I wouldn’t say I like tonal complex perfumes, and I don’t like the smell of smoke. Inadvertently, I fell in love with a piece of wax that quietly emits fragrance. There is always a fragrance that seems to be absent in the air.
As one of the [cold-flavored” varieties, the aromatherapy wax is not only at face value but also suitable for more occasions; the room, the closet, the carriage, or the desk is only arbitrarily admiring its beauty.
Tools: electronic scales, small pots, wax sheet molds, stir bars with thermometers
Material: natural soy wax, dried flowers, essential oils
Note: Special soy wax is needed because it is naturally non-polluting, non-toxic, and environmentally friendly; the waste is biodegradable, and it performs better in retaining the aroma of essential oils. Ordinary candles are made of paraffin, extracted from petroleum, and release toxic chemicals.
1. Melt the soybean wax, which can be heated directly or heated by water.
2. When the temperature of the wax liquid drops to about 60 degrees, add essential oil (the ratio of essential oil and soybean wax is controlled at 15%), stir evenly, and then pour into the mold.
3. When the edge begins to solidify, the decoration must be added. So that you know, the time must be grasped. The flower material will be submerged in the wax liquid too early. There is still time for the flower material to be easily integrated, resulting in an uneven surface of the wax sheet. Appropriate white space in the design: the flower material does not have to be too full; it is best to fill the candle to leave its surface partially.
4. After observing thorough solidification, start molding. This step should be gentle and careful.
5, plus a metal buckle tied with a hemp rope or ribbon, you’re done!