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Most all of our containers and lids are sold separately so you can mix and match and create the look YOU want!
Palm Wax Guidelines
Palm waxes have continued to grow in popularity over the years as "natural" waxes are more in demand than they once were. Palm wax is an environmentally friendly product since it comes from a sustainable and renewable source and it burns cleanly. Our palm wax materials come from a RSPO (Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil) member source. They do not contain any GMO material.
Glass Glow Palm Wax is a container wax that mimics the look of marble. When used in containers, it becomes translucent during burning, resulting in a glowing effect. This is a very popular palm wax! Has an excellent scent throw, good adhesion to containers and is a one-pour wax. Easy to work with. Comes in granular form so easy to measure and store. Is an excellent wax for layered candles.
The Starburst pillar/votive wax produces a starburst pattern and is suitable for use in pillar and votive candles. This is a great wax for giving your candles a unique, high quality look. Has an excellent scent throw and is easy to work with. Comes in granular form. This wax works great with either our liquid dyes or our dye blocks. Gives rich, vibrant deep colors. Recommend using this wax with our ECO wicks. You will want to wick up a size when using the palm waxes.
The Feather Blend Palm Wax is a pillar wax that produces the look of feathers! This is a very popular pillar palm wax. Easy to work with. Comes in granular form so easy to measure and store. Is an excellent wax for unique pillar candles. For a really unique look you can blend the Starburst Pillar/Votive Wax with this wax to create your own unique pattern and blend! We recommend wrapping your molds with a towel to allow the crystals to form properly and give uniformity.
For more information on how to make palm wax candles, please refer to our Step-by-Step Guide, How To Make Palm Wax Candles.