Prize Candles are all natural soy wax candles that burn 30% longer and cleaner than paraffin with no petroleum soot emissions and are biodegradable.
I had the opportunity to review their 21 oz French Brulee candle. The aroma of the candle was seeping through the box when it arrived! Each prize candle has a prize inside valued at $10 to $5,000. The smell of the French Brulee candle is just amazing. The scent filled my home within minutes of being lit. My husband actually thought I had dessert in the oven and it actually smells good enough to eat! Once I explained to him what the candle was about and that it had a prize inside he was anxious to get in there and dig it out. I told him we would have to patiently wait until the candle has burned down and our prize revealed before removing it from the candle. Finally the foil packet appeared and we were able to remove the prize. Our candle had this pretty ring inside. It also came with a code to look up on their site to see the value. My ring was worth $100!
Soy wax will react to temperature, both heat and cold, so it is recommended that if you experience a “melting” effect simply leave the top off, get it back to room temperature and burn as normal. This melting effect will not damage the candle. Prize Candle has several scents to choose from including Fresh Melon and Cucumber and Orange Blossom, so be sure to check them all out! While you’re there, be sure to check out their prize gallery!
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What treasure will you find in your Prize Candle?
One lucky winner will receive a Prize Candle!
Giveaway ends May 9th at 11:59pm, open to US residents, ages 18+. To enter please use the Rafflecopter form below. Good luck.
Disclosure: I receive sample(s) from for purpose of testing and review. My opinions are my own and may differ from those of your own.
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