Jean Mason
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  • Albuquerque, NM
  • United States
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Jean Mason replied to Desert DiVA's discussion "What is it exactly that you do?" in the group StartUp
"I am hoping that it is okay that I "liked" this group! My name is Jean Mason and I am a Scentsy Representative. Scentsy is a fire/lead/ash/soot free candle, that is safe for everyone. We have over 80 different scents and 30 different…"
Apr 12, 2011
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Where I Live:
Coors Bypass
About Me:
I am a stay at home mother to two wonderful little girls and a full time student with dreams of law school! In my spare time I sell Scentsy Wickless Candles. They are flame, soot, and lead free candles that come over 80 scents and a varity of decorative warmers! Scentsy also has an abundance of other items! I throw at least two parties a month, check back for news on the next party!
Favorite Thing(s) About Albuquerque:
The Mountains, Spring breeze, Blue Skies, Open Spaces
My Website:
What I'm Reading:
The Year of Living Bibically - A.J. Jacobs
Faster: The Acceleration of Just About Everything - James Gleick

A little bit About Scentsy

Scentsy Candles are a Unique Candle Warming system that uses a 25 watt bulb to warm the wax slowly into a pool of melted wax that maximizes the strength and life of the scent. Scentsy Candle bars last up to 80 hours and will never release the harmful chemicals that you can find in regular jarred candles.

They make beautiful and functional home decorations and gifts! Scentsy is wonderful for a unique fundraiser! Scentsy also provides many other products including car supplies, stuffed animals (my favorite), anti-bacterial foams, and room sprays!

Look on my webpage for monthly specials, these warmers and scents are only avaliable during the month they are shown and are 10% off!

Warmer Was - $30.00 Now - $27.00
Scent Circle Was - $3.00 Now - $2.70
Scentsy Bar Was - $5.00 Now - $4.50
Room Spray Was - $8.00 Now - $7.20
Scentsy Brick Was - $20.00 Now - $18.00

Don't just stop at a wonderful smelling home though... Scentsy offers Scent Circles for cars. Travel tins for lockers, gym bags, closets (where ever you need it!), and room sprays for a quick burst of something delicious!

Scentsy offers three different sizes of warmers Plug-Ins (for small spaces), Mid-Size warmers (for larger rooms), and Full-Size warmers (for whole houses)!

Contact me for information on fundraising or throwing a party! (Great compensation plans for parties and free gifts for throwing parties!)

Scentsy is an easy, supportive, and very philanthropic company that is always looking for new sales associates!

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At 5:44pm on March 27, 2011, Jean Mason said…

I hope to see you all at the Sandia Resort and Casino in support of the Cleaning for a Reason on April 9th, as well as the "A Park Above": Bring on the Park! at Haynes Park on May 7th!!


Free Gifts for Hosting Parties! Please contact me for more information. =]


10% off of all Scent and Warmer of the Month items! =] 


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