Have you ever wondered what’s in your competitors candles?  Why are their candles so strong and why does the scent last so long?

Yank** Type
Apple Strudel
Balsam and Amber
Bamboo
Bamboo
Blueberry Pomegranate
Butter Creamier
Carrot Cake
Christmas Berries
Christmas Tree
Cinammon Vanilla
Clean Cotton
Clothes line dry
Dulce de leche
Eggnog
Eucalyptus
Eucalyptus Rain
Evergreen
Fall Harvest
Fern & Redwood
Fireside
Freesia
French Vanilla
Fresh Cotton
Frosted Mint
Ginger and lime
Gingerbread
Granny Smith
Grapefruit Raspberry Peppermint
Grassy Goodness
Hazelnut Coffee
Hibiscus White Orchid Tuberose
Holiday Candle
Holiday Sage
Home Sweet Home
Honeydew Melon
Honeydoo Melon
Kumquat and Tamarind
Macintosh
Mandarin Cranberry
Mandarin Fig
Mandarin Green Tea
Mandarin Tea
Midsummer Night
Mulberry
Orange Blossom
Pansy
Peach and Clove Buds
Peach Fragrance
Peach Nectar and Apple Blossom
Pecan Spice
Powdery aloe vera
Pumpkin Harvest
Raisin Toast
Raspberry Musk
Red Ceylon Peach
Rosemary Tea
Sage & Citrus
Seaside Harbor Fog
Shortbread Cookie
Songs of Angels
Spiced Berry
Spiced Cilantro
Splash of Rain
Spring Linen
Strawberry and milk
Sugar Plum Vineyard
Sweet Honeysuckle
Sweet Peach
Sweet Peach
Sweet Strawberry Candycane
Sweet Strawberry cocoa
Tulips
Vintage Rosewater
Violet and Blue Orris
Warm Oatmeal Cookies
Watermelon & dried figs
Wild Blueberries
Wild Daffodil
Winesap Apple
Zansibar

 

Tra** Type
Amber and Bergamot
Bamboo Sugar Cane
Cool Cucumber
Exotic Musk
Flowers at Sunset
Frankincense & rain
Fresh cut Tuberose
Guava Mango
Honey Grapefruit
Macintosh
Ocean Marine
Pear
Pear
Pink Grapefruit
Potpourri
Rosemary and Jasmin
Sweet Honeysuckle
Vanilla Grapefruit
Vanilla Tarte
Water