SoyMax M124B
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SoyMax M124B is an additive-free, 100% pure soy wax. Perfect for containers and tea lights, SoyMax M124B is an alternative to our AAK and EcoSoya soy wax offerings. Great for blending with natural or paraffin waxes, this container wax can be used by itself, but tops may need refinishing and some frosting may occur. It is packaged in pastille form for easy scooping and measuring.

To help you get the best results from SoyMax M124B check out our lab notes.

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

Produced from US Grown Soybeans!

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Wax Type Soy
Appearance Smooth, Creamy
Application Containers and Tea Lights
Max Fragrance 10%
Rec. Wick Series CD or ECO
Melt Point 120º F
Pour Temp 160º F +/-5º
Prop 65 Warning No


Heat to 185°F using a double boiler. Add 6% of fragrances (1 oz./lb. of wax), remove from heat, and stir for two minutes. Pour at 160°F (+/-5°F). Allow candles to cure for two weeks for optimal fragrance throw.



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(based upon 7 reviews)


I tried to get this stuff to work. Glad I only bought 10#

Roza Candles
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This is the worst wax I have ever used! the tops of my candles were full of pits and especially around the wick. I followed all the heating and pouring & instructions.
What a waste! the candles I made were all for gifts.
Even the heat gun only helped minimally. Used some eco-glitter to hide the inconsistencies.

Sybille Akers
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Awesome Wax for the Price

I purchased this wax as a first time candle maker and first was thrown off by all of the sink holes and that my cold and hot throw wasn’t that strong. I tried again and got perfect results by pouring at a cooler temp and increasing my fragrance oil percentage. So far I’ve been using the CD 20 wick and it has been working great! Those of you who are having bad experiences, don’t give up! Sometimes you may have to make small adjustments to get the “perfect” candle. Good luck my fellow candle makers!



This wax is good! If you pour this at 115 degrees it has a better chance of having a smooth matte finish on top, but with an indent in the center. Nothing a heat gun can't fix though! If you pour at the normal 125-130, it does have lots of sink holes which take longer to smooth over. But overall a great wax for a great price!



I had high hopes for this wax but unfortunately I have ruined 16 candles using this wax it consistently has given me issues each time with clouding , pooling up and sink holes it’s upsetting because I had a convention to sell these at and they’re honestly embarrassing to even put out I have even tried treating with a heat gun but didn’t help I have also found that color doesn’t take well with this wax I used wax I got from Amazon and had a better outcome I wish inhad something good to say about this wax but it’s a no for me even with changing melt and pour temp didn’t do well :(


This wax is awful!

This wax is terrible. It would not set smooth on top, and I kept having to go back and repour the top layer to make it look better and it still wouldn’t work sometimes. And then when you burn the candle it looks chunky. Also I feel like it absorbs some of the candle scent because I used the same amount of scent I usually do and the candles barely smelled. Such a bummer!!!!


SoyMax M124B

This is the first time I purchased this wax. This has a great scent throw hot and cold. This does have pits and sink holes, I finished the tops with heat gun and then did the test again. After it burns it still has sink holes, but still smells great. This would be good wax to make cocoa candles or chunky fudge brownie candles.