Scentsy Warmers are decorative wax holders designed to melt scented wax without traditional wick and flame. The candle warmer releases a fragrance that brings powerful emotions and memories to the surface, without the risks of a burning candle. Our wickless Scentsy Candles are as diverse as our fragrances. Whether your tastes are traditional, contemporary, or eclectic, you are sure to find at least one beautiful warmer to compliment your decor!
How do Scentsy Warmers work?
Scentsy Warmers use a low-watt bulb to slowly melt specially formulated wax that enjoys no flame, smoke, or soot. The wickless candle system is a safe way to enjoy more than 80 scent fragrances. To change wax in your candle warmer, you simply pour the completely melted wax into its original packaging, then clean the warmer dish with a paper towel. If the wax is still fragrant and you wish to reuse it, store the used bar in a cool place. Discard the wax if the fragrance is depleted.
Better Candle Warmers
Candle Warmers are a Scentsy Candles specialty. Candle Warmers are a unique, safe, easy to clean, healthy, and affordable new way to enjoy the scents and illumination of a candle in your home, office, or dorm room.
For those folks who are candle junkies, you may relate to having multiple drawers and cupboards full of several different brands and scents of candles. But these candles have always posed a huge safety concern. In addition, regular jar warmers and candles leave a little bit of wax in the bottom, making candle warmers from Scentsy a safe and economically sound candle alternative.
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Safe Candle Warmers
You will love being able to leave your Candle Warmer on and not worry about something catching fire if you need to leave it unattended. You can turn it on and forget about it. Candle Warmers are wick free and flame free so they do not release any harmful chemicals or smoke into the air. You get to kick back and enjoy the fragrance permeating your home!
Candle Warmers Save you Money
Candle Warmers can be used daily instead of lighting candles and actually save you money. Because the scents from wax melted in a candle warmer last much longer, they are much more affordable than completely replacing regular jarred candles. It only takes a small square of wax melted in you low heat candle warmer to fill a living room with a strong, long lasting scent. Each of these squares can last up to 80 hours! When the scent wears off, you can quickly and easily pour the melted wax back into its original Scentsy packaging and add a new or different square of delicious smelling scent to your favorite candle warmer.
People who have purchased or received Candle Warmers as gifts claim they will never burn candles with a flame ever again! Leaving candles burning can be so dangerous – especially if you have children or pets. Candle Warmers let you enjoy the scent from your candles without the open flame. And – the biggest advantage – it makes your candles last so much longer than burning them. Our patented Candle Warmers only require you to melt a small amount of wax at a time so the smell comes out very quickly and causes you to spend less money replacing expensive jarred candles.
Candle Warmers from Scentsy have been a part of our home for years now and they are a pleasure to use. We personally have a warmer in every room in our house. The cost to buy Scentsy Candle Warmers is well worth it because these candles are much more fragrant, with the use of a beautiful warmer than compared to burning them with a wick. One of the best parts about owning a Candle Warmer is the pleasant glow the warmer gives to any room.
It is essential to own candles that don’t burn if you have wandering children in your home. With the amazing variety of our Candle Warmers, you can find one that is sure to look great, and keeps your family safe. It is hard to find great looking non-burning candle holders, so our wickless candle warmers are worth the price.
Scentsy Candle Warmers are the Best
Candle fans can sometimes be skeptical at first, especially if they are loyal to a certain brand. But we are sure you will be very impressed with our nice looking Candle Warmers that smell great! Be careful, you will be surprised with the strong scent! Candle Warmers are a great product and safe way to enjoy the scent of your favorite candle without the flame.
Candle Warmers from Scentsy use a 25, 20, or 15 watt bulb (depending upon the size of the warmer) to heat up the wax and scent the entire home. These bulbs are low heat, last an extremely long time and only cost $1 to replace.
If you’ve used old-fashioned, warm from the bottom, candle warmers, you may have noticed that it takes at least an hour before you can really smell anything, and even longer to get a strong aroma. Our Scentsy Candle Warmers work so much faster & give off the scent much more strongly.
Scentsy Candle Warmers are the best candles on the market. To buy your Scentsy Warmers, please visit our online Scentsy Products Store for our complete line of Candle Warmers.
