Why are there different temperatures?

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    Avatark1959
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    I was wondering why you do 3 different temperatures, does it really make that much difference? Would that mean that 58 degrees will burn some skin?

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    adminadmin
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    Hi K1959,

    Firstly everyone’s response to hot liquids is different so please take this as a guide and ensure that you test with just a small amount first.

    As strange as it may seem, there are no standards for WaxPlay candles, so Nightmare in Wax uses the American Burns Association guidelines and does not produce a candle above 60°C, in fact our hottest candles are the ‘Wasabi’ candles with a wax melting point of 58°C

    To address the personal differences in how individuals respond to heat, Nightmare in Wax also produces a standard temperature candle with a wax melting point of 52°C and a low temperature candle with a melting point of 48°C.

    Though we cant possibly cover the needs of every individual, Nightmare in Wax tries to produce candles for use in WaxPlay for the majority of you.

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