. How do I prevent the air bubbles with this wax? & how do I get rid of the air bubbles in the candles that I already made. I've melted the whole candles in the oven at 150 F degrees, & let it cool slowly with the oven...still has air bubbles, I'm also using a heat gun on it.
I wanted to make Wax Tarts using this wax & fragrance oil. Will this wax work or do I have to use another kind? If I add avocado oil or almond oil to it will it melt easier? Thank you
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I used this wax for solid lotion bars and mustache wax and it works amazing! People love that its soy wax!
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Christina! I'm so glad you love our Nature Wax C-3 for your lotion bars and mustache wax. I think this wax would work just fine for the wax tarts! The only difference really is that it has a higher melt point, meaning it may take a tad bit longer to melt down in your warmer. Check out our Wax Tart Melts 3 Ways Tutorial where we use EcoSoya Advanced Soy Wax to make wax tarts.
Hi. Love your product! What have the reactions been in using this product to create mustache waxes?
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi J! I'm so glad you love our Nature Wax C-3! We have never tried using this product in a mustache wax so I'm not 100% sure. Though, on its own this wax would be too hard for a sculpting wax and would need added liquid oils to work. Check out our Sculpting Mustache Wax tutorial for inspiration!
Absolutely love this soy for my candle make, though I do have a question... Is this type of soy suitable for skin? If I were to make lip balm? I prefer to use soy over bees wax...
Reply from Bramble BerryHi Ki! I'm glad you like the wax! You can definitely use this in lip balm. It is a little softer than beeswax, so you'll want to keep that in mind. If you want your balm a little firmer, you can add coconut oil or cocoa butter. I'll be emailing you personally to discuss this!
Which would be the best wax to use for container candles? And what wick would go with it? Thanks in advance. First time candlemaker here!
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