Happy Wax Wax Popper Review

 Disclaimer: The following product was given to me as a gift for Christmas and below are my honest opinions. 

If you are anything like me, you dread two things when it comes to melting and changing your wax. One, the dish becoming filthy and two, the hassle of changing out your wax.  

Now hear me out. If you catch it while the wax is still warm it isn’t much of a problem since I normally will take a few cotton balls and let it soak up the wax as I am not big on the hot pouring method. Hot pouring is when most of my waxidents seem to occur. 

Though when the wax has cooled, say when my husband or I turn it off for the night, the next morning we have a round solid disc stuck to the plate that at times can be challenging to remove. 

Recently I have turned to the method of rolling ice cubes around the dish to loosen the wax instead of waiting on the freezer to do this for me. This works well most of the time with the occasional tar-like wax that just refuses to let go. I would than have to turn to putting it in the freezer and waiting several minutes or begin angrily chipping away at it with a butter knife. Up to you but either way is a nuisance. 


I say all of this to get to what I wanted to discuss today. While shopping on Amazon a few weeks back, I ran across a few different warmer accessories including several wax warmer cups. One of them being the Happy Wax, Wax Popper. On the page it states to be a liner for your warmer made from a “durable, reusable silicone”

I was a bit skeptical on whether it would work well or if it would tamper with the throw of the wax. I had previously tried using the reusable silicone muffin liners as a ‘hack’ for easier clean up with melting but I didn’t receive as strong of a throw compared to just melting in the dish itself. Being mindful that this item would have been made specifically for warmers unlike the muffin liners and being familiar with the brand name, I felt the urge to give it a try. I mentioned this item to my husband as it was getting close to Christmas and a few weeks later I am thrilled to bring you a review and hopefully an answer to our messy dishes and stuck on wax!

Now before I go any further and am asked in the comments, “But why didn’t you buy direct through the seller on their website?” My husband shops with ease on Amazon and I did indeed buy this through Happy Wax on their Amazon page which I also confirmed with HW to be legit.


About The Product:

Here is the link for their website and direct page for Happy Wax Poppers and many other beartastic, waxy products but you can also find them on Amazon. 

Product: Wax Popper

Made Of: Silicone

Price: $9.95

Dim: 2” wide at base x 2.5” wide at top (“flare”) x 1” tall/deep but claims to be One Size Fits All

 You will receive one wax popper per package/order for $9.95. 


As you can see per the picture above, the wax removes with ease. No freezing or chipping away with a butter knife required! Just peel back the silicone liner once the wax has dried and the popper allows you to ‘pop’ the dried wax right into the garbage with ease! As for throw the only difference I’ve noticed is it takes a few minutes longer for me to notice the smell as it begins to melt but then after the wax has had a chance to completely pool out I get a nice even throw. (This is melting in my bedroom and tested with several vendors)

Although I am very happy with my liner, it has come to my attention that something on the liner cup peels/sheds off as if it were a snake after a few uses. Whether it somehow be old wax peeling off after heating or just the silicone burning off the new layer, I’m not sure but it doesn’t seem to harm the liner. It does leave me to wonder why it does this and if it’s safe but for now when I use it I am rinsing it off to keep the shedding mess to a minimal. 

What are your thoughts on melting liners? Have you ever used them? Would you use them? Let me know! 

Until Next Melt! 

Sniff My Tarts Mystery Box

My luck with mystery boxes hasn’t been too bad as of late and because I didn’t make a custom order with Sniff My Tarts I decided to go for one of their boxes. That way I’ll still get the chance to try custom blends and maybe find some favorites that I wouldn’t have come up with myself that I can try the next opening. The boxes ran for $36.50 shipped with a 2 week turn around time. I ordered on the 18th of June and received it July 10th. 
Let us dive right in, 

Everything arrived in a PFRE and in this adorable I love unicorns bag. Diving further in, everything was divided into four lots that ranged from 3-4 pieces in each bubble wrap bag. 

Baby Powder/Vanilla Lace 

Vanilla Lace is becoming popular fast. It may become the next salty sea air or shaving cream with vendors wanting to mix it with everything. The vanilla lace is a nice touch but the talculm powder is a little astringent to the nose almost giving me the feeling to sneeze. Maybe I can use this as a blender scent.
Angel Food Cake/Bubble Gum/Candy Crush

I grinned ear to ear when I saw this because angel food cake was a scent of SMT that I had wanted to try. Although this one is mostly bubble gum dominate on cold I’m still able to detect a fluffy, egg cake batter with a light vanilla in the distance that I’m hoping will come out when warmed.
Pink Sugar/Sticky Bread 

Shockingly enough I enjoy this on cold so far. Usually I’m not the biggest bread fan with its yeast undertones but this is different. The pink sugar compliments a cinnabon type without the sharp cinnamon leaving you with a gooey, sticky bun and glazed sugar. 