Scentsy Wickless Candles – Simple, Stylish, Safe
Scentsy Wickless Candles are the authentic Wickless Candle Wamer company, founded on the simple idea of offering a safer alternative to traditional candles. Highly scented wickless candles, heated in decorative warmers where the wax is melted by the heat of a low-watt bulb, infuse a space with beautiful fragrance – without a flame. The concept is simple. The Candle Warmers are beautiful. The fragrances are unique.
Scentsy Warmers Fire Safety
At Scentsy, safety is important to us. Candle fire safety, to be specific. You might even say we are passionate about it. Thousands of Scentsy Consultants and hundreds of thousands of customers are passionate about it, too.
We know many home fires began with an unattended candle. Education and planning are the surest ways to eliminate fires, whether they are caused by candles or otherwise. Our purpose here is to provide resources and information to anyone who wishes to fireproof their home, dorm room or workplace and keep their families, friends or coworkers safe from fire.
Scentsy Candle Warmer Holiday Safety
What would the winter holidays be without Christmas trees, decorations, festive light displays and a roaring fire in the fireplace? Unfortunately, the very items that make our holidays feel special and festive can also cause injuries, death or property damage if not used properly. That is why a Candle Warmer is the perfect safe alternative.
While tragic, it’s not exactly surprising that the holiday season is prime time for home fires. There are more home fires in December and January than any other months of the year; these two months alone account for nearly 25% of fires in the home. Four out of the five days with the highest reported incidences of home fires are Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. (The fifth day is Halloween.) You can change this statistic by choosing one of our Wickless, Flameless, Candle Warmers.
Why are Scentsy Warmers Safe?
Did you know that Scentsy Warmers were created on the very principle of safety- candle safety, specifically? Our Wickless, Candles are flameless, heated gently in decorative Candle Warmers by a low-watt bulb, provide a stylish and safe alternative to traditional candles.
Scentsy Warmer Safety Tips
If you do plan to use candles for your Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa and New Year celebrations, please note these 10 safety suggestions to keep your home and family free from the threat of candle-related fire.
- Use a Scentsy Candle instead of a regular wicked candle!!!
- Never leave a normal burning candle unattended.
- Keep burning candles away from combustibles (curtains, bedding, table runners and clothing).
- Don’t burn candles in a drafty place. This can cause uneven burning.
- Keep wicks properly trimmed to ¼ inch each time you burn a candle.
- Do not burn a candle all the way down.
- Place candleholders on a sturdy, heat-resistant surface.
- Do not use candles as a light source in a power outage. Use flashlights.
- Do not use candles as nightlights.
- Keep candles, matches and lighters out of the reach of children.
- Place burning candles at least three inches apart.
Scentsy Warmers College Safety
Scentsy Wickless Candles would like to change the fact that each year, college campuses experience a growing number of fire emergencies.
It’s not surprising that alcohol and fire are a deadly mix. In fact, in 50% of fire-related deaths on campus, the victim has been drinking alcohol. Because alcohol impairs judgment, students are less likely to extinguish cigarettes properly, react to a candle fire appropriately, or evacuate as quickly as necessary.
Read these tips, adapted from the National Fire Administration and the Center for Campus Fire Safety, to play it safe at college this year:
- Understand your dorm’s fire evacuation plan. If you live in off-campus housing, make a plan and ensure all housemates know it.
- If you live off-campus, choose a house or apartment with automatic sprinklers and working fire alarms. Replace the batteries in your smoke alarms at the beginning of each semester.
- Evacuate a building any time you hear a fire alarm, even if you think it’s a fire drill. You have no way of knowing if a real fire has started.
- Do not overload electrical outlets.
- Never cover your smoke alarms.
- Put out candles and incense when unattended. Never leave lit candles near draperies, linens, or paper.
- Cook in designated areas only, and away from clutter.
- If a fire starts in a microwave, keep the door closed and unplug the unit.
Scentsy Warmers Office Safety
According to the Occupational Safety & Health Association (OSHA), 70,000-80,000 workplaces and offices experience a serious fire each year. About 200 employees per year die in these fires and another 5000 are injured. Property losses from workplace and office fires exceed $2 billion annually. 85% of workplace fires are caused by factors related to human behavior rather than catastrophic industrial equipment failure.
