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Hey Luuuxers!<div><br /></div><div>
So I was reading stuff about JWOWW from JerseyShore (Yes, I LOVE THAT SHOW!) when I came across her site and found a link to candles. These candles were called, Diamond Candles<span style="font-size: 10pt; ">. I clicked the link and it took me to their website and there were tons of candles and they are pretty big candles. Basically, in every single candle you get a diamond ring....however, it is either $10, $100, $1000 or $5000 retail price. You can see where the rings are located in the jar, they are on the side usually wrapped in foil. These candles are earth friendly and are made up of soy which is better for the environment. They say that it makes the smell more potent and longer lasting. The people of this company wanted to make burning and buying candles more exciting and something to look forward to or for some people a new hobby. These candles have a wide range of scents from Apple Slice, Orchid Meadow, Chocolate Truffle and so much more! The price for one candle is $24.95 and they are 6 inches tall, I`m not too sure about how big it is but it looks pretty big to me. </span></div><div><span style="font-size: 10pt; "><br /></span></div><div><font size="2">
I have not yet purchased one but I am contemplating on buying either the Strawberry Bliss, Carnival Candy or Cupcake. I really wish I knew what they smelled like because I am just winging it and I don`t want to be stuck with a nasty smelling candle! I think it is a great idea how this company have come up with an innovative idea to make every candle somewhat of a gift and a surprise in one. I would love to </font>receive<font size="2"> this as a birthday, Christmas or valentines gift. I think I might purchase it this weekend so I can share with you all what kind of ring I may get!....hopefully in the $100 range =D</font></div><div><font size="2"><br /></font></div><div><font size="2">
What do you guys think about this product?</font></div><div><font size="2">
Have any of you tried this product before? </font></div> </div>