The first candle I tried was the Watermelon Wedge. It had a nice watermelon scent with hints of peaches, bananas, and ripe melons. I next tried my candle in the Tropical Retreat scent. It had a nice Caribbean scent with a hint of green bananas, coconuts, oranges, and grapefruits. These are perfect scents for those like me who love tropical/fruity scents. Since I'm quite impatient, I used the marker stickers on the sides of the jars to my advantage because they tell you exactly where the ring is at in the candle, so I was able to pull out my rings quite easily with a pair of tweezers actually before the foil packages started showing. The ring that I found in the Watermelon Wedge candle was absolutely gorgeous although it's more than likely a $10 ring. The ring that I found in the Tropical Retreat candle was gorgeous as well but I believe it's only about a $10 ring as well. One of the rings was apparently a size 7 because it fit me perfectly but the other ring was probably an 8-9 because it was quite big. The only downfall to Diamond Candles is that you don't know the size of the ring you'll be getting in your candle so you may or may not even be able to wear it without getting it adjusted first and if you have one of the cheaper rings, it may not even be worth paying to have it adjusted to fit you. In my opinion, Diamond Candles are too expensive to buy just to take the chance that you might find an expensive ring. They would make a fun gift though because almost everyone likes surprises. On the upside though, my mom will probably be able to wear the ring of mine that didn't fit me and I'll still be left with some great smelling candles.
Disclosure: I was not asked by Diamond Candles to do this review. I purchased these on my own via House Party. All opinions expressed are my own.