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by on Sep.01, 2010, under Uncategorized

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Distributors wanted!

by on Oct.18, 2009, under Retail Outlets

We are looking for distributors with outlets to sell our soaps and candles. You could have a physical outlet or an online store or just starting out wondering what business to get into. Just let us know, we can work something out within your budget.

Thinking of expanding your product line? If you are into natural products concept, these are the  best products to complement your existing products. Best thing is, all our candles and soaps are locally made.

Give us a call and see if we could help you.

e-mail          :   oatztrading@yahoo.com

tel                  :   012-539 8126

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Candles as Door Gifts

by on Jul.14, 2009, under Oatz Candles

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Looking for a special door gift or personalized gifts for your wedding or party?

We can customise wedding or party door gifts according to your budget.

If you have a special shape that you would like us to make, just call and ask us how.

E-mail us at: oatztrading@yahoo.com. Or Call: 012-5398126.


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Where to get the produts?

by on Sep.11, 2014, under Contact

Please email to : oatztrading@yahoo.com or call 012-5398126 or 0195778126 for more details.

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Handmade Soaps

by on Jan.05, 2012, under Handmade soaps

( Retail Price: RM 18 per bar, 4 pcs for RM60)

Nutmeg

Nutmeg soap can help to get rid of blackheads, reduce inflammation of pimples and fade acne scars, all for acne relief. It also can improve the appearance, stimulates circulation, ease the pain and reduce inflammation of skin. Some of the aromatic benefits of Nutmeg are rejuvenating, uplifting, energizing.

Net weight: (+/- 100gm)

Lemongrass

Refreshing and uplifting with a hint of hot spicy piquant aroma giving a warming and stimulating effect,
Lemongrass soap is able to open clogged pores, so it is good for people who have acne problems and oily skin. It is also useful to overcome excessive sweating. Some of the aromatic benefits of Lemongrass are cleansing, invigorating and vitalizing.

Net weight: (+/- 100gm)

Star Anise

Star Anise has a fresh, sweet, licorice scent.  It is also known as a fisherman’s & hunter’s soap.  Fish seem to be attracted to this scent.  It is also believed that Anise masks the human scent making it a great soap for both fisherman and hunters to use.  Anise also has antibacterial properties, which makes it great kitchen soap as well.  The aromatic benefits of Anise oil are, warming, relaxing and energizing.

Net weight: (+/- 100gm)

Cinnamon

A warm spicy aroma to lift the spirits, help to relieves stress and relax as well as decrease any kind of soreness and bruises. The glycerin moisturizes whereas the cinnamon pieces on the soap helps to cleanse thoroughly and exfoliate. The aromatic benefits are refreshing, uplifting and stimulating.

Note: If you are allergic to cinnamon, then do not use the soap.

Net weight: (+/- 100gm)

Tea tree

The healing properties of tea tree are well known.  Tea tree soap is very popular among men. It has a clean, antiseptically scent as it often recommended for problem skin.  It’s especially helpful against acne.  Tea tree’s anti-fungal and anti-bacterial qualities are helpful to rid dandruff and athletes foot. Aromatherapy benefits of Tea Tree are cleansing, cooling, energizing, and stimulating.

Net weight: (+/- 100gm)

Lavender

It is a great way to enjoy the wonderful scent of lavender while you cleanse as it has a fresh, sweet floral scent.  Made with Lavandin essential oil will leave your skin feeling soft, smooth and healthy. Soften skin and seals in moisture. The aromatic benefits are calming, relaxing, soothing and relieving stress.

Net weight: (+/- 100gm)

Clove

Clove soap is a favorite among people who loves spicy soaps and makes a wonderful man’s soap.  Clove is known to be a natural insect repellant as well as having anti-viral and anti-fungal properties.  Clove has been used to treat various skin conditions including acne. It can be used naturally to heal the skin and treat bug bites and infections. Those suffering from athlete’s foot often use clove soap for their feet.

Net weight: (+/- 100gm)

Peppermint

As the peppermint essential oil tingles the body and clears the mind. Peppermint soap acts as a refreshing skin tonic and cools down inflammation cause by skin blemishes and acne.

