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Pack of 10 Natural Beeswax Tealight Candles (6-8 hours)- Australian Made

Pack of 10 Natural Beeswax Tealight Candles (6-8 hours)- Australian Made

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Natural Beeswax Tealight Candle 10pk 

(6-8 Hour burn Time)

Are you looking to create a tranquil and relaxing environment for your home or office? Do you love the soft glow from a candle, as opposed to the harsh bright LED lights? If you answered yes to any of these questions,  you might just fall in love with these Australian Made Natural Beeswax Candles!

With their subtle scent, these tealight candles are the perfect natural and non invasive way to light your house in the most eco-friendly way possible. 

These candles are naturally perfect for use in the bathroom or bedroom as they are  non toxic and non fragranced. They are also perfect for the dining room or loungeroom where you want to create a romantic ambiance. Beeswax candles are naturally brighter and have a beautiful warm flame. Their high density makes them longer lasting and less messy than regular paraffin candles- perfect for all home décor applications!

Being natural, they are ideal for relaxation practices such as meditation and yoga.

Click here to learn about the pros and cons of beeswax candles. 

Beeswax Tealight Candle Specifications:  

  • Each pack contains 10 Natural Beeswax Tealight candles in aluminium cups.
  • Each tealight candle has a 100% pure cotton wick, ensuring a brighter light and a cleaner burn.  
  • Each tealight has an approx. 6-8 hour burn time.
  • Each tealