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Renaming Fragrances

Posted by Beth on 5/15/2017
Ever have a fragrance that you can't get people interested in?  Its a great marketing tool to rename the candle, it really works.  If you change the name and the color you'll be surprised how fast it will fly off the shelf.

Example:
Fresh Cut Grass - renamed- Field of Dreams
Butt Naked - renamed - Tropical Paradise

Have a friend smell the fragrance and guess what it smells like and you will be amazed what you come up with.

We come up with many tools to help you sell, this is just one of them.

Candle Class

Posted by Beth on 5/8/2017
We are still educating our customers on the basics of candle making.  We have candle making classes once a month on Tuesday evenings at 5:30.

We explain the ins and outs of candle making.  How to get the best smelling candle, how to test, how much fragrance to add and so much more.

If you would like to join us please do, just call us at 734.782.2288

Have a Blessed Day!
Beth

How Long Will a Candle Burn?

Posted by Beth Eggert on 8/5/2015
Burning Questions:


Ylang Ylang Essential Oil

Posted by Beth Eggert on 8/4/2015

Ylang Ylang Essential Oil



  

New Essential Oils

Posted by Beth on 4/15/2015

Geranium Essential Oil:

For cold sores, place 1 drop on a cotton swab and dab affected area.

For frostbite, massage area with approximately 5 drops of oil.

To balance mood, place 2-3 drops in a diffuser, or place on a cotton ball or handkerchief and inhale deeply 2-3 times.

A bath made with 8-10 drops of oil will help relieve headache, premenstrual syndrome, stress, and tension.

For cellulite, premenstrual syndrome, and menopause, mix 20 drops in 1 ounce of carrier oil and massage on body. For cellulite, massage on affected areas. For premenstrual syndrome and menopause, massage on abdomen and back, paying extra attention to the lower back region.

As a mosquito repellent, use 5 drops in a diffuser. Can also be mixed with citronella for a stronger repellent.

For stress and tension that interferes with a good night’s rest, place 4 drops on tissue or cotton ball and place inside pillow case.

For skin problems (i.e. acne, athlete’s foot, dandruff, eczema, etc.), put 2-3 drops on a cotton ball and dab affected area.

To help relieve stress and tension, use 2-3 drops in a diffuser or lamp ring. Can also use 2-3 drops in 1 ounce of carrier oil for a relaxing massage.

For respiratory problems, use 5 drops in a vaporizer.

To relieve a sore throat and to help fight tonsillitis, use 2-5 drops in a steam inhalation.

As an aphrodisiac, use 8-10 drops of oil in a bath or use 2-3 drops in a diffuser or lamp ring.

Trending Fragrances

Posted by Beth on 3/19/2015
Trending Fragrances....

Instructions / Recipes

Posted by Doug Eggert on 2/18/2015

Save on Mica Now through March 1st. Save $1.00 each 1 oz. package.

Posted by Doug Eggert on 2/12/2015
Save on Mica Now through March 1st.   Save $1.00 each 1 oz.  package.
Save on Mica Now through March 1st.   Save $1.00 each 1 oz.  package.
No Limit !!

Coconut Oil for Skin

Posted by Doug Eggert on 2/11/2015

Coconut Oil for the skin.

Sunflower Oil and your Skin

Posted by Beth Eggert on 2/4/2015

Sunflower oil versus store bought facial cleaners...

Tea Tree Oil

Posted by Doug Eggert on 2/3/2015
Tea Tree Oil Uses

More on Peppermint Essential Oil

Posted by Doug Eggert on 1/29/2015

Another Use for Peppermint Essential Oil

2015 Fragrance Trend

Posted by Beth Eggert on 1/28/2015
Fragrances expected to be trending 2015

Peppermint Essential Oil

Posted by Doug Eggert on 1/28/2015
Did you Know Peppermint Essential Oil is good to:

Tea Tree Essential Oil

Posted by Doug Eggert on 1/27/2015

Tea Tree Essential Oil.

  Tea Tree increases the body's ability to respond to bacteria, fungi and viruses effectively. It is an excellent oil for colds and flu, and may stimulate sweating, which can speed up recovery.

Eucalyptus Essential Oil

Posted by Doug Eggert on 1/26/2015

Eucalyptus has been diffused in sick rooms to support the respiratory system and kill viruses, fungi and infectious diseases. Its aromatic influences may help promote feelings of health and well being, as well as protect against airborne disease when diffused in the office or at home.

More Questions Asked

Posted by Beth Eggert on 1/17/2015
Soy Candles Set Up With Craters?

Questions

Posted by Beth on 1/10/2015
I Can't Smell My Candles?