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New Products + Phasing Others Out

Posted by Kim Ringenbach on

It has been a whirlwind of a holiday season that I am still trying to recover from. I have decided this spring to focus on adding some new products while phasing out some other low performers (most are fragrance oils; some of which the manufacturer is discontinuing.) 

The list of scents that will soon be going away are:

Sage and Pomegranate
Pumpkin Chai
Rain Water
White Tea
White Pine
Mediterranean Fig
Pumpkin Cider
Toasted Pumpkin Spice
Cranberry Woods
Peppermint Mocha
Cherry Blossom
Autumn Festival
Pecan Pumpkin Waffles
Citron & Mandarin
Cinnamon Chai
Hansel & Gretel's House
Pine Cone

These will only be available as supplies last and likely very soon I will inventory my oils and offer them to sell to another maker.

New products!

I am planning on offering new containers that will serve as entry level sample jars. I want to design a 3-6 pack gift/sample set so you can spend a small amount and test a few scents. These will be exclusively for beeswax candles, as I am moving more towards focusing on beeswax this year!

The jars will be 3 and 4oz and glass. Testing begins soon!

I also plan on offering small votives/pillars. More to come as I develop the perfect combination.

Smudge Sprays are huge right now and I decided to jump full in on it. All of the sprays are made with purified distilled water, herbs, crystals and essential oils. Even if you aren't the spiritually inclined, you can still enjoy the aromatic spray and appreciate it being a natural product with essential oils.

I plan on adding a few more fragrance oil options to my beeswax candles, but am working on how that looks yet.

I hope to have more exciting news soon as I am looking towards where I see myself in 5 and 10 years. Right now I plan on staying with my business for my many loyal customers who brighten my day with their kind words, tags and reviews. I am considering another path in life which will likely mean I will have to cut more products to specialize in my most desired ones, but nothing is set in stone at this time. I have worked hard to build my brand, develop my recipes and earn customer loyalty and look forward to many more years of it.

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