Net weight: (+/- 100gm)

Fir Needle

This essential oil is a traditional pine scent. It is a smooth, fresh, evergreen aroma that is refreshing and harmonizing.

Net weight: (+/- 100gm)

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Promotion…

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Our Essentail Oils

by on Nov.30, 2011, under Essential Oil

Bergamot Oil (Citrus bergamia)

Aromatic Description: Fresh, orange/lemon/citrusy, slightly floral.

Bergamot Oil Uses: Acne, abscesses, anxiety, boils?cold sores, cystitis, depression, halitosis, itching, loss of appetite, oily skin, psoriasis, stress.

Safety Information: Bergamot Oil is phototoxic. Do not use if the area of application will be exposed to sunlight for 24 hours due to its phototoxicity.

Petitgrain Oil (Citrus aurantium)

Aromatic Description: Fresh, woody, and slightly floral.

Though distilled from the same botanical species as neroli and bitter orange, Petitgrain Essential Oil possesses its own characteristically unique aroma. Petitgrain Essential Oil is distilled from the leaves and sometimes the twigs and branches of the tree whereas neroli essential oil is distilled from the blossoms and Orange Essential Oil is typically cold pressed from the rinds of the fruits.

Petitgrain Oil Uses: Acne, fatigue, oily skin, stress.

Safety Information: Unlike many other citrus oils, Petitrain Oil is not considered phototoxic. It does not indicate any special precautions when using Petitgrain Oil.

Fir Needle Oil (Abies alba)

Aromatic Description: Fresh, woody, earthy, sweet.

Fir Needle Oil Uses: Arthritis, bronchitis, colds, coughs, flu, muscle aches, rheumatism, sinusitis.

Safety Information: Fir Needle Oil is a possible skin irritation depending on true plant species.

Ginger Oil (Zingiber officinale)

Aromatic Description: Warm, spicy, earthy, woody.

Ginger Oil Uses: Aching muscles, arthritis, nausea, poor circulation.

Safety Information: Ginger Oil is slightly phototoxic. Do not use if the area of application will be exposed to sunlight for 24 hours due to its phototoxicity.

Mandarin Oil (Citrus reticulate)

Mandarin Essential Oil is a favorite of children and parents. Of all the citrus oils, Mandarin Oil is the sweetest and tends to be the most calming. If desiring to use a citrus oil in the evenings before bed or with children, Mandarin Essential Oil is usually the best choice.

Aromatic Description: Very sweet, citrusy, fruity.

Mandarin Oil Uses: Acne, dull skin, insomnia, oily skin, scars, spots, stress, wrinkles

Safety Information: It does not indicate any special precautions when using Mandarin Oil. It may be prudent to treat Mandarin Essential Oil as a phototoxic oil.

Peppermint Oil (Mentha piperita)

Peppermint Essential Oil contains menthol. Menthol induces a cooling sensation, and use of Peppermint Oil in a body mist or even in the diffuser can help to cool you down. Emotionally, Peppermint Oil is stimulating and is a good choice for inclusion in blends intended to help enhance alertness and stamina. Peppermint should be avoided before bedtime.

Aromatic Description: Minty, reminiscent of peppermint candies, but more concentrated. More fragrant than spearmint.

Peppermint Oil Uses: Asthma, colic, exhaustion, fever, flatulence, headache, nausea, scabies, sinusitis, vertigo.

Safety Information: Avoid Peppermint Oil in cardiac fibrillation, epilepsy, fever. Peppermint Oil is a mucous membrane irritant and neurotoxic (toxic to the nerves). Some of this information applies to oral use, but is provided for informational purposes (no essential oil should be taken internally without the guidance of a qualified aromatherapy practitioner). May cause sensitization.

Cedarwood Oil (Cedrus atlantica)

Aromatic Description: Woody and sweet. The aroma is reminiscent of artificial mothballs.

