Scent Survey Saturday: Do you use unscented candles?

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Do you use unscented candles? (Not including tealights)

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  1. I can see how these would be useful for someone who loves the flickering light but is very sensitive to scent. I, on the other hand, do candles for the scent! Wax without scent is like coffee without caffeine.

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    • I am all about the scent also. I do like the flickering light of a candle which is why I prefer them to melts. I do use melts in areas where I don’t want a flame.

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  2. I do Both, actually- i like to burn unscented tea lights and votives while i am burning or melting something with scent 🙂

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  3. I rarely use unscented candles but do use the tealights without scent if I am using scented frangrance oil.

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