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EcoSoya CB Advanced Soy Candle Wax
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EcoSoya waxes were a favorite of candle makers for nearly 20 years. When NGI made the decision to close their business in 2019, they left a big gap in the soy wax market. In early 2020, UK-based manufacturer Kerax purchased the brand and these popular soy waxes are, very happily, once again available.

EcoSoya CB-Advanced Soy is a container wax made from 100% soy and soy-based additives. Candles made with CB-Advanced Soy resist frosting, have smooth surfaces, great glass adhesion, and an even burn pool with consistent color retention. This wax ships well in all climates.

Learn more about working with EcoSoya CB-Advanced wax by checking out our lab notes.

Note: Wax is packaged in pastille form.


Wholesale Soy Wax Ordering
View our wholesale page for more information on ordering CB-Advanced Soy Wax in bulk or by the pallet.


For help choosing the right candle wax for your candles, visit our Wax Guide.

Wax Properties

Wax Type
Soy Wax
Form
Pastilles
Appearances
Creamy White
Recommended Wick Series
ECO, LX
Melt Point
100°F (37.8° C)
Pour Temp
150°F (65.6° C)
Oil Content
0.0%
Prop 65 Warning
No

Applications

Container
10% or 1.6 oz/lb. (45 g/454 g)
Tealight
6% or 1.0 oz/lb. (27 g/454 g)

Instructions

Heat to 185°F (85°C) using a double boiler. Add fragrance or essential oil, remove from heat, and stir for two minutes. Pour at 150°F (65.6°C). Allow candles to cure for two weeks for optimal fragrance throw.

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4 out of 5 Stars.
Testing testing

I'm a new user of this wax but not a new candle maker. Like some of the other reviews, the ht is pretty sad when using the instructions provided here. I love CS lab notes but in this case, I'm not so sure why they differ so much from the manufacturer. Using the CS instructions, the ht was almost non existent unless standing over the candle. Using the manufacturer instructions, it's much, much better, at least using the couple fo's I tried which are lemon pound cake+very vanilla and strawberry short cake + cake fo. Same wicks, jars, etc, but the manufacturer suggests heating and adding FO at 160° and pouring at 150°. I used 8% fo and lx wicks.

I'm still testing currently but there's not much info out there on this wax in so I wanted to share.

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CandleScience responded: 2024-05-21

Hi Rebecca!

Thank you so much for taking the time to leave your review! We typically recommend adding in fragrance at the higher temperature of 185ºF based on our in-house testing. We have found that 185ºF ensures that the fragrance oils (including our denser fragrances) bond completely with the wax. We really appreciate you sharing your findings and if you have any questions as you continue to test with this wax please don't hesitate to reach out to us a [email protected] we are always more than happy to help!

5 out of 5 Stars.
Some of the best I have found....

I have been using this wax for a while now, I honestly couldn't think of changing. It melts well, hold the fragrance oils well. I am all around happy that I chose this wax. Not to mention how it burns, I have gotten so much positive feed back from customers. Thank you again.

4 out of 5 Stars.
Awesome

I have been using this wax for a while now, and I absolutely love it. Great CT and HT, smooth tops. The only problem I keep having is frosting. The frosting gets so bad. I do the best I can to keep my jars warm before pouring at 150 degrees, but no luck. But overall, no other issues!

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CandleScience responded: 2024-03-05

Hi there!

Thanks for leaving a review. We are more than happy to take a look at this with you! One of our Support Agent has reached out to best assist you.

5 out of 5 Stars.
Tealight update

So far the tealights are working great! Follow your normal steps for this wax. I had Eco tealight wicks on hand and they burned well. Just a tip if you are doing small batches - it is important to keep your wax as close to 150 degrees F if you can as you may get a little frosting on the bottom of the tealight cup. I ended up keeping my pour pot warm and I did not notice any more frosting.

5 out of 5 Stars.
Good Results

I love this wax for my container candles. Has anyone tried this wax for tealight candles? If so, what did you think? I'm trying a batch now and will post my results!

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