Cedarwood oil Uses: Acne, arthritis, bronchitis, coughing, cystitis, dandruff, dermatitis, stress. Cedarwood essential oil is antiseptic, astringent, anti-bacterial, a stimulant to the skin and circulatory system, sedative and an aphrodisiac.  In aromatherapy, it is useful in the treatment of eczema, dry skin, dandruff, fluid retention, nervous tension, arthritis, rheumatism, cystitis and asthma.

Safety Information: It should not be used in pregnancy or with young children, due to its toxicity.

Lavandin Oil (Lavandula hyrida)

Aromatic Description: Fresh, sweet, floral, more herbaceous than lavender.

Lavendin Oil Uses: Abscesses, asthma, blisters, boils, burns, cuts, cystitis, dry skin, dull skin, eczema, fatigue, insect bites, irritated skin, lice, muscle aches, scabies, shock, sores, sprains, strains, vertigo, wounds.

Safety Information: Avoid in pregnancy, epilepsy and fever because of camphor content in Lavandin oil.

Clove Oil ( Eugenia caryophyllata)

Aromatic Description: Spicy, warming yet slightly bitter, woody, reminiscent of true clove buds, but richer.

Clove Oil Uses: Arthritis, asthma, bronchitis, rheumatism, sprains, strains, toothache.

Safety Information: Clove oil is a mucous membrane and dermal irritant. Avoid Clove oil in alcoholism, in haemophilia, in prostatic cancer, with kidney and liver problems and if taking anticoagulants.

Citronella Oil (Cymbopogon nardus)

Aromatic Description: Citrusy, slightly fruity, fresh, sweet.

Citronella Oil Uses: Excessive perspiration, fatigue, headache, insect repellant, oily skin.

Safety Information: Citronella oil may cause possible sensitization, avoid Citronella oil during pregnancy.

Tea Tree Oil (Melaleuca alternifolia)

Aromatic Description: Tea Tree oil is medicinal, fresh, woody, earthy, and herbaceous.

Tea Tree Oil Uses: Acne, athlete’s foot, candida, chicken pox, cold sores, colds, corns, cuts, flu, insect bites, itching, migraine, oily skin, ringworm, sinusitis, sores, spots, arthritis, warts, whooping cough.

Safety Information: Tea Tree oil may cause sensitization in some. It does not indicate any special precautions when using Tea Tree oil.

Nutmeg Oil (Myristica fragrans)

Aromatic Description: Rich, spicy, sweet, woody. Similar to the cooking spice, but richer and more fragrant.

Nutmeg Oil Uses: Arthritis, constipation, fatigue, muscle aches, nausea, neuralgia, poor circulation, rheumatism, slow digestion.

Safety Information: If used in large amounts, Nutmeg oil can cause toxic symptoms such as nausea and tachycardia. Nutmeg oil is a possible oral toxin (no essential oil should be taken internally without the guidance of a qualified aromatherapy practitioner), possible psychotropic (may affect behavior) and possible carcinogen.

Cinnamon Oil (Cinnamomum zeylanicum)

Aromatic Description: Much richer in aroma than ground cinnamon. Cinnamon essential oil is peppery, earthy, spicy, bright yet slightly woodsy. Oil distilled from the bark of the cinnamon tree is preferred over the oil distilled from the leaves. Cinnamon bark essential oil, however, tends to be much more costly.

Cinnamon Oil Uses: Constipation, exhaustion, flatulence, lice, low blood pressure, rheumatism, scabies, stress.

Safety Information: Cinnamon oil is a mucous membrane irritant and strong skin sensitizer. Avoid in alcoholism, in haemophilia, in prostatic cancer, with kidney and liver problems and if taking anticoagulants.

Lemongrass Oil (Cymbopogon citratus)

Aromatic Description: Fresh, lemony, earthy.

Lemongrass Oil Uses: Acne, athlete’s foot, excessive perspiration, flatulence, insect repellent, muscle aches, oily skin, scabies, stress.

Safety Information: Avoid lemongrass oil in glaucoma and with children. Use caution in prostatic hyperplasia and with skin hypersensitivity or damaged skin.

