100% Pure beeswax Pillar Candle 2" width-…

100% Pure beeswax Pillar Candle 2" width-up to 15" tall-scented or unscented-organic beeswax pillar candle-pure beeswax candle for just $9.99
**Organic Pure Beeswax Candles**
This beautiful 100% beeswax pillar candle will add an amber glow to any setting, inside or out. Imagine your dining room or patio bathed in the light of these romantic beeswax candles.
All are 100% Organic Beeswax.

They measure 2" in diameter and are from 3"-15"in height. Please choose scent & height from drop,down menu.

Organic Beeswax Candles are pure, natural, and environmentally friendly. The ambience you seek will be enhanced by the soft amber glow and I like just the the natural beeswax scent.
But if you’re interested in other scents, I’ve found some very delicious scents that go great with my non-toxic, 100% Pure Beewax.

The organic beeswax I use is from a small bee farm right here in Georgia, just two hours from my home.
My handpoured candles are 100% natural. While I add no artificial dyes or perfumes (which could cause harmful allergic reactions) the golden wax has a natural, light honey scent. Beeswax candles are drip-less, and have a high temperature melting point, so very little smoke and soot are produced.

Most candles don’t actually freshen or deodorize anything, they just mask smells with chemicals stronger and dangerous to our health. Beeswax is a safe alternative to most candle wax, which can be harmful to your health because of petroleum, stearic acid, or synthetic oils. Beeswax candles bring a homey glow to any room and brighten up a space instantly.
A candle only has to contain 51 percent beeswax to be labeled a “beeswax candle”, so don’t be fooled by clever marketing. Because my candles are 100 percent beeswax, you can be sure you are getting the highest quality candles available and enjoying all the benefits that these wonderful candles provide.

**When honey bees make their wax, it’s actually an off-white color, and the beautiful golden hue and scent in our candles comes from the honey, nectar and pollen which get mixed in during the honey harvest and processing, talk about completely natural scent and color .. MmmMmmmm, take time to smell the flowers ; )

Trim the all cotton wick to 1/8-¼ inch EVERY TIME you light it. Then let it burn 4-5+ hours at a time, until the melt pool nears within ¼-½ inch of the edge. Once it has burned down about an inch, hug that crust inward gently to ensure that your candle burns all the way down with no waste.
Light wick at base to melt wax before removing flame. Extinguish the wick by pressing it into the melted wax to coat it for the next lighting. When putting out the flame simply dip the wick into the pool of wax to extinguish. This coats the wick with wax and aids in lighting the candle for next time.

The candle is engineered to burn down into itself consuming all of the wax when burned properly. You can also burn it so that it makes a “tunnel”, usin…