Aqua Marine Dye Chips - CandleScience
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Our dye chips are packed in foil bags that virtually eliminate color from bleeding through the bag and staining other surfaces.

Fragrance Oil Recommendations: Beach Linen, Caribbean Teakwood, Driftwood, Hydrangea, Juniper Breeze, Ocean Breeze

Made in the USA
The candle in the picture was made with 1 dye chip in a pound of IGI 4794 paraffin wax. For soy, parasoy, or other natural waxes you may need to use 2 or more chips to achieve a similar color.

Add dye chips to wax at 185 degrees or higher to ensure they'll dissolve completely.
Application Candles Only

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(based upon 8 reviews)


I love these and for me the color is perfect I use 2 for a pound of wax. Love them!!!


I love the color. Sometimes if I want it to be a richer color, I'll add extra blue or green. But I really love it, especially for ocean-y scents.

More Green than Blue

Like other reviewers, this dye chip produced a nice green colored candle for me (using GB464 Soy). It is a blue-green rather than a leaf-green or a yellow-green, but still more green than blue. So, I mixed one chip RG Aqua Marine with two chips RG Colonial Blue to try to achieve the lovely pool-water color of the sample pictured. What I got was a sea-blue with a bit of a murky grey tinge more like what you would expect from RG Sage Green sample picture mixed with the RG Colonial Blue. While I would not say the combination is unattractive (for Driftwood fragrance oil, maybe), it still isn't what I had in mind to accompany Ocean Breeze and Sea Mist fragrances. Think overcast winter day at the beach versus a sunny summer day.

More of a mint green color

I used this in soy wax 464 and it is more of a mint green color. Light but definitely not a shade of blue as pictured. Its nice... if you are looking for green.

Very Disappointed

Not the color I expected. Very green, you can tell from the chip color that there is no blue in the chip. Trying to get a good color for Dead Sea scent and will need to try another batch :( Manufacturer should adjust this color to be a truer representation.

Not Impressed

The color does not match the pictured color at all for me. I used this with Golden Wax 464, and it comes out quite green...

Color I got Using Soy Wax...

I just wanted to share my experience with this color using 1 pound of soy wax. I used 3 of these dye chips with the 464 soy wax (1 pound) and the ocean breeze fragrance oil. The color came out more green than I would have liked, It's still a pretty light green color but not quite the color I wanted to achieve using the ocean breeze scent. Candle Science does state that the color may differ than what you see on here which I am thankful that I read but I just wanted to share my experience using these dye chips with soy wax :)


I used this to dye my Beach Linen fragrance in my 464 blend wax and the color was glorious! Very soft and pretty. Exactly what I was looking for.