Pine Oil (Pinus nigra)

Aromatic Description: Fresh, woody, earthy, balsamic

Pine Oil Uses: Colds, coughing, flu, rheumatism, sinusitis, antibacterial, analgesic, diuretic, energizing, antiseptic and aromatic properties.

Safety Information: Pine oil may cause sensitization.


Star Anise Oil (Illcium verum)

Aromatic Description: Sharp, anise and licorice-like aroma.

Star Anise Oil Uses: Rheumatism, bronchitis, coughing, colic, indigestion/cramping, colds, flu.

Safety Information: Star Anise oil is narcotic and slows circulation when used in large doses. Slight risk of sensitization. Avoid Star Anise oil in cases of alcoholism, liver disease, paracetamol use, breast-feeding, pregnancy, endometriosis, certain cancers, hyperplasia, and damaged skin and with young children.

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Promotion! Promotion! Big Offer Bin is back!!!

by on Jan.27, 2011, under Promotion

Chinese New Year promotion offer bin is back!

All Candles are Buy 2 Free 1! Exclude Art Candles.

Art Candles 4 pcs for RM10 only.

Tea light 4 packs for only RM10.

Don’t miss out this great offer..

Promotion period till STOCK LAST!


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How to Make Perfume by using essential oils

by on Sep.10, 2010, under Oatz Candles

Articles refer to ” how_4792610_make-perfumes”

How would you like to have your own signature scent that lingers in a room or in the mind of that special someone long after you’ve taken your leave? It is exciting to know that your personal fragrance is unique to you and that no one else will ever be able to go out and buy the same scent. Making your own perfume is easier than you might think. With the right ingredients and a simple formula, you’re well on your way to that one-of-a-kind essence that represents you and only you.

Things You’ll Need:

* Essential oil(s)
* Vodka or pure grain alcohol
* Distilled water
* Perfume bottle
* Coffee filter
1. Choose the right essential oils. You will need some to be your perfume’s base, middle and top “notes.” You will also need an essential oil to act as a bridge or binder for the other three. Perfumes are blended according to a formula that includes three parts or notes. The base note is the strongest and longest lasting, while the top note is the lightest and first to dissipate. When selecting your essential oils, you can use as few or as many as you like, but the use of three separate fragrance layers with a binder is the generally accepted structure for building a perfume. Here’s a partial list of essential oils categorized as binders, base, middle and top notes. Base: cedar, cinnamon, patchouli, sandalwood and vanilla. Middle: clove, geranium, lemongrass, bottle nutmeg, neroli and ylang-ylang. Top: bergamot, lavender, lemon, lime, neroli, rose, jasmine and orchard. Binder: vanilla and lavender.

2.Place 8 drops of your base-note essential oil, followed by 8 drops of your middle note and finally 8 drops of your top note into 2 1/2 oz. vodka. Ultimately, your fragrance should follow the following formula: 15 to 30 percent essential oil, 70 to 80 percent pure grain alcohol (vodka works best) and 5 percent distilled water.

3.Add a few drops of binder oil to the mixture if your selection of essential oils does not already include some.

4.Let the mixture sit for at least 24 hours. The longer the mix stands, the stronger the fragrance will be. Let it stand for as long as you need to in order to achieve the right combined fragrance of the oils.

5. Add 2 tbsp. distilled water to the essential oil-vodka mixture. Mix well.

6. Add a few drops of glycerin as a fixative to help the fragrance last longer. Mix well.

7. Before the mixture can settle, pour it into a perfume bottle through a coffee filter. The filter will act as a strainer for any particulate matter left behind from the oils and extraction process.

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Improve home fengshui with candle deco

by on Aug.16, 2010, under Oatz Candles

Light is a beacon for balancing darkness. Both light and dark are essential in our lives. Recognizing the existence of each is part of the practice of Feng Shui. Every area of the home requires an equal balance of both during the course of a day.

Feng Shui supports the use of light in many forms the most powerful of which is natural light. Nothing can compare to the strength and purity of the light of the sun. Keeping your windows and skylights clean and your sheers, blinds, shutters and drapes clean to remove them but make sure you have a way to pull them back in a purposeful manner and that they are kept clean and in good working condition. Use them to adjust the light in the room to appropriate levels. During the day is important to reaping the benefit of natural light.

