Mascent Jars Homemade Soy Candles & More (+giveaway)

I love introducing you guys to new Etsy shops and brands. Today, I have a review and giveaway post coming at you featuring Mascent Jars.

 

 

 

 

Mascent Jars is an Etsy shop run my the lovely Nicole Green. Nicole makes amazing soy candles, wax melts, body scrubs and bunches of other homemade goodies straight from her home. She is such a dear and really pours her heart into her work.

Keep on reading to see my thoughts on her products and for a chance to win some of them for yourself!

 

 

I was sent one Chakra Shot Soy Candles, two Soy Wax Melts, and one tealight candles.

 

 

 

 

The candle I got was in lavender and it smells very nice. The scent is strong so one little candle like this will easily fill up one bedroom or office!

 

The wax melts are the perfect size! I love that you don’t have to cut them in half or into quarters, because that can be a real pain.

 

The tealight was a pleasant surprise! I love small, intimate candles like tealights and this one is even nicer because it has a fresh scent to it.

 

Nicole really puts a lot into her shop! She is so positive and really cares about what the products she is selling to her customers consist of.

 

I can see this product line/brand growing quick and vast!

 

 

Thanks, Nicole!

 

 

GIVEAWAY:

Enter to one one 3 oz Lavender Shakra Candle (pictured above) of your very own! This giveaway will run from August 4th, 2018 – August 18th, 2018. Please use the blue link below to enter. (US only, sorry!)

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Disclaimer: I received these products in exchange for my honest review. That does not influence my opinion whatsoever.

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28 thoughts on “Mascent Jars Homemade Soy Candles & More (+giveaway)

  1. I would like the Hand-Poured Orange Tangerine Dream | Navel / Sacral Chakra Yoga Meditation | Pure Aromatherapy | 100% Essential Oils| Small Batch Soy Candle

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  2. They all sound lovely, but the Hand Poured Purple Patchouli sounds great because I love anything with patchouli in it. The Lime sounds nice too though.

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