There is something so relaxing about having a candle burning. That little bit of light and scent can change a blah evening into something special. However, sometimes having an open flame is less than ideal, especially if you have children or like me, a particularly curious kitten. I haven’t been able to enjoy candles since we got our little cat Jinx due to safety concerns, but Jacki at Scentsy fixed that problem for me when she let me try her product.
Scentsy warmers are ceramic wax warmers that are completely wickless and flameless! (You can use them in dorms!) The wax is warmed by a low-wattage lightbulb, which melts the wax at barely above body temperature. (Don’t try this at home, but I took one for the team and touched the melted wax. Warm, but not hot, and the outside of the warmer when it’s on is similar to a warm cup of tea.)
There are three warmer sizes, and designs that fit every decor, from classic, clean lines to animal print, to Grecian designs, to collegiate teams. If for some reason you still can’t find a favorite, you can design your own. I got to try the Angora warmer from the Isabella collection.
As for fragrances, Scentsy offers a large variety. They have bakery scents, seasonal, tropical, masculine, romatic, and my favorite, spa. I love fresh, clean scents, and Jacki let me try Pima Cotton, Mineral Springs, and White Tea and Cactus. The scents filled up my whole lving room/dining room area without being overbearing, and they last forever. You can reuse the wax several times, and it is really easy to change fragrances. All you do is pour the wax back into the packaging if you want to reuse it (or pour it into a disposable container if you want to throw it away), wipe the warmer, and put your new scent in.
Scentsy is a great product to buy for yourself of for a gift, and they are also a good business opportunity. Anyone can become a consultant, but is an especially favorable market for our Canadian friends, as Scentsy just began to cross the border! (There are start-up costs for becoming a consultant. You can email Jacki with questions: [email protected])