05.16.12

Rumor has it. . .

Posted in Uncategorized at 2:48 pm by Administrator

I just got wind of an UNCONFIRMED bit of information. Several small family ear candles businesses are merging into ONE BIG EAR CANDLE COMPANY.

Why is this good news? Well the Ear Candle Lady knows most of the owners of these smaller companies. If they merge, I would assume the quality, speed and customer service will remain in tact. That’s a good thing these days when so many businesses are closing due to the economy.

They MIGHT, however choose to raise prices to cover the cost of the merger. SOOOO, it’s my suggestion you get over to the “alleged” small businesses and purchase you ear candles ASAP before prices go up!!!

Rumored business include (not limited to, however): Missouri Scents, Amish Ear Candles, ZZ Ear Candles and Jamesport Candles (they don’t have a website). I’ll post more info as I hear about it.

In the mean time, you should go and purchase quickly before prices go up!!!

05.08.12

Warm Weather Ear Candling

Posted in Ear Candle Company Reviews, SALES- COUPONS- SPECIALS!!!, Things to know when BUYING Ear Candles at 1:02 pm by Administrator

CheapEarCandles.com

4 packs for $5.25

Just a quick tip on candling during the Summer months or warm weather locations. When you get your ear candles home (or the post office leaves them at your door) make sure you put your package in the fridge for around 15-20 minutes BEFORE you open the package. This way the candles can cool and reset before you pick them up.

Oh, before I forget: I’ve mentioned this site before, but it bears mention again. CheapEarCandles.com . They carry 4 packs of premium quality paraffin ear candles for $5.25 each. If you need bulk ear candles you can get them as low as $.59 cents. I’ve ordered these candles before and they are very good.

I remember one fella who called a while back about his ear candles which the post office left on his porch. He’d gone out of town for the weekend and the package was outside, in the Florida heat, for 4 days. When he opened the box, his candles were a puddled mess of fabric strips and wax! This guy wanted to know if there was anyway to fix the candles. Sorry, but at that point it’s no use. The company wasn’t responsible for his “vacation” and he wasn’t responsible for what the post office did, HOWEVER, if he had purchased insurance on his package, the post office would have issued him a refund. Funny how that works. . . .

I also know of a Spa in Cancun that keeps their ear candles in the fridge year round.  They report the customers love the “coolness” of the candle during the heat of the day.

If you’re nervous about refrigerating your ear candles (in case someone mistakes them for cheese sticks-lol) just leave your package in the air conditioning for about 1/2 hour to cool before opening the box.

Paraffin candles hold up a little better in the heat than beeswax or soy, btw.

Remember to check out CheapEarCandles.com or go to my recommended company page to find other businesses that offer quality products, fast shipping and great prices.

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