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These premium unscented incense sticks are made from a thin bamboo stick coated with ground bamboo called Punk. Using these sticks one can express their creativity and easily make their own scented incense sticks for personal use or to sell for profit. We carry all the necessary ingredients to make them including Dipropylene Glycol LO as well as an extensive number of Essential Oils and all your favorite Fragrance Oils.
Aromatherapy Unscented Incense Sticks
Made of Natural Bamboo
How to Make Incense Sticks:
Incense sticks are an excellent addition to your product line due to their simplicity in production and a wide array of captivating scents available at Voyageur Soap and Candle.
Ingredients and Tools:
Dipropylene Glycol (DPG) - 28g or 1oz
Essential Oil or Fragrance of choice - 14g or 0.5oz
Up to 50 unscented incense sticks
Rack for drying
Explanation of DPG:
DPG minimizes black smoke from burning incense sticks and helps infuse the fragrance into them.
Lay out unscented incense sticks on a large piece of aluminum foil.
Mix the DPG and Scent Combination together in glass measuring cup for ease of washing or mixing vessel of your choice.
Pour the mixture evenly over the Punk part of the incense sticks, ensuring they are fully coated.
Wrap the sticks tightly with aluminum foil to allow the scent mixture to fully impregnate the Punk.
Allow the wrapped sticks to soak for at least 48 hours within your aluminum foil to fully absorb the scent mixture.
48 Hours Later:
Unwrap the incense sticks that have been soaking for the past 48 hours.
Place a rack on a baking tray and lay out the sticks to dry evenly.
The final product needs 2 days to 1 week to fully dry, depending on humidity and whether essential oil or fragrance used. Essential oils will dry faster.
If your work area has high humidity you can use a dehumidifier to expedite the drying process.
Once fully dried the incense sticks are ready to package for resale or gift giving and are ready for use.
Here's a guide on how to use incense sticks:
Ensure you have a suitable incense holder or burner. This can be a designated incense holder, a bowl filled with sand, or any fire-resistant surface.
Insert the uncoated end of the incense stick into the holder, ensuring it stands upright and is secure.
Lighting the Incense:
Use a lighter or a match to ignite the coated end of the incense stick. Allow it to flame for a moment, then gently blow out the flame, leaving a
Enjoy the Fragrance:
As the incense stick smolders, it releases aromatic smoke. Enjoy the pleasant fragrance that fills the air.
Never leave burning incense unattended.
Keep it away from flammable materials and out of the reach of children and pets.
Ensure proper ventilation in the room.
Place the incense holder on a stable surface.
To extinguish the incense, gently tap the burning end on the holder or use a designated snuffer. Make sure the ember is completely out.
Store unused incense sticks in a cool, dry place to preserve their fragrance.
Variety of Uses:
Use incense sticks for relaxation, meditation, or to create a pleasant atmosphere in your home.
Experiment with different scents to find the ones that suit your preferences.