Can I use food coloring to tint my home made candles?


I’m making soy wax candles, and I know they sell the color chunks that color the candles…

But is it just as effective to use food coloring? Thanks!

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4 Responses to “Can I use food coloring to tint my home made candles?”

  1. I am women says:

    Yes i heard it was just as effective as food coloring, but you should first put it to the try and see for yourself, before you do all of the candle, can’t take every one words, have to look out for your self.

  2. Beejee says:

    It’s okay with me so long as I don’t have to eat any of them – soy or no soy.

  3. BoogiesMommy06 says:

    I never had much luck with food coloring. What honestly worked best was buying a cheap box of crayons and breaking them into chunks and melting with the wax.

  4. Beccy says:

    Yes, as long as you don’t them.
    I had a friend who used crayons in coloring her home made candles. she used to melt crayons in the wax. Also she used lipstick.

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