Category: HoneybeeCandle

Set of 4 Honeycomb w/3 honeybees pure beeswax candle-natural beeswax or Vanilla scented-votive beeswax candles-honeycomb beeswax candles:

For just $20.00
I just love these pure beeswax candles. They have a honeycomb pattern with 3 honeybees right in top. They are very unique and long burning. These beeswax candles are unscented other than the sweet smell of honey from the natural beeswax. Or you can choose a Vanilla scent made with all natural Heilala Vanilla from New Zealand. The vanilla mixes with the natural honey scent and the result is subtle sweetness. Like you’ve been baking yummy sugar cookies. Long burning and no drip. This listing is for 4 pure beeswax candles. They are approx 2.5" in diameter and 1" in height. I’m happy to do bulk orders. Message me with what you need and we’ll work it out. They make super cute party favors. My hand poured 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. **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. 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 …