$100 in State Scented Candles from CHI Candle (Winners Choice)-1-US-Ends 2/20 | Miki's Hope

$100 in State Scented Candles from CHI Candle (Winners Choice)-1-US-Ends 2/20

Monday, February 10, 2020


This giveaway is sponsored by CHI Candle and hosted by Mom Does Reviews.


I wish I could have candles in my apartment--well I have a few but I NEVER light them. My cat sometimes knocks them over or off where ever I have them so she can occupy that space. No, no lit candles in my apartment! But I do love to gaze into the flicker of the flames and with a scent that I love-Guess I can only do that at friends that don't have pets-and I do. These candles are hand poured from soy wax right here in the USA! Great for gift giving or to keep for yourself. Read the review then come back and enter.


Chi Candle, a candle company, owned and operated by wife and husband team, was founded by Chi in Menifee, a city in southwestern Riverside County, California in 2013. ChiWe were inspired by our love of candles and everything that they bring to a home. However, we were very frustrated with some of the candles we had purchased. They often had little or no aroma, and they burn down the middle of the jar, leaving lots of wax stuck to the side of the jar. We started doing some research and decided to try at making our own candles. Chi CandleWe discovered that most candles are made from paraffin wax, and paraffin wax is obtained from petroleum, which has been found to contain many carcinogenic toxins as well as create soot in the buildings they are burned. On the other hand, many candles are made ​​from soy wax, and soy candles are the healthy, natural alternative to paraffin candles, so we decided to use soy wax in our scented candles. Our soy candles are burn clean, last long, and scented strong! They are poured completely different than any other candle on the market. We make our candles in small batches, and we have developed our unique formula and pouring process. This formula enhances the scent-throw, and maintain a longer burn time. All of our candles are hand poured using domestically grown soy wax, environment-safe cotton wicks, fine fragrance oils, apothecary inspired jars, packaged, and shipped from our Murrieta, California studio.

About the prize/product:


One winner will receive their choice of $100 in CHI Candle State Scented Candles.

Be sure to read Sherryl's review on Mom Does Reviews HERE.

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One lucky reader will win Win $100 in State Scented Candles from CHI Candle


The giveaway is open to USA


The giveaway ends 2/20/2020 at 11:59 PM EST


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24 comments :

Velvetwhip said...

I'm a California girl and it's all about the scents of oranges and ocean air.

A. B. said...

I am originally from Wisconsin, and it is known for cranberries and crisp autumn leaves.
—Ann (L.....B@yahoo)

billwinsbig said...

Indiana should hava a popcorn scented candle!

Lauren Peterson said...

I'm from Missouri, and we're known for lots of tree smells...dogwood, redwood, sandalwood, cedarwood, moss and notes of amber.

Brittany Raisor said...

Ha! I'm from Ohio, and I was sitting here thinking hard about what Ohio smells like. I came up with nothing, so I asked dear Google. A company made candles dedicated to each state and the Ohio candle was unscented!

tannawings said...

I am from Iowa. It is known for pigs, corn and frustration of a fried caucus?
(I am sure they do not have those scents but couldn't resist!)

(ellen beck on the form )

Alice F. said...

I am Alice from Georgia and we are known for the Peach scent

Paula Pennachio said...

I am from PA and it is known for the Dutch, apple tree's, great little shops to shop at and bed and breakfast's and that's just a few things.

Holly Thomas said...

Pennsylvania, coffee, rum, vanilla with a touch of amber.

cdllegg122 said...

west virginia is my home state so anything wv oriented i guess lots of spice or woodsy scents or flowers would be lovely

jerseygirl137 said...

Although I now live in Pennsylvania, New Jersey is my home state. New Jersey is know for it's beaches, jersey corn and tomatoes.

Carol Graves said...

South Carolina -yellow jasmine is the state flower. But I prefer the smell of the beach!

Heather said...

Being military, I have called many places home. I was born in NC, which is known for Honeysuckle.

kymom13 said...

I am also from Kentucky. We are known for bluegrass (that never fully browns) and Bourbon!

Beth McC said...

I am from Ohio and although carnation is our state flower, I'd prefer the hyacinth found in the Hocking Hills State Park.

Debbie P said...

I'm from Illinois outside Chicago so my state smells like deep dish pizza.

Elizabeth Tarlow said...

I am from Southern California. Avocados have been declared as our State fruit, but the scent of the Ocean & Citrus Trees really stand out for me.

Nicole Sue said...

Kansas is my home anbd I would say the scent is sunflowers!

Rose Santuci-Sofranko said...

I'm from Buffalo NY and our scent is CHEERIOS! It's where they are manufactured and their scent fills the air. Thanks and God Bless! ILuvTheEucharist @ aol dot com

Ashley Montgomery said...

I'm from Virginia and our scent is honeysuckle!

jennifer bowen said...

well i'm a wisconsin girl and we got cheese and beer and brats so well i think that would be it but also Wood violet or Viola papilionacea flower

Chris L said...

Carnation is the state flower for OH. Not my favorite scent.

Jeanna Massman said...

I’m from Iowa so green fields, dusty country roads and wild rose.

MelissaM said...

I love candles

 
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