Vanilla Waffle Cone/Lemon Sugar Type/Blueberry Noel

Another note I was happy to see and try was the blueberry noel. Vanilla waffle cone is another scent I adore yet this blend.. I’m just not sure yet. I’m wondering if it’s just because it is SO tart on account of the lemon sugar and BN. Ill let this one sit and cure awhile before I make my final decision.
Ginger Ale Type/Huckle Berry/Mango
Something is really off about this..yak! From the description everything looks like it would be a scent I would prefer but it must be the huckle berry or the Mix of everything? It smells of burnt rubber or plastic and makes my stomach turn. I’ll let this sit and see if that plastic smell goes away.

Sugar Cookie Crunch/Apricot Vanilla/ Star Fruit & Mango 

Apricot and mango dominate, this is a very fruity blend. I like how the sweetness has a chance to comes out more because of the tartness being suppressed by the vanilla and sugar cookie. A very nice blend.

Marshmallow Fluff/Serendipity/Fruit Loops Type

There’s that odd smell again.. almost like burnt rubber or a funky plastic! In this one it’s more subtle and fades into a fruit loop scent. If you aren’t careful that smell transfers to the pallet and you can almost taste it. 

Note: I had a chance to melt a piece of this one and no plastic/burnt rubber was detected! A nice fruit loop sugar blend

Sweet Lavender/Apricot Vanilla

I’ve seen lavender blended with fruits but I usually don’t reach for it. What has taken me so long to jump into this trend? This is great! Apricot soaked in ceamy vanilla topped with sweet lavender buds. 

Glazed Doughnuts/Strawberry Glaze/Vanilla Marshmallow Smoothie 

Though the strawberry glaze may remind me off a strawberry lip gloss I used to wear as a child the VMS adds this creaminess that makes it almost edible as you lick your lips clean of the glaze residue of a the doughnut.

Cranberry Sauce/Georgia Peach

Tart cranberries and juicy red apples spiced with freshly ground cinnamon and undertones of peach juice. 

Sugar Corn Pudding

Almost giving off a fallish bakery vibe I think I’ll put this one back as a blender for fall. Cinnamon sugar dominate with a toasted top cakey edge. 

Pink Sugar/Gain Laundry/BlackBerry

Wha-hoo! This is soo good. Jay,  I think this would be a winner for you too. The perfect balance of Gain and sweet pink sugar with the added benefits and sweetness of the BlackBerry. I’ll have to remember this blend
And the best for last..

Peppermint Swizzle Sticks/Marshmallow Noel/Candy

Guys! I have no idea how I got this lucky that this particular scent in this quantity made it in my box but I am beyond thrilled!! I love SMT Marshmallow Noel and her peppermint. I had considered placing an order just to get some peppermint blends especially Pink Peppermint Noel. I’m so stoked. Ugh, it smells so beautiful. Not medicinal but more of a candy cane cooling to the nose, peppermint.

All in all I am very happy with my mystery box. Did you order a box or a custom order?
 Let me know! 
Until Next Melt, 

Zeep Bath Mystery Box Un-Boxing

Zeep Bath’s wax has been on my radar for quite awhile now with all its hype and attention it has been receiving over the past several months. After missing out on the wax only restock and many previous failed attempts to purchase wax before, I was even more determined to get my hands on at least a mystery box to try a few of this vendors scents.

Than it happened. A day after the sale, Ashley had posted 11 more mystery boxes that she made and luckily I was able to snag one! 10 oz for $11 plus $4.50 shipping. Very reasonable with great shipping prices!



Ferris Wheel: Kettle Corn and Salt Water Taffy 6.5 oz

First melt I was able to smell upon opening the box. Popcorn/kettle corn is not my favorite thing in wax form. So I was a little hesitant when finding this in my box and in such a large quantity. First sniff it’s not as bad as I had feared though the popcorn is of course the most dominate. I’m hopeful that I will be able to melt this as the salt water taffy helps to mellow out the kettle corn making this into a scent that will be perfect as a transitioning melt into fall. As for now I mostly get popcorn on cold. I’ll give you guys an update as I melt!


