You want to make soy candles, but where to buy the supplies? Here I’ll guide you to some of the wholesale soy candle making supply companies that I’ve bought my wholesale candle supplies from. I’ve had great experiences with the ones that I have at the top of the list.
It helps so much if you have a soy candle making supplier nearby to save on shipping. That was a huge advantage for me as I have a wholesale supplier that I get my wax and most of my other supplies from only about 45min. away from me. So if it was going to cost more in shipping charges than gas to drive there, then I’d just go pick up my candle supplies in person.
Live in Australia?
I’ve had many people visiting this site from Australia and asking questions, so I have included a list of Australian candle supply companies below as well. I personally do not have any experience with those companies.
So here’s the list of where to buy wholesale soy candle making supplies in the United States:
CandleSoylutions Soy Candle Supplies– Excellent wholesale soy candle wax supplier in Eugene, Oregon, and they have great prices on their soy wax, as well as lots of fragrance oils, jars, wicks and other supplies. Pretty much everything you need to start making soy candles. They are also very friendly and always try to accommodate their customers as much as possible. I will continue to buy from them for making my personal soy candles.
Candlescience is a very popular candle making supplier. I have ordered from them and can highly recommend them.
Brambleberry Candle and Soap Making Supplies– Another excellent company. They have soy candle wax too, but I love their fragrance oils and essential oils. I have also bought some soap to try out soap making, but never got around to it….lol But they have excellent customer service as well and are located in Washington.
Wholesale Supplies Plus Candle and Soap Making Supplies– I’ve bought a few things from them and had a good experience with them but they no longer sell candle making supplies.
Candle Cocoon Candle Making Supplies, Fragrance Oils and Dyes– Oh, their fragrance oils are more expensive, but they…..are….Awesome! They are also more concentrated so you don’t use as much and they have lots of unique fragrances. If it wasn’t for trying to save on shipping by using the supplier closest to me (Candle Cocoon shipping costs are very reasonable though), I probably would have bought my fragrance oils from Candle Cocoon on a more regular basis. You must try them out!
Another respectable company that I have bought CD wicks from. I’ve heard good things about Lonestar Candle Supply from other candle makers on different forums as well.
Natures Garden is very popular and they are very active and engaged with their customers on their Facebook page and Blog. I have bought a few fragrance oils from them which I was very happy with. Two of the oils are ones I had a hard time finding elsewhere, New Leather and Fresh Cut Grass. I love them both!
I ordered from Northstar for the first time in 2014. I had a good experience with them. Shipping was quick. The oils I received all had a pretty good throw in the candles I made. I especially love the Midsummer Night (Smells just like the Yankee Candle version!) and Christmas Song. Here is a post I posted on my FB page after receiving my order from them:
Australian Candle Making Supplies
I’ve noticed that soy candle making seems to be very popular in Australia, so I am also listing wholesale candle supply companies from there as well. If you know of any others that I’ve missed, feel free to let me know!