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Handmade 100% Australian Beeswax Artisan Handmade Candles, dip dyed to perfection. Each candle is unique due to its handmade quality. Beeswax is sourced from local apiaries, in the pretty Nambucca Valley, NSW. These would look stunning on any dinning table, as cluster or as a pair.
Beeswax candles are 100% bee-made, therefore 100% natural. This makes it a renewable resource too, unlike the petroleum products used to make paraffin candles. They also smell natural, since beeswax picks up the honey and nectar scents found in honeycomb.
Environmentally friendly and safe, non-toxic. Burn very clean with little smoke when trimmed properly as they are not oil-based. 100% beeswax candles are natural, undergoes no chemical processing and biodegradable.
The only candle that emits negative ions to purify, cleanse, improve air quality, and invigorate the body. A natural ionizer!
- Made in Macksville, New South Wales
- 100% Bees wax
- Length 25cm
- Burning time 6 hours each
- Hand twisted and Hand dyed
100% pure Beeswax candles burn with a luminous golden light releasing a delicate natural bush honey aroma and burn evenly for hours. No added EO or artificial scent.
Since it comes directly from bees and is non-toxic, beeswax is completely environmentally friendly and an important ingredient in a range of eco-friendly products. Unlike candles made from other wax, beeswax candles burn brighter and cleaner as they emit negative ions that are known to help purify the air.
Beeswax also smells great when burned without any added chemicals or scents, as it’s naturally aromatic from the honey and flower nectar that’s found in the honeycomb.
Coming from the honeycomb of the honeybee, beeswax is a completely all natural substance straight from Mother Nature. Honeybees consume honey and pollen to produce the wax. It takes about eight pounds of honey to produce just one pound of beeswax.
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