HOMES IN DARKNESS

So what happens to areas in the home that have no access to natural light and sit in darkness during the daylight hours? Or homes that have minimal window surface, oddly placed windows, or that reside in areas that have shorter amounts of daylight to warm them or are situated on the land with north facing windows in prominent areas of the Feng Shui floor plan? These would all be considered homes that fall into darkness or that are unbalanced in the area of light and dark.

Homes with unbalanced light need an artificial or alternative source to draw light from. The use of table lamps, overhead lighting, floor lamps, neon lighting, and mirrors to bounce light into far corners are all ways to bring light into a space. Your goal of course is to keep the light evenly distributed throughout the space.

THE USE OF CANDLES

One alternative source of light that is often overlooked is the use of candles. Candles bring with them the need for caution and alertness as they can be misused and cause injury and fire along with the possibility of harming yourself or someone else in the process of their misuse.

Candles usually light the immediate area around them very well but can highlight that area and leave the rest of the room in darkness. Here are some guidelines for using candles as part of your Feng Shui practice:

1. Keep the light level even by using groups of candles or combining them with other light sources. The idea is to balance the light in the room so adjust the light levels as the day progresses.

2. Keep candles cleaned up and wicks trimmed. It is easy to overlook the dripping and melting of candles. Keeping candles in containers can help to alleviate the need to cut them back and keep them trimmed up. If you are not getting a strong flame from the candle it is probably time to replace it with a new one. Flickering or smoking flames are not good Feng Shui.

3. Check the area you have chosen to burn candles in against a Feng Shui bagua or the guidelines of Feng Shui that you follow. Some areas do not respond well to candle burning and will need other cures to balance them out. For instance, candle flames are great in the Fame and Reputation area of the home but not necessarily so in the Creativity sector. The Relationship area and the Wealth area also benefit from candle flames. Check to make sure you are using fire in the correct areas.

4. Consider the color of the candle you are using and the area you will be using it in. Colors correspond to particular areas of the bagua and energy can be enhanced when you burn candles of a particular color.

5. Consider enhancing the candles energy by adding scent to the mix. This may take some investigation to get the color, shape and scent to harmonize with the area you wish to burn it in but well worth the time. Combining or creating layers of energy by mixing color, scent and shape together in the right amounts can add to the energy in a room.

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Candles for room deco

by on Aug.12, 2010, under Oatz Candles

A lot of people use candles for practical reasons, while a lot more others are interested in them as decorations. People believe that a candle symbolizes hope and a brighter future. Whether used in birthday cakes, in church during baptism, on tables during romantic dinners – candles instantly changes the mood of the people around it. The mere light it shines is more beautiful compared to that of an electric bulb.

As decoration, candles are also preferred by many people. The sense of romance and elegance is captivating and can brighten up the dark mood of the people around it.

Here are some ways on how you can decorate living spaces and lift the mood of the people around you at the same time.

1. Flower decorations can be made even more beautiful by adding candles. You can wrap ribbons around the candle and then stick in your flower pot or bundle and you can instantly have elegant decor without having to spend much. Use a colored ribbon that can complement the color of your flowers or the flower or plant pot.

2. Candles can be used at your dining table and not just during romantic dates. The light at the center of your dining table can bring a sense of peace, and if with children around, they can be really festive when they see the candles lit as they know it is not just a simple dinner but that it is a fun celebration.

3. Candles in the living room can balance out all the modern electronic technology and once again bring a sense of ‘homey-ness’ in your living room. Candles can make you feel relaxed and calm your being – making the living room truly ‘live’ once again.

4. Romance and passion will come alive when you place candles in your bedroom as décor. It can open your senses and give a feeling of sensuality once lit and its romantic ambience can truly awaken the senses. At the same time, especially when you are alone, candles can remind you of your favorite spa or massage area and bring you a sense of peace and calm.

