Bayou Witchery Supplies from the Swamp Witch
  • Soy - Hanky Panky Seduction Conjure Candle


    ‘Hanky Panky’ - Soy Candle

    Hanky Panky is, quite possibly, our most requested candle (and body product) as part of our Conjure-in-a-Can line.

    It’s fun, flirtatious, and guaranteed to get your sexual mojo movin’!

    Need to spice up that waning sex drive? How about rekindling a non-existent sex life? Need something to use when you have a Mr. (or Mrs) Right on your mind that you are just dying to have some alone time with?!

    Get ready for some wild jungle sex!

    Things to know about our soy Conjure-in-a-Can container candles:

    •  All containers are 4oz - which will give you approximately 35-45 hours of burn time*

    • ·         Burn times are approximate. Proper burning of soy candle is listed below.

    • ·         100% All-Natural, Cruelty-Free Soy Candles

    • ·         Blended with some of the highest quality botanicals, herbs and our own personal oils

    • ·         Colors will very – no two batches ever come out quite the same. Colors can range from pale pink to deep, dark red.    

    • ·         Soy candles can often ‘frost’ or turn white around the edges. This is common and does not affect the burning or the fragrance of your candle at all.

    • ·         Blend is also available in a soy melting tart for cube style warmers.


    >> How to Burn Soy Container Candles - You do NOT burn a soy candle like you would a paraffin candle. Soy wax candles in containers are meant to be burned until a large wax pool forms, then extinguish. Give the wax time to reharden. Once it has hardened, you can repeat the process. Burning a soy candle in this manner will give you the maximum burn time, with the best fragrance throw. It will often increase the life of the candle, as well.  Burn times will be approximate. 


    >>  Also – please understand that soy container candles are NOT meant to be burned non-stop, or for hours on end. Extended periods of burn time can superheat the container/tin and become a fire hazard! ALWAYS burn soy containers on a heat-proof surface to avoid damaging tables, etc. Be sure to trim the pig-tail wick, BEFORE lighting!