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Greenfire Candles Greenfire Peppermint Eucalyptus Basil All Natural Massage Oil Candle fragranced with essential oils (size: 2 fluid ounce)

Item# SPM7592125528 | Model# E63LGYRTXV | Added on January 23, 2015 |
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Greenfire Candles Greenfire Peppermint Eucalyptus Basil All Natural Massage Oil Candle fragranced with essential oils (size: 2 fluid ounce)
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2 fl. ounce size candle. Perfect for home and travel or to share with a friend. All-natural blended wax massage candles, fragranced with a premium blend of the finest essential oils, NOT chemicals like many brands Light the candle to enjoy the wonderful scent. Extinguish flame, then use as a warm massage oil. Premium, food-grade ingredients and the wax's low melting point mean the product is entirely skin-safe Exclusive blend of soy and vegetable waxes All natural, safe, clean-burning, and recycled ingredients mean candle is sustainable and promotes green living

What is a massage candle?

Light the candle and burn it for 15+ minutes to enjoy the wonderful scent. Extinguish the flame, then use it as a warm massage oil. One of the benefits of using Greenfire Candles for massage is that the warm oily wax soothes dry skin: Greenfire's premium and unique blend of all-natural vegetable and soy waxes is vastly saturated with Vitamin E. Use Greenfire candles for their healing purposes. They're perfect for foot massages. Greenfire's wax blend is the safest and most luxurious wax on the market. Premium, food-grade ingredients and the wax's low melting point mean the product is entirely skin-safe and warm to the touch. The vitamin E will absorb into skin, leaving it luxuriously soft and fully renewed. The uses of Greenfire Candles are endless! Light before you get in the shower, then use it on your feet, elbows, and/or legs afterward. Keep a small candle in your purse and use ... read more
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