5. Candles are more popularly used as decoration during Christmas. You can dress up your candles with ribbons, lace, wreaths, and other Christmas novelties you can think of. If you know how to make your own candles, you can mold them into different designs such as angels, reindeer or a pine tree. At the same time, you can also give candles as gift during Christmas, and on other occasions such as weddings as wedding candle favors.

Candles can be used for religious events and can be equally useful as decorations as well. You just need to have a little creativity and as they are made of wax, you can mold them into different designs that can complement your home. Candles also come in different colors, so you can express yourself and personalize your decor based on your personal preference for colors. Just have fun and know that in every way, candles can help beautify your place.

There are also some other simple steps for you the deco your home:

Step 1

Keep candles away from electrical appliances. Do not place candles directly on electronic devices, like a television set or stereo in your living room. Heat from the candles, even if they are in candle holders, could break down components inside these appliances, and any dripping wax may cause irreparable damage.

Step 2

Store out of reach of pets and children. Since the living room is one of the busiest rooms in the house, there is an increased risk of children and pets knocking over candles placed down at their level. Display candles at higher levels, such as on top of entertainment centers or fireplace mantels, or use decorative wall sconces that accent you living room furniture and keep candles up and out of the way.

Step 3

Use smokeless candles. Purchase candles specially made to emit a minimal amount of smoke or keep candlewicks trimmed to a quarter of an inch to keep them from sputtering or giving off a lot of smoke. Excess smoke discolors paint on your walls and furniture fabrics and damages photographs and electronics.

Step 4

Change with the seasons. Choose candles that celebrate holidays and seasons throughout the year to keep your living room lively and fun. Tropical or fruity scents during the summer and apple and pumpkin pie scents in autumn keep your living room feeling seasonally festive.

Step 5

Make it a family affair. Since your living room is a room that the whole family spends time in, make the decorations in this room a reflection of everyone in the family. Let each member of the family choose a scent for the room, display every family member’s favorite color on a different candle or dress up ordinary candles with glitter appliques, beads and glue as a fun art project with the kids.

Please use caution and common sense when burning candles. Dorm residents usually are not allowed to have candles in their rooms.

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Candles for Feng shui

by on Aug.07, 2010, under Oatz Candles

Articles from ” fengshui.about.com”

How to use of candles for good feng shui?

Are there specific feng shui guidelines for the use of candles? Yes, of course. Candles are the strongest expression of the feng shui elements of Fire in your home (if you do not have a fireplace, of course). As such, there are specific feng shui guidelines that are good to be followed when taking care of the energy of your home.

Being a Fire feng shui element, candles invoke the energy of purification and inspiration, they warm up the energy and help release daily stress.

Candles are best used in the  Feng Shui area of South, Southwest, Northeast and Center. When using candles as feng shui cures, be mindful about their colors, as well as the candle holder material/element.

Another important aspect of the use of candles at home is the health aspect as relating to the quality of indoor air.

After experimenting with many different candles, I recently made the decision not to use paraffin candles indoors. Some research shows that the soot from a paraffin candle contains many of the same toxins that are produced by burning diesel fuel.

As with everything, it is not only the looks, but the energy of any given object, and there are important things to know about candles before making an intelligent choice about using them in your home.

Palm wax candles are the  best candles you can afford; burning a high quality candle in your bed room  for at least 15 min before going to sleep can considerably shift the energy and contribute to a much better sleep.

As for example, a yellow feng shui candle symbolizes the earth and is used in order to achieve harmony in a union or relationship. This means, that for example, if you are looking for a relationship harmonization, you would help that to happen by using a yellow candle.

A red feng shui candle represents the element fire and is used in order to achieve reputation and fame. On the other hand, a white candle can represent and symbolize two different things. First, a white candle symbolizes heaven and represents helpful friends, teachers and goal reaching. And secondly, a white candle can also symbolize a lake and represent joy, kids and the illumination of creativity.

A last important feng shui candle color is the orange and it can be given three different uses. First, it symbolizes a mountain and represents wisdom and peacefulness. A second use an orange feng shui candle can have is in order to achieve wealth and growth, symbolizing the sun. And lastly, an orange candle also represents water and helps improve career and work life in general.

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