Free of soy, fragrance and fragrance oils.
When beeswax candles burn, they clean the air like a great, natural, air purifier. Just like lightening and a rainstorm, beeswax produces negative ions when burned. These negative ions attach to positive ions (like dust, pollen, mold, odor, toxins) floating in the air and in this process cleans the air. The ions in the air can affect our mood, energy and health. Beeswax candle fuel is the only fuel that actually produces negative ions, which not only helps remove pollution from the air but increases the ratio of negative ions to positive ions, the ideal and necessary criteria for clean air.
*READ BELOW FOR LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS*
CITRUS SPICE 🍂🎃 Smells like pumpkin spice!
Warm blend of citrus and spiced essential oils for a delicious fall fragrant aroma to fill your home and cleanse the air.
Ingredients: Coconut Wax, Beeswax, Orange, Nutmeg, Cinnamon Oil, Clove Oil, Organic Clove Powder, Orange Peel
BUG OFF 🦟
Formulated to keep away mosquitos and gnats for your outdoor adventures. Use on your outdoor dining table and fishing boat. Safe around food.
Ingredients: Coconut Wax, Beeswax, Peppermint, Citronella, Lavender, Organic Mint Leaves
Calming blend of lavender and sandalwood for a relaxing and warm aroma.
Ingredients: Coconut Wax, Beeswax, Lavender, Sandalwood, Lavender Sprigs
MINT & EUCALYPTUS
Fresh blend of eucalyptus and peppermint essential oils to cleanse the air leaving your home and environment clean and light.
Ingredients: Coconut Wax, Beeswax, Peppermint, Eucalyptus, Organic Mint Leaves
LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS -
The first time wood wick burn may be a little finicky. To avoid this, hold the lighter on the wick moving back and forth until the entire wick is lit. Standby for about 3 minutes and relight immediately if the flame extinguishes. Our goal here is to get the wax to melt and provide a consistent stream up the wick to the flame. Once it stays lit, always allow the candle to burn long enough so the wax melts all the way to the edge of the jar. This will avoid funneling. After the first burn, lighting should be a breeze, there is just sometimes difficulty initiating capillary action of the wax into the wick of a new candle.
If your candle funnels at any point and the candle keeps putting itself out, or you need to fix the funneling - take a spoon or something similar and scoop some wax out so that the wax near the base of the wick is slightly higher than the wax at the edge of the jar. You can save the wax and either use it in a wax melter or slowly add it back to the candle once it is burning well again.
If the funneling is very minor, wrap aluminum foil around the edges of the jar and let it burn until funneling is fixed.