Run Jungle: Tropical Fruits, Coconut, Rum and Toes in Your Sand.

Whew wee! Tropical! Grab your coconut bra and grass skirt we are going to a luau! Hand squeezed pineapple juice and coconut water blend together with a boozy undertone to create this mouth watering summer drink fragrance. Boy does this make me thirsty.



Beach Towels: Fresh Towels, Coconut & Lemongrass. 3.7-4.2 oz

Strong on the lemongrass and full of citrus and vibrant to awaken the senses yet kept at bay by the fluffy cotton towels to pull this back into a calming, relaxing aroma. So good!! I can’t wait to melt this one on account of its freshness and how it makes me just want to roll around in it and smell like beachy clean clothes.


The picture doesn’t show just how big this chunk really is. I’ve done a side by side comparison here with a Rose Girls chunk so that you can see the difference. Though I still do not think you are getting the full effect of how big this chunk really is.



Overall Mr. Meltdown & myself,  (As he as also stamped his approval on this box and loved every scent so far!) are very impressed with my first order/mystery box from Zeep and would love to snag one or two in the next restock! After some cure time I will be back with some melted reviews. If there are any you would like me to go into further detail please let me know!


Did you order anything this past restock? What are some of your favorite Zeep blends?


Until Next Restock,


The Meltdown Challenge: Main Course

Here on The Meltdown, we’ve now had a challenge that incorporated scents into blends such as a  dessert and drink so now the only thing missing to finish this meal off is the main course. The challenge for myself this week is to make a dinner/food blend leaning more towards the savory side than the sweet if all possible.




The Menu For Today:

Elephants Deli Tomato Orange Soup (It is a thing look it up!)  
Side of Cornbread Muffins




  •  Pizza Time by Super TartsBasil, Raspberry & Tomato Leaf.
  • Sweet Orange & Chili Pepper by Dessa’s Home Spun Scents-Sweet & spicy fusion of juicy oranges and fiery chili pepper.
  • Down Home Muffins by Wilma’s Handmade– Good ol’ southern buttery sweet corn bread muffins! This is not your average corn bread scent.



Combined together this isn’t terrible though I wouldn’t call it my favorite either. Taking three fragrances that aren’t my cup of tea to begin with, mixing them all together and expecting them to magically be amazing is a shot in the dark. This blend comes together as more of a soup with the watery notes of the fresh orange and the spices of chili pepper from Dessa’s while the base or meat and potatoes if you will (not technically), of the soup coming from the tomato leaf. Who would have thought to mix orange and tomatoes together for a soup and having it actually work!? Warming by the licks of the tea lights candle wick, the ‘soup’ simmers and boils bringing a dinner time feel to my home.

I feel that having a form of bread when eating soup is a must whether it be crackers, bread or cornbread.(NOTE: Peanut butter sandwiches are the best with/dipped in vegetable soup!) Having Wilma’s Down Home Muffins on hand helped in deciding our side.  Cornbread it is! The cornbread added a bakery, cornmeal type aroma to aid in thickening our soup while distributing its buttery goodness throughout the tomato juice.



In the end this was an interesting blend to play around with. Not one that I would melt again for the heck of it but if you enjoy a good savory scent give this one a try!


Until Next Melt,




Bacon Blended In A Wax Melt? 

Vendor/Brand: Super Tarts

Scent: Fireside, Smoked Bacon Brulee

Throw: Strong

Warmer Used: Tea Pot Tea Light (Hobby Lobby)

A very confusing blend. I can’t make my mind up on if this blend works or not. Very deep and smokey. Not like liquid smoke but like sitting around the fire as the oak logs burn and turn to embers. There is just a touch of almost a maple type glaze behind the smoke that each piece of bacon was dipped in than cooked until caramelized perfection was reached. Chopped than used as a garnish on top of a freshly made creme brulee with a crunchy, browned sugar top. Sweetness mellows out the smoke to a more tolerable fragrance yet  it’s still just.. different. Pungent at times with the thick fog of  maple smoke.

As I usually do with ST wax, one cube threw very well and with the strong smoky flavor I would say less is better unless you like to be thrown against the wall with your scents.

So this is more of a different type of blend but it wasn’t AS terrible as I had first imagined. I wouldn’t repurchase but it was nice to give it a whirl to see what this fragrance was all about.

