Pure beeswax tealights-100% pure organic beeswax tealights-beeswax tealights-6 12 24 36 or 48 pure natural beeswax tealights:
For just $12.00
I love getting back to basics and I love these all natural 100% pure Beeswax Tea-lights and votives. It’s pure Georgia beeswax with nothing added.
They come in packs of 6, 12, 24, 36 and 48.
Organic Beeswax Candles are pure, natural, and environmentally friendly. The ambience you seek will be enhanced by the soft amber glow and naturally mild honey scent.
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.
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.
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.
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”, using the scented shell as a hurricane lamp. Make sure to always burn it away from drafts or it won’t burn evenly.
Beeswax releases negative ions when it burns. Pollen, dust, dirt, pollutants, and any other junk in the air all carry a positive charge, and that is how they can be suspended in the air. The negative ions released from burning beeswax negate the positive charge of air contaminants, and the neutralized ions are sucked back into …