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“We have chosen to fill our hives with honey and wax, thus furnishing mankind with the two noblest of things, which are sweetness and light”. Jonathan Swift

Pure beeswax candles are natures very own air purifiers. They naturally ionise the atmosphere, reducing environmental pollution and therefore improving air quality. The atmosphere contains billions of electrically charged ions, which affect our capacity to absorb and utilise oxygen, hence affecting our health.

Pure beeswax candles emit a constant stream of negative ions which neutralise the positive ions in the atmosphere to which are attached allergens such as dust, pollen, mould, etc. These allergens, now neutralised, fall to the ground causing less affect on our health. The fresh air smell after rain is produced from the same process. A pure beeswax candle is nature’s gift to humanity from the queen bee and her loyal worker bees, working in perfect harmony with nature.

Professionally made pure beeswax candles burn hotter (and brighter) without producing soot. We use cotton braided wicks, ensuring pure beeswax candles are environmentally friendly and effectively carbon-neutral.

Pure, organic beeswax candles are a renewable resource – made from the pollen of flowers, beeswax is the result of bees converting sugars from honey in their special abdominal glands. When burning, pure beeswax candles emit a beautiful light honey aroma, and may help soothe the symptoms of hay fever and other allergies.

The warm amber glow and honey-sweet aroma of a burning pure beeswax candle will beautifully complement any candle-lit dinner, a quiet bathing experience or just some quiet time with or without company. Beeswax candles have traditionally been regarded as superior candles and were afforded only by the privileged royalty and the church. Today pure beeswax candles are still an affordable luxury, prized as an air purifier, toxin-free, with a warm radiant glow and a soft honey scent.

Tips to maximise the enjoyment of your Beeswax Candles:

There are various ways to extend the life of your beeswax candle so that it burns beautifully and, of course maximising the life of your beeswax candle.

It is preferable to burn a candle for no longer than 4 hours at a time, with the exception of a tea-light candle.

Keep burning candles away from children and pets and never leave a burning candle unattended.

Always burn your beeswax candle in a suitable container and place the container on a fireproof plate.

Burning a beeswax candle in a draft may cause it to smoke as the wind causes the candle to burn too fast. Remove your candle from the draft and it will burn smoke free and for longer.

Your candle may also emit smoke if the wick is too long. This may be corrected by extinguishing the wick, waiting for the wax to set, then trimming the wick back to 5/7 mm.

Remember to remove all packaging before lighting your candle.

The wick draws up the melted wax, fuelling the flame. If you blow out the flame, the wick will continue to smoke and smoulder. Ideally your candle should always be extinguished by ‘dipping’ the wick into its own pool of liquid wax, or by purchasing one of our special Wick Dippers.


“Give me some wax that bees have made and I will offer you in trade a candle that is aromatic pure, unique, and charismatic. Truth lets you call this wax unique, for connoisseurs will vainly seek a substance chemically the same; beeswax deserves its lasting fame Sweet perfume isn’t lacking here. This wax is white to yellow, clear has scent that’s redolent of the hive a product only bees contrive.” – Grant D. Morse