Taking simple precautions and having a fire prevention plan in place can help keep you, your coworkers and the office building you work in safe from fire. Some important steps you can take to prevent fires at work include:
- Use Scentsy Candles as the safest candle alternative
- Minimize the use of extension cords and power strips. Extension cords are meant for temporary use only. Extension cord and outlet strip misuse is the most common cause of office fires!
- Maintain all heating, electrical and mechanical equipment.
- Do not overload electrical systems.
- Use and store cleaning supplies safely; keep combustibles away from sources of extreme heat or cold.
- Have a fire prevention plan you review with your coworkers on a regular basis, and an evacuation plan in case of an emergency.
- Do not burn candles unattended in the workplace.
More Warmer Benefits
In a time when Mother Nature has been threatened by the fast-growing modernization and high speed technology, it is best to try to preserve a certain amount of life and ecology. Our world has been in constant fear of global warming and natural calamities which is getting worst with years. This is why an invention like a candle warmer is a blessing, a gift to mankind to remember that we need to take care of our earth by starting to take care of our home and family. By using scented candles a child and a family will have a peaceful sleep for aromatic scent is good for relaxation of the body and the mind.
Scentsy Candle Warmers are Perfect for Your Home
Adorable fragrances in the smallest places, warmers available in a wide range of attractive designs and colors featuring a detachable base for an easy switch of fragrance. A candle warmer is a necessary part of a home. Whatever size, design or color it may be, Scentsy has the perfect candle warmer!
Scentsy Warmer Quality
While there are a variety of candle manufacturers in the marketplace, only one of them can truly deliver on the quality of their products. Scentsy manufactures over 80 different scents of scented candle bars and bricks and they seem to last forever. We also make sprays and little scented diskettes for your car that are just as fragrant as the bricks and last just as long. Like any well-made quality product, the prices of these items run a little higher than what you would usually pay for similar products found in grocery or discount stores. But as the saying goes, you get what you pay for. Scentsy warmers and flameless scented candles are of the highest quality available.
Electric Candle Warmers
Electric Candle Warmers from Scentsy Candles are perfect for individuals who love deliciously scented candles. There are numerous benefits to having these handy devices, and they make a wonderful gift for friends and family members who love scented items – candles, oils, and incense. If you’re not quite sure what electric candle warmers are, you’re in for a treat.
What is an Electric Candle Warmer?
An electric candle warmer looks like a decorative ceramic pot with a small heating plate, and plugs into an electrical outlet. On the plate (or lid), you’ll place small squares of wax from our Scentsy Bars. As the candle heats because of the warming plate, the scent is released. There is no need to light the candle because you’re getting the same effect with the candle warmer without the need for the flame.
Scentsy Candle Warmers are Safe
It’s important to remember that the candle wax will get hot and melt, so it’ll need to be kept away from little hands the same way a lit candle would, but it will not burn so it can be placed practically anywhere and will fill the whole room with the delicious aroma of your favorite scented candle, in a safe candle warmer. There are different brands of electric candle warmers so when it comes to selecting which one you should purchase, it will come down to your favorite brand, Scentsy, because of our high quality!
You might have heard about electric candle burners or seen one in the home of a friend. If you want to check it out first, ask them how they like it. Many people enjoy electric candle burners better than just burning the candle, because the scent lasts for a longer period of time and the candle is not wasted the way it can be when you light it.
There are some great ways to use electric candle warmers to create a wonderful scent in your home. Place one in the bathroom with your favorite candle bar so it will always smell fresh and lovely. Place one in your home while you’re gone so you can come home to a house that smells wonderful. Or, place more than one in your house – in key areas so the scent will travel all over. Electric candle burners are a great idea for your home, or to give as a gift for someone who loves scented candles.
Don”t hesitate to contact us with any questions or to buy a Scentsy Electric Candle Warmer.
Buy Scentsy Warmers to Liven Your Decor
In the current economy, it’s not always feasible to redecorate an entire room to update it as your tastes change. Paint, new furniture, and decorative items all can add up quickly. However, with a few inexpensive items, such as throw pillows, pictures, and Scentsy Candles, you can change up the look of your living space quickly and easily.
If you’d like to add a touch of class to your dining area, an easy way to do so is to buy one of our Scentsy Pots. Whether you choose a full size Scentsy Warmer in the center of the table, or a pair of mid size candle warmers on either end of your table, wickless candles can add a dramatic touch to the dinner table. These elegant decorations are an excellent way to dress up your dinner table and show your family that you care.
