Two weeks ago, I was sent a SOI Candle. SOI Candles are made of kosher soy oil, making them burn cleaners then regular paraffin wax candles. The wax stays cool to the touch, so you don’t have to worry about little ones getting burned. In fact, you can use the melted wax as a skin moisturizer.
The candle I was sent is a Luxe Highball Candle (13.5 oz) in Manderin Ginger. You could smell the scent outside of the box right away. It was noticeable, but not what I would consider strong or overpowering. It was pleasant and different from any candles I’ve had before. Once lit, the scent spread around the room. After a while I poured a bit of the oil out. It didn’t even feel warm. I ended up using it on my elbows, and it left my skin nice and soft.
Overall, I really like the candle. The scent is pleasant, and I love that you can use the wax as a moisturizer. They have several sizes of candles available. The Highball I received costs $27 (+ shipping). Right now, you can get 30% off your order by using the code MAY30 during checkout. You can take a look at all of their scents on the SOI website.
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SOI wants to give one lucky reader their own Luex Highball Candle. To enter, visit the SOI website and tell me what scent you would like in a comment below. Once you do that, you can complete the extra entries on the Rafflecopter form. The giveaway is open to US residents only and ends May 21 @ midnight CST.
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