Our Scentsy Bars are a remarkable medley of wax and fragrance. Break one apart, add a cube or two to your Scentsy Warmer and infuse your home with scent.
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Mandarin Toffee Treat
Mandarin Grapefruit Amber
Peach & White Amber
Persian Lime & Sandalwood
Pineapple Coconut Vanilla
Pretty & Plum
Spiced Fruit Cider
Sweet Cream Spice
Caramel Vanilla Delight
Toasted Coconut Amaretta
Apple & Cinnamon Sticks
Berry of Paradise
Bergamot & Solar Driftwood
Love & Happiness
Ivy & Water Lily
Apple Butter Frosting
Hug in a Mug
Huckleberry & Clementine
Sea Salt & Avocado
Southern Sweet Tea
Holly Berry Cinnamon
Blackberry Orange Marmalade
Honey Pear Cider
Whipped Vanilla Pear
Very Snowy Spruce
Very Merry Cranberry
Clove & Cinnamon
White Tea & Cactus
Vanilla Bean Buttercream
Sweet Pea & Vanilla
By the Sea
My Dear Watson
By the Sea
Black Raspberry Vanilla
Baked Apple Pie
ABOUT SCENTSY BARS:
Q. What are Scentsy Bars?
Scentsy Bars are blocks of fragrant wax in eight break-apart sections.
Q. Where are Scentsy Bars made?
Scentsy manufactures all wax products at its headquarters in Meridian, Idaho.
Q. What kind of wax is used to make Scentsy Bars?
We use a custom, high-quality paraffin wax blend designed to give you long-lasting fragrance and selected for its scent loading ability, melting point and firmness.
Q. Why doesn’t Scentsy use a soy- or vegetable-based wax?
Soy- or vegetable-based waxes can produce a quality wicked candle, but not a quality wickless candle.
Q. How many cubes of wax do I use in my warmer?
One or two cubes should be plenty. Once the scent runs out, replace the wax with fresh cubes.
Q. How do I clean the wax out of the warmer?
While the wax is melted, pour it out and wipe the dish clean with a paper towel.
Q. Are Scentsy Bars safe?
Scentsy Bars are safer than wicked candles because no flame is required for the wax to melt and release fragrance. Since the wax is warmed and not burned as with traditional candles, no harmful chemicals or pollutants are released into the air. With Scentsy, there is no flame, smoke, soot or lead.
Q. Do Scentsy Bars contain any nut or mineral oils? Do they contain Bisphenol A (BPA), gluten, lead, egg or formaldehyde?
Scentsy Bars and fragrance oils do not contain any kind of nut or mineral oils. They are BPA-, gluten-, lead-, egg and formaldehyde-free.
Q. How should I store my Scentsy Bars?
Store your Scentsy Bars in a cool, dry area of your home, away from direct sunlight. If you store bars next to a stove or in direct sunlight, the top fragrance notes may be released from the heat.
Q. Why can’t I smell my favorite Scentsy Bar anymore?
Occasionally, you can become immune to a scent or fragrance note by simply warming it too frequently. For example, if you warm cinnamon fragrances all year, your nose may actually begin to filter out the smell of cinnamon. By switching out your Scentsy fragrances regularly, you can prevent this from happening.
Q. I placed a new cube in my Scentsy warmer, but I can’t smell it. Why not?
Each fragrance has a different level of scent throw depending on the fragrance oil composition. Factors such as weather, humidity, ventilation systems and elevation may alter scent throw.
- Weather and humidity: At higher temperatures, water molecules are more likely to go into the vapor phase, so there will be more water vapor in the air. When fragrance and water molecules bind together, the water weighs fragrance down, creating less diffusion of the fragrance into the air. When there is less moisture into the air, fragrance has better diffusion and can be perceived as stronger.
- Environment: Large rooms, ceiling fans and flooring may affect how scent dissipates, as do open windows and ventilation systems.
- Certain fragrance notes can be perceived as stronger than others based on their molecular structure and your sense of smell. For example, citrus notes are top notes, typically recognizable and can be considered stronger because your nose smells these notes first. In contrast, musk notes are base notes, aren’t typically recognizable and are used to create harmony within a fragrance. You could expect citrus dominate fragrances to be perceived as stronger than musky ones.