Scentsy Warmers Dress up a Room
You can also buy Scentsy Warmers to add warmth to your casual living areas. Whether you choose votive candles, tea lights, or scented candles, the light and warmth that they add can make any room more comfortable and cozy. You can choose colors and candle holders to match your décor, and scents to match the season, your decorating scheme, or your mood. Candles are a creative way to enhance your home environment.
Scentsy Warmers are the Perfect Candle Alternative
For those who live in apartments or dorm rooms where open flames are not allowed, it may not be an option to buy traditional wick and flame candles… especially with their dangerous nature. However, you may be able to purchase an electrical candle warmer like the perfect Scentsy Pot. These small devices warm candles or wax melts with no flame, scenting a room beautifully and adding a cozy feel, without the risks associated with flames. If you live in an environment that doesn’t permit candles, but miss the atmosphere that they provide, a candle warmer may provide a nice alternative.
Scentsy Candle Warmers are affordable
If you’re looking for an inexpensive way to warm up a room, our Scentsy warmers may be the prefect answer. Doing so adds brightness, a cozy feeling, and the scents and colors of your choice. You can add one or two for a touch of elegance, or cluster several together for a more dramatic effect. If you have a mantle or fireplace, you can group candles together to mimic the effects of a flickering fire. Candles add warmth and color on dark winter evenings, helping to brighten up your home and warm up your mood. Decorating with candles allows you to change your décor to suit your mood, the seasons, or the color scheme of your choice – it’s easier than ever to perk up a room, just by adding a few stylish Scentsy Pots.
Scentsy Wickless Candles Are an Excellent Value
When you buy Scentsy wickless candles, you are also making an investment. No more jars left to be thrown away after you’ve burned a candle. With Scentsy Wickless Candles, you are adding to your household décor, plus helping to eliminate waste in the environment. You’re also saving your home and loved ones from the potential chemicals produced by jar candles. Scentsy candles bars of Wax do not evaporate, only the scent does, so, all you’re left with is unscented wax. Consumers are increasingly purchasing a Scentsy warmer to be a focal point for a room décor, and for aromatherapy-like relaxation and stress reduction.
Let’s say a typical family burns a single candle a month, having a burn time of approximately 50 to 80 hours of use. Your savings using wickless candles would be $137.40 per year.
When you consider the Safety and Health advantages, combined with the additional savings over a jar candle, why would you buy anything else other than our Scentsy Candles and Scentsy bars? Our lasting scent is one of the best in the industry. You still have your beautiful Scentsy warmer, as it’s a one time purchase.
Scentsy wickless candles add a new level of security to candle lovers everywhere and allow everyone to appreciate the lovely aroma that candles provide.
Here are just a few, of the advantages, you can expect by utilizing authentic Scentsy wickless candles and Scentsy bars. There is no open flame, which means no danger of causing a fire around curtains or other combustible materials in your house or office. Also, a Scentsy warmer is safer around small children and pets when compared to standard open flame candles. The wax in Scentsy wickless candles are warm to the touch, but not hot enough to burn children or pets. Scentsy plug-in warmers also make great night lights. Scentsy candles wax bars do not evaporate; only the scent does. This means there is no hazard of soot or lead being released into your house or office. The soot from a traditional candle can damage the walls, floors and ceilings of one’s house, as well as your personal belongings. Remember, there is never any risk of this happening with our Scentsy wickless candles. Authentic Scentsy candles can be utilized in areas that typically do not allow candle burning, for example company offices, dorm rooms, doctor’s offices, spas, beauty salons, assisted living facilities and classrooms. Scentsy wickless candles are excellent for realtors, teachers and office workers.
Bottom line, Scentsy Candles have NO soot and NO open flame, thus are safer to use and ensure a lot more efficient release of fragrance. Please take a moment to view our Scentsy Products or feel free to contact us with any questions (970) 580-4334.
Before there were Candle Warmers: A History of candle Making
Candles have been used for light and to illuminate man’s celebrations for more than 5,000 years, yet little is known about their origin.
It is often written that the first candles were developed by the Ancient Egyptians, who used rushlights or torches made by soaking the pithy core of reeds in melted animal fat. However, the rushlights had no wick like a true candle.
