Monday, November 22, 2010

It's a Scentsy Party!




Okay---so Thanksgiving is this week, which means Christmas is right around the corner. And I've found a great gift idea that you can order online.
The company is called Scentsy. They sell wickless candles--and I am here to say they are fabulous! Not only do they smell great, but you can burn them without worry. No flame to remember to blow out. No accidental fires if the candle gets knocked over. And they are really affordable! Talk about a great gift.
Here's some info!


What is Scentsy?
Scentsy is a direct selling, wickless candle company headquartered in Meridian, Idaho. The company is owned by Orville and Heidi Thompson and sells its products through a field sales force of more than 70,000 independent sales representatives known as Independent Scentsy Consultants, who market and sell Scentsy products through home parties.

What products does Scentsy sell?
Scentsy sells wickless candles, ceramic warmers, and a variety of fragrance products.

What are wickless candles?
A wickless candle, called a Scentsy Bar or a Scentsy Brick, is a highly fragrant wax bar that is warmed to release fragrance into the air. Because the wax is gently warmed rather than burned, it can hold more fragrance oil than a traditional candle. And, because there is no flame, there is no smoke, soot, or lead. Scentsy wickless candles are a safer alternative to traditional candles.

How is the wax warmed?
Scentsy's beautiful ceramic warmers house a low-watt light bulb that slowly melts the Scentsy Bar or Scentsy Brick, filling your home with one of more than 80 distinctive, long-lasting scents.

The combination of a Scentsy Warmer with a Scentsy Bar is known as a Scentsy System.

Where are Scentsy products made?
Scentsy's wickless candles and home-fragrance products are made in Scentsy's state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in Meridian, Idaho. Our ceramic warmers are designed by Scentsy and made to our exact specifications by our manufacturing partner.

Can I buy Scentsy in a retail location?
No. Scentsy is a direct selling company with a field sales force, known as Independent Scentsy Consultants, who sell our products through home parties, open houses, fairs and shows, and fundraisers. Scentsy products are perfect for sharing in a party environment.
How can I buy Scentsy products?
Contact your local Independent Scentsy Consultant to place an order or host a party. When you host a party, you have a chance to share more than 80 unique Scentsy fragrances and dozens of warmers with your friends and family. Scentsy parties are easy to host—and you can earn free and half-price products while you're having fun!
Does Scentsy have a catalog of products?
Yes. Each year, Scentsy releases two new catalogs—one in March for the Spring/Summer season and one in September for the Fall/Winter season.


So, now that you've read about them here are some pictures.


Here is the one that plugs into the wall. Perfect for a bathroom, kitchen or any room! I have one of these in my kitchen.















College students will love these! Their rooms will smell great and mom and dad can sleep at knowing there's no danger. Also, what better way to show your school support.








These are the regular sized ones. Perfect for a table, shelf, or wherever you'd like to place one. They're not too big and not too small. Just perfect.






And for anyone who needs a gift for a child, you can order these! Fun to put in a child's room for a fresh, clean scent!




I love my Scentsy. And I'm excited about giving them for Christmas gifts. Please go Here--Julie Moniot's website to order.

They have so many scents to choose from. I love orange so I got the Tropical one. They all smell great. It was hard to make a decision. But you can always order more and try more. I know I'm going to.


Lindi Peterson
Happy Endings Are Just The Beginning


Have a happy Thanksgiving Everyone! And thank you for reading our blog. We are very thankful for all the friends we've met here! God Bless!!!

6 comments:

  1. Lindi, when I was at a retreat last year, a woman who sells this brought one and hooked it up in the restroom. It was wonderful! I love the idea of something that doesn't have a flame.

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  2. Missy, they do smell so good. Did you see a Duke one? I'll have to go and look.

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  3. Your welcome, Christy. They are really great.

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  4. Lindi, they do have it! I'm going to see if Nick might be interested. Will maybe do a little secret investigating--and ask his girlfriend. :)

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  5. I really like that plug in scentsy. Bathrooms are difficult places to have candles because they're so compact. Neat idea.
    Angie

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