Until Next Melt,

Bloom & Prosper Candle Co. Apple & Pear

Oddly enough I ran across this candle while in a Ross’s Dress for Less while looking for my husband a pair of pants. I wouldn’t have expected them to have a home fragrance isle. Long story short we walked out with two candles and a box to store wax in but no pants. Usually how the shopping game goes right? Go in for something but end up buying ten other things instead. 

Brand/Vendor: Bloom & Prosper Candle Co. 

Product: One Wick Scented Candle 

Cost: $2.99

Scent: Apple & Pear

Burned strong with a high flamed wick for at least 5-6 hours the first round. The next day I went to light the candle and it needed a little trimming yet it was as if I had hardly made a dent in the candle after many hours of burning. A+ on long lasting. Though for the scent throw I give it more of a C- because I just don’t get much of a throw unless I hover over the candle. This is a small candle so I tried moving it to a smaller room than my kitchen, a.k.a now the bathroom candle.

 It preformed a little better than before but not to my liking. If only it truly smelled as strong and sweet as it did on cold. The juiciness of a tart, sweet granny smith apple mingled with the crisp bite of fresh pear. Such a wonderfully sweet, green almost candy like scent that I wish I could have gotten more of when burning. 

 I recommend this being paired with a melt or being used mostly as a setting the mood candle as it just doesn’t put off much fragrance. Maybe I just got a dud this time but I would try another one for the price, convience (and cuteness!) in size and the longevity of the candle. 
Have you tried any candles from this brand? Any new candles that you have fallen head over heels for? Let me know! 

Vintage Road Candles Haul

One Sunday afternoon as me and the hubbie relaxed in bed watching the Dark Knight Rises, I was also Instagram serving and eager to make a wax order. If you are a true wax addict you will understand what I mean when you get that itch to place an order. The itch that won’t be tamed until it sees that confirmed order screen and even then sometimes only managed with one order if it is a mild case. That is when I ran across a gorgeous haul picture from a vendor by the name of Vintage Road Candles. After searching the site and seeing many blends that peeked my attention and just the most darling shapes, I started filling my cart with wax goodness!

The vendor was offering a 10% off your order of $25 so of course I couldn’t pass up a deal. Shipping was $7.20 shipped in a priority box.


Above is what I saw upon opening my box. Included under the tissue paper was instructions on how to care for your candles and the proper cure time for the wax. (NOTE:It is recommended to wait 2-4 weeks from the pour date.) Inside on the folded paper the instructions were printed on, was a hand written note from the vendor (Sarah) thanking you for your order and a business card.

It is the small details that I really appreciate, they do not go un-noticed!



So I am happy to share with you my first haul with this vendor. I do have to warn you that the wax is softer than most I have worked with so bare with me as some of it is smudged and battered in the pictures.

Strawberry Banana Sundae Bunties (pk of 6)

“Strawberry, Banana Cream Pie, & Vanilla Ice Cream Cake”

Vanilla ice cream and more of a banana pulled taffy than banana cream.


Peach Bellini Bundties (pk of 6)

“Peach Puree & Sparkling Wine”

Sparkling freah peach with the slightest boozy undertone. The peach is actually delightful and not chemically like most come off in wax. 


Pink Eucalyptus Spearmint Noel-Turtle Tart


Pink Eucalyptus Spearmint Noel-Puddle Pups Tart

“Pink Sugar type, Eucalyptus & Spearmint, and Vanilla Bean Noel”

 Rich, delectable VBN with the added sharpness of the Spearmint and calming Eucalyptus.

How cute is this little turtle?!


Rainbows & Lollipop- Puddle Pups Tart

“Pear, Kiwi, Green Grapes, Raspberry, Peach, and Sugary Lollipops.”

The dog above is hiding.. terrible picture I’m sorry!

 Fresh sugar rolled fruits. Raspberry and pear most dominate creating the perfect sweet puree.


Strawberry Lemonade Splash- Puddle Pups Tart

“Strawberry, Blackberry, Country Lemonade, and Sweet Citrus Punch”

 Sweet, tart and delicious. I don’t pick up much of the lemonade on cold so maybe on warm. This almost reminds me of a lip-smackers I used to own as a child.


When purchasing these I really didn’t think this through on how sad and almost a little morbid it would be to have to watch these little guys melt! First time melting it must have been the disruptive air flow from my ceiling fan and air conditioner combined because I just didn’t pick up anything. The next time I tried the other “half”.. dog’s hiney and legs, it threw like a champ! Sweet, sweet berry lemonade almost as if it were to be a pink lemonade with added fresh mixed fruit and a fun umbrella to top it all off!