Early Wicked Candles
The Egyptians were using wicked candles in 3,000 B.C., but the ancient Romans are generally credited with developing the wicked candle before that time by dipping rolled papyrus repeatedly in melted tallow or beeswax. The resulting candles were used to light their homes, to aid travelers at night, and in religious ceremonies.
Historians have found evidence that many other early civilizations developed wicked candles using waxes made from available plants and insects. Early Chinese candles are said to have been molded in paper tubes, using rolled rice paper for the wick, and wax from an indigenous insect that was combined with seeds. In Japan, candles were made of wax extracted from tree nuts, while in India, candle wax was made by boiling the fruit of the cinnamon tree.
It is also known that candles played an important role in early religious ceremonies. Hanukkah, the Jewish Festival of Lights which centers on the lighting of candles, dates back to 165 B.C. There are several Biblical references to candles, and the Emperor Constantine is reported to have called for the use of candles during an Easter service in the 4th century.
Most early Western cultures relied primarily on candles rendered from animal fat (tallow). A major improvement came in the Middle Ages, when beeswax candles were introduced in Europe. Unlike animal-based tallow, beeswax burned pure and cleanly, without producing a smoky flame. It also emitted a pleasant sweet smell rather than the foul, acrid odor of tallow. Beeswax candles were widely used for church ceremonies, but because they were expensive, few individuals other than the wealthy could afford to burn them in the home.
Tallow candles were the common household candle for Europeans, and by the 13th century, candlemaking had become a guild craft in England and France. The candlemakers (chandlers) went from house to house making candles from the kitchen fats saved for that purpose, or made and sold their own candles from small candle shops.
Colonial women offered America’s first contribution to candlemaking, when they discovered that boiling the grayish-green berries of bayberry bushes produced a sweet-smelling wax that burned cleanly. However, extracting the wax from the bayberries was extremely tedious. As a result, the popularity of bayberry candles soon diminished.
The growth of the whaling industry in the late 18th century brought the first major change in candlemaking since the Middle Ages, when spermaceti — a wax obtained by crystallizing sperm whale oil — became available in quantity. Like beeswax, the spermaceti wax did not elicit a repugnant odor when burned, and produced a significantly brighter light. It also was harder than either tallow or beeswax, so it wouldn’t soften or bend in the summer heat. Historians note that the first “standard candles” were made from spermaceti wax.
19th Century Advances
Most of the major developments impacting contemporary candlemaking occurred during the 19th century. In the 1820s, French chemist Michel Eugene Chevreul discovered how to extract stearic acid from animal fatty acids. This lead to the development of stearin wax, which was hard, durable and burned cleanly. Stearin candles remain popular in Europe today.
In 1834, inventor Joseph Morgan helped to further the modern-day candle industry by developing a machine that allowed for continuous production of molded candles by using a cylinder with a movable piston to eject candles as they solidified. With the introduction of mechanized production, candles became an easily affordable commodity for the masses.
Paraffin wax was introduced in the 1850s, after chemists learned how to efficiently separate the naturally-occurring waxy substance from petroleum and refine it. Odorless and bluish-white in color, paraffin was a boon to candlemaking because it burned cleanly, consistently and was more economical to produce than any other candle fuel. Its only disadvantage was a low melting point. This was soon overcome by adding the harder stearic acid, which had become widely available. With the introduction of the light bulb in 1879, candlemaking began to decline.
The 20th Century
Candles enjoyed renewed popularity during the first half of the 20th century, when the growth of U.S. oil and meatpacking industries brought an increase in the byproducts that had become the basic ingredients of candles – paraffin and stearic acid.
The popularity of candles remained steady until the mid-1980s, when interest in candles as decorative items, mood-setters and gifts began to increase notably. Candles were suddenly available in a broad array of sizes, shapes and colors, and consumer interest in scented candles began to escalate.
The 1990s witnessed an unprecedented surge in the popularity of candles, and for the first time in more than a century, new types of candle waxes were being developed. In the U.S., agricultural chemists began to develop soybean wax, a softer and slower burning wax than paraffin. On the other side of the globe, efforts were underway to develop palm wax for use in candles.
Candles have come a long way since their initial use. Although no longer man’s major source of light, they continue to grow in popularity and use. Today, candles symbolize celebration, mark romance, soothe the senses, define ceremony, and accent home decors — casting a warm and lovely glow for all to enjoy.