Soy Wax All Seasons CocoSoy A05

(6 customer reviews)


A05 CocoSoy is the first ready-to-use flaked coconut/soy blend on the market. If you are looking for something a little different, we know you’ll love CocoSoy!

SKU: 01845-15


All Seasons Wax A05 CocoSoy

With our A05 Superior CocoSoy, this particular wax was designed to achieve reliable results even in cooler climates – with superior container adhesion, resisting shrinkage and frosting. Our Superior CocoSoy A05 has a beautiful and natural creamy soy finish and is formulated to retain a smooth and even surface, the coconut wax component gives it a showroom look.

Manufacturer: All Seasons Wax Company Direct from factory: Yes GMM Free: Yes
Fragrance Load: 8 – 10% Fragrance Temp: 65-75°C Pour Temp: 45°C – 65°C
Melt Point: 47.5°C Form: Flakes Uses: Container candles, tarts, melts

Melt the wax to the suggested fragrance temperature before adding your fragrance. Stir fragrance for at least 2 minutes and allow the wax to cool to the recommended pour temperature.


All Seasons Wax are proud to have a policy on environmental sustainability, that filters up the supply chain to the farmers and the producers of their raw materials ensuring that their suppliers have environmental policies that align with theres. They are also a certified member of the RSPO organisation and the soybeans are sourced from one of the largest, high profile agricultural producers in Brazil. All of the boxes are made from recycled materials helping to reduce the environmental impact.


Superior CocoSoy A05 is the result of a 12 month laboratory trialling period where ASWC explored different waxes and hundreds of different blend ratios to achieve a container wax which has outstanding hot and cold scent throw and performs consistently in adverse conditions – as well as the 3 month, interactive testing period where ASWC distributed wax around the world to receive real life feedback.

The Superior CocoSoy A05 has/is:

  • The first flaked CocoSoy wax on the market
  • Fantastic container adhesion which is resistant to frosting
  • Anti-shrink properties
  • An even wall-to-wall burn pool
  • A high fragrance tolerance of 8-10%
  • Fantastic oil absorption resulting in amazing hot and cold scent throw
  • A beautiful, creamy soy finish which remains firm.

The magic of candle making is in your own testing. Finding which blends, wicks, jars, temperatures, percentages and fragrances yield the best results for you – we encourage you to undertake many different tests and trials to achieve your perfect candle recipe’.

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Technical Information

Melt Point: Peak melting temperature 47.5°C
Congealing Point: Congealing temperature 43°C
Suggested Heating Range: Range of heating 65 – 75°C
Suggested Pouring Range: Pouring range 45°C – 65°C
Suggested Max Fragrance Load: 8-10% – this depends on the potency of the fragrance so testing is required.

Contents: Made up primarily of natural soy bean and blended Coconut wax, the A05 also contains a natural, plant-based emulsifier which assists the candle setting smoothly.
Please note these figures are a recommendation and not instructions. If you are having difficulties achieving desired results, we recommend testing with different fragrance oils at different temperatures.

Our recommendation

Superior CocoSoy A05 is perfect for candle makers of all experience levels – it has an amazing creamy soy finish, fantastic wall adhesion resulting in an amazing finished candle. The Superior CocoSoy A05 is relatively easy to work with – and ready to go on any high-end retail shelf.


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Glossary and detailed pouring notes

Fragrance Load (FL): This is the percentage of fragrance that can be added to the wax. Learn more here.

Fragrance Temperature: The recommended temperature you should heat the wax to before adding your fragrance. Exceeding this temperature can damage the fragrance.

Melt Point: The point at which the solid wax will melt, the lower the melt point the longer your candle will burn. This is also useful to know if you plan to transport or display your candles in a hot environment.

Pour Temperature: The recommended temperature for pouring your wax (and fragrance) into the candle jar.

If difficulties are experienced with your pour temperatures, try a lower or higher temperature in increments of 2°C.

Pour temperatures should be checked and confirmed according to seasonal changes.

Additional information

Weight 15.8 kg
Dimensions 46 × 31 × 29 cm


  1. Bridgette

    Really enjoying this wax – still playing with pour temperatures on some fragrances to get that smooth top, but nothing a heat gun can’t fix when necessary. Scent throw is fantastic and they have a beautiful finish, with no frosting. Will be switching to this for all my container candles that’s for sure, love it.

  2. Leigh

    Love this wax. My favourite so far

  3. Charis Connolly

    I LOVE CocoSoy! I started out 7 years ago making candles with 464 and now this IS the one I am hooked on! Cannot praise it enough. Amazing hot and cold throw. Nice play on words when describing it at markets etc. It can melt a little at markets on hot days-but set again quite nicely.

  4. Stephanie Anderson

    Not a fan of this wax. Every candle I’ve made has had a frosted finish that I’ve had to fix.
    Ive tried pouring at lower temps and stirring slowly but it has not made a difference.
    It does have a good scent throw though.

  5. Pamela

    I enjoy using this wax and have found that heating it to 65 deg and adding scent, then waiting to 50 deg to pour works best. Good hot and cold throw and works well with most scents I’ve tried it with.

  6. kathyheath47

    I love the smooth finish of this wax, but unfortunately all of mine have sweated, some quite alot. I have tried everything. The only other thing I can think of is that I have it stored in the garage and with the hot and cold temperatures of the seasons, it may have sweated in the bag? But it looks fine. I have also had the same issue with 464, so could be the same reason…? I also found that it frosted. Its a shame because I really wanted to use this wax. Its so beautiful and creamy otherwise.

    • Brian Simpson

      Hi Kathy, there’s a number of things that can cause sweating…it’s unlikely to be the wax itself…esp as you have observed sweating with 2 different waxes now. Feel free to chat with us about potential solutions. The Cocosoy is a lovely wax once you master it.

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