How to Make DIY Scented Soy Candles – Lemon Bergamot/Lavender/White Musk

How to Make DIY Scented Soy Candles – Lemon Bergamot/Lavender/White Musk

This video is about how to make soy candles at home using essential oils and everyday household items. Links to the items I used are below:

To get started, you will need the following (All items purchased from Amazon):

Bag of soy flakes (wax) – I used 444 blend –

Heatproof melting pot –

Thermometer –

Glass jars –

Wooden Wicks –

Candle wicks:

For the 3 scent combinations in my video, I used the following essential oils:

Lavender –

Rosemary –

Thyme –

Bergamot –

Lemon –

Cedarwood –

Fir –

White Musk –

Vetiver –

Sandalwood –

Jasmine –

Plastic drinking straw
Clothespins
Disposable spoons
Tablespoon measure
Mixing bowl
Essential oils

Paper towels
Directions (for one 8 ounce candle):

Heat a medium pot of water to a boil and add melting pot. To the melting pot, add your wax. For the wax: 2 cups (16 ounces) of solid wax = 1 cup (8 ounces) melted wax, so for three 8 ounce candles, I used 6 cups of solid wax (48 ounces).
Once the wax starts melting, use your spoon to take a few drops of wax and add to the bottom of your jars. This will be the “glue” you use to secure the bottom of your wicks to the bottom of your jar. Act quickly because the wax hardens immediately!
Use clothespin to secure the cotton wick to the center of the jar. If using wooden wicks, no need to secure it (it will stay in place due to its rigid shape).
Once the wax is melted to at least 180 degrees, reduce the heat on the stove so that the wax will stay at a constant temperature. Melting the wax to 180 degrees makes sure that the wax will stay warm enough when poured into the mixing bowl.
Pour 1 cup of melted wax into the bowl and add your desired scent.
Lavender/Rosemary/Thyme: Add 1 tsp each of lavender and rosemary essential oils and 1/2 tsp of thyme essential oils.
Bergamot/Lemon/Cedar/Fir: Add equal parts bergamot, lemon, cedar, and fir essential oils to measure 1 tbsp total.
White Musk/Sandalwood/Vetiver/Jasmine: Add equal parts white musk and sandalwood, (around 1.5 tsp each) and then add 10 drops each of vetiver and jasmine.
Stir thoroughly for at least 30 seconds so that the essential oils bind to the wax and blend evenly throughout the mixture.
Pour slowly into prepared jar with the wick, and then leave undisturbed for at least 24 hours before moving/burning. Your candles will be ready to enjoyed after 24 hours!

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