Ecosoya CB 135 Soy Wax
A one-pour all natural container wax requiring no additives. The Ecosoya CB 135 has good scent throw and glass adhesion and pours with a smooth, level surface.
VIDEO: Cosmetic Grade Soy Wax
Watch Dan Cap from NGI talk about how CB-135 soy wax can be used for cosmetic applications.
VIDEO: NGI uses American Grown Soybeans
Dan Cap from Nature's Gifts International talks about where their soybeans are grown.
- Heat soy wax to 185 F (so fragrance oil fully dissolves)
- Great wax, great scent throw, beautiful tops to my candles
Used this wax on a recent batch and was hesitant because of the reviews but the candles look and smell amazing! I have not burned them yet but the cold throw is fairly strong. I did use a little bit more scent oil than I usually do with my gb 444 but it is a nice throw. I use tsp rather than % so I use 3 tsp of scent per 1/2 lb wax and it works great.
- I LOVE IT!!!
I originally purchased this wax for use in massage candles but I fell in love and have been using it ever since! I love that it has a higher pour temp, takes dye chips and FO evenly and leaves much smoother surfaces on my jar candles!
- Did the formula change?
I started using this wax almost a year ago and i've always had great results until this last batch. It's not a bad wax but I'm no longer getting the perfect candles I was once making. I have changed nothing in my candle making technique, but now i'm getting frosting on almost all my candles. The only thing I can think of is that the formula is different now?
- Very disappointed with this product
I purchased this product as it was recommended for massage candles. I could not be more displeased. The candle does not burn well, a brown residue forms around the wick, and the oil does not pool. I have tried combining with several oils and none of them work.
- Wax changes color once burned
I made a batch of candles with different fragrances. Melting and pouring and setting was great...but after burning they wax discolors and turned a yucky brown color - no color was added. I like my candles white. This happened with more than one fragrance. <br /> I don't know what to do??
- 135 Ecosoy wax
I was just wondering if anyone is having trouble with this wax. I'm getting lots of frosting and not a good ST like I usually get. My last two boxes have been this way. I loved the ones before these past two cases.
- Works good for me!
I use this wax and I like it. It can react with color ships a little differently sometimes, but not in tins. Also I think once you get your pour temp where you like it this pretty much goes away. I always use this wax and think its superior :)
- CB-135 wax
I got along well with this wax except when I made my<br /> brown color candles (for chocolate scent). After trying many different formulas, temperatures etc. I continued to have nothing but problems with rosting.I ended ing up throwing aways numerous candles because they looked poorly. They burn fine, the tops look <br /> nice and creamy but dont seem to like dye. <br />
- Love this Wax !
I have been making soy candles for about 2 years and have purchased all of my supplies from CS. I think they are a wonderful company with great support. I have probably tried all of the soy waxes and I have had the best luck with the CB135. Very smooth tops and holds scent well. This wax cost a little more than some of the others but in my opinion it is very well worth it.
- A+++Great Soy Wax
This is great soy wax to use, I have tried alot of different waxes and ecosoya 135 is my favorite...