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New to candle making and unsure which candle wax to use, or a regular candle maker looking for the appropriate candle wax for the types of candles you make? Go straight to soy wax, paraffin wax or palm wax by clicking on the images below or read here for more information on our current range of candle waxes.
If you would like to find out more information about the new range of Ecosoya Quantum waxes, please read here. As EcoSoya provides any further information, we will keep that page up to date so be sure to check back in. We anticipate having the new EcoSoya waxes for sale in our warehouses later this year depending on EcoSoya’s production schedule.
Eroma stocks a range of the most popular types of waxes, including soy wax, paraffin wax, palm wax as well as various other blends. We only use the leading brands such as Ecosoya, Golden Brands and NatureWax to ensure our customers a consistent, high-quality product. Browse through the different categories above to find out more about our different wax products.
We recommend that you conduct some basic research based on what type of candle you wish to make, the candle jar or container you want to use and what you really want to get out of your candle before purchasing a type of wax. Then once you have got some wax, you can carry out some testing combining any other extra components such as fragrance, colour and otherwise to ensure you achieve your desired product before beginning mass production.
When attempting to find out what type of wax to use for your candles there are a range of different variables to take into account. For more information on the different factors to take into account when choosing your wax, see our Wax Information Guide. We also have a frequently asked questions section dedicated to wax to help answer any questions you might have.
If you are experiencing issues in regards to the appearance of your candle, we have a range of different pages which outline tips and techniques to overcome these issues and prevent them in the future. See the following links for guides on avoiding adhesion problems, cracking defects and frosting for more details.