Candyland (Peppermint Fluff) Puddle Pups Tart

“Cotton Candy, Peppermint, Toasted Marshmallow”

Soo good.. the peppermint is just how I like it. Not medicinal, not butter-minty, the perfect icy mint with the bonus added sweetness of the cotton candy and toasted marshmallow. Julie, I think you would like this one!



Frosted Coconut Vanilla- Puddle Pups Tart x2 

“Peppermint, Coconut, Vanilla Bean Noel”

If you like the RG Peppermint, Coconut Mallow, I would give this one a try. It isn’t exactly the same but it has a resemblance.



Birthday Party- Puddle Pups Tart

“Birthday Cake, Cotton Candy, Sugar Cookie”

 Smells as if you were making sugar cookies out of a Pillsbury vanilla cake mix. Not your traditional sugar cookie scent.


Sweet 16- Chunkies Tart 

“Strawberry/Bubble Gum base, Pink Sugar/Cotton Candy & Lavender middle chunks, Sugar Cookie/Birthday Cake top”

Sweet, pink, bubble gum tape powder, Cotton Candy lavender.

Samples that Sarah includes, Thank you Sarah!


Left to Right:

Lavender Tea & Berries: French Lavender & Honey BBW Type, White Tea and a light berry scent. 

If I ever order again, this one will go into my cart. Fresh brewed white tea and sticky sweet honey swirled with the perfect amount of French lavender


Strawberry Lemon Sherbet Cotton Candy Frosting: Strawberry, Iced Lemon Cookies, Rainbow Sherbet, Cotton Candy and Buttercream Frosting.


Very light on cold, I mostly pick up a sweet vanilla sugar with a hint of sherbet.

Yuzu Volcano Salty Sea BreezeMandarin, Tangerine, Grapefruit, Volcano Capri Blue Type and Salty Sea Air


Fresh, sea-side citrus with a touch of what I believe to be the Volcano everyone races about. First time smelling but I think I like it.


Lemon Marshmallow Sugar Cookie: Iced Lemon Cookies, Sugar Cookies, Toasted Marshmallow. 

If you have ever had ScentScationals Lemon Iced Sugar Cookies, this is almost the exact same lemon sugar cookie.



If you would like any of these reviewed in further detail let me know. 

I am very pleased with my order and how everything turned out. 

Humbled and Thankful 

I am very thankful and honored to have been chosen as one of the top 60 candle blogs of the internet! How crazy and exciting is that! 

 I appreciate everyone who takes the time out of their day to read my blog and who help keep this hobby worth the time and the effort. I’ve had so much fun this year and a half meeting new friends and trying many new vendors and brands while all the while opening my nose to many new scents I never knew possible to fall for. 

I hope to continue making fun and informative new content for you all while all the while continuing to grow on this crazy adventure we all know as wax! 

Until Next Melt, 

Vintage Chic Scents: My First Loaf!!


Take a moment to cool down from the blasting heat of summer with the minty refreshment that is Central Park Snow Globe.

Central Park Snow Globe- Peppermint Creme Noel


I’ll have to admit that this was a total spur of the moment purchase. When Kirby had announced that there was stock still available from her last restock (May), I was intrigued. It was a done deal after finding out CPS was an option still up for grabs as I have been eyeing this scent for more than a year now. Add to Cart, Swish, Click Done. Shipping is a little hefty especially if you are only getting one item but I ignored it for the simple idea of soon having my first loaf in my hands!

Pictures cannot begin to capture the dreaminess of the mica that is adorning the top of this loaf which goes so beautifully with the snow white wax. Approximately 14 oz of pure peppermint cream delicious goodness. Nose tingling peppermint meets sweet, buttery, vanilla sugar to create this perfect for winter or year around fragrance.

My lovely sample I received, Thank you Kirby, was in the scent Jackie-O.

Jackie-O- Marshmallow Birthday Cake Vanilla Bean Noel

 Dreamy, rich, vanilla cake batter cooked to perfection and decorated  with heaping  mounds of marshmallow buttercream. Throw in a few sprinkles and you’ve got yourself Jackie-o! 

Fun Question For The Comments: If you had to live in a snow globe, what kind of snow globe would it be(i.e. snowy, tropical, etc) and what would it look like/have decorating it?

Let’s Hear Those Answers!

Blank Label Mystery Box Un-Boxing! Cold Sniff Review

Blank Label Mystery Box Un-Boxing! Cold Sniff Review


Being a person who enjoys a good mystery whether it be in the form of a novel, show or movie I still have never been one to take leaps and strides to purchase mystery boxes of any kind..well because of the mystery! Sure there is a form of excitement when getting something at total surprise but knowing how things usually work out for me, everything in the box would be everything I hated. With this box for example, my fear would be an end result of a box full of patchouli, honey, sugar milk nightmares! Bleh!

Bravery stuck out in me the day I ordered this box as it was unlike me to go out on a limb and try a full box of wax from a vendor I’ve hardly melted from let alone not know what scents I would enjoy of theirs on top of not knowing the scents I would receive. So I have anxiously awaited this package, excited for its arrival. Who doesn’t at least get a little excited when they hear they have 30 oz of wax heading their way?!

A little about this box is that it retailed for $35 + shipping. Shipping was about $9 and change. The wax would include a mix of left over scents, test blends and upcoming scents that would either be in a mix of 4 packs, shapes, scent shots or bakery bags.


Let us dive right in and see what was in the box shall we?  These were all poured in early April so I will be letting them cure for a awhile. 

4 packs:

Zero- Boo Berry Cotton Candy Frosted Cakes (Grey)

Boo Berry being the strongest, dominate note in this melt leaves the other notes unnoticed on cold. Usually I find that anything blended with BB, the rest of the notes gets completely lost or have to struggle to be noticed in the blend. We will see how this does once warmed but I am excited to give this a try come fall as that is usually when I crave BB most.

Unamers- Lemon Poppy seed Zucchini Bread (Yellow)

I have to admit when I saw zucchini in the name, my nose instantly scrunched. Though upon smelling it I was pleasantly surprised. It wasn’t the overbearing, in your face zucchini bread that I am used to. It’s light and creamy adding to the zesty lemon poppy.  I’ve only ever liked zucchini by one other vendor so this might be an exception to my no zucchini bread melting.

Unamers-Mango Marshmallow Milk (Orange)

Not my favorite on cold. Maybe it’s the milk? Maybe it’s the wang of the mango? I won’t tell you what this oddly smelled like to me on first initial sniff because I am sharing a piece of this with a friend and wouldn’t want to ruin it for her. I had my husband smell it and he said it smelled nothing like what I said so it must just be me. We’re in the clear. (Side note: I am not one for milk/sugar milk blends) I forced myself to investigate this further and found that it smelled of a kind of light baby formula/milky scent with a hint of mango.

Unamers- Coconut Citrus Pomegranate Sorbet (Blue)

Heavy on the coconut followed by a tartness of the citrus which I assume by the smell is a lemon lime is all I pick up on cold.

Large Shapes:

Unamers- Cherry Watermelon Candy Slushie  (x2)

These are supposed to be the same yet one smells better than the other. They also look different and if you see the one on the right is a bigger heart entirety. The one on the right fits the scent description perfectly and has more of an effervescence cherry slush note while the one on the left leaves me confused wondering if it truly is the same just lighter in scent? Do I hear a battle of the melts?

Scent Shots:

Fruit Mystery #1

Wowza. Ring-a-ding-ding! This is so fresh and fruity!! Of course I would love to re-order this one..but MYSTERY! 🙂

Moana of Motunui: Passion Fruit, Guava, Pink Mimosa Flowers, Tropical Fruit and More.

If I close my eyes it’s like I’m  sipping a fruity drink on the beach. Mouth watering guava and tropical fruits makes this the perfect summer melt.


Your Mother And Mine- Buttery Vanilla, Lush Blackberry and Bright Lemon. 

This reminds me of a blackberry vanilla fudge my grandma has made in the past. Rich, thick and creamy like a fudge would be without the cocoa note instead replaced by a heavy whipping cream vanilla and as mentioned above, Lush, fresh blackberry. So good, so so good. Can not wait to melt this.

All in all I was impressed with my options in melts. No patchouli so A+!! The shapes are gorgeous, colors are very vibrant and never hurts to have that added glitter.  My only complaint is that some of the labels were hard to read since they didn’t appear to print entirely or smudged off but as for the wax I am excited to give it a go once they have time to sit possibly a few weeks to a month.

Please let me know if there are any scents above that you would like a further review on, I would be happy to go more in depth.

As Always, Until Next Melt