Just Break It Already: Candles With Mystery Jewelry Inside

April 21, 2016

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Charmed Aroma candles are $27 natural soy wax candles that each have a ring inside. You just melt the candle until you see the foil bag, then tweezer it out (or bare-hand it if you're a badass), open, and put your new ring on. The rings come randomly packed in sizes 6 - 8 and each is valued at either $10, $25, $100, $1,000 or $5,000. I'm going to go out on a limb here and assume 98% of them are $10 though. And valued at $10 means it's actually worth $3.50. Still, a clever idea. Some other company should start making these except instead of putting rings in them they should put like, POGS or Pokemon cards. Or drugs. Or human teeth and hair for voodoo spells. I dunno, I'm spitballing here -- this is just an idea generating meeting anyways. "No, it's an intervention. Please have a seat." I hate you guys so much is lunch at least gonna be catered this time?

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Thanks to whoever posted this on Facebook saying they wanted one. If I remembered who you were I would get you one but I don't and I'm sorry. I understand if you unfriend me but if you try to re-friend me again later I'm gonna deny that shit so hard.

  • whacko

    These things have been around for years and there are a ton of different companies that sell them. Jewelry in Candles was the first, but there is also Diamond Candles, Ring Candle, Fragrant Jewels, Jewel Scent, Lucky Girl Candles, etc. Truth be told, most of these are probably the same company just selling this garbage under different names.

    Regardless, these are ALL scams. You pay about $30 for a candle, and get a $5 candle with a $2 piece of jewelry inside.

  • Ciara Bonneau

    this is SUPER old news, there's several companies that have been doing this a few years now. the first one was some bullshit MLM company called "jewellery in candles". And on top of it this isn't "geeky" at all, are you being paid to post this crap?

  • Ha! Yeah, I thought these things were weirdly cool. Like, I don't get why the thing has to be buried in scalding how wax, but it definitely adds drama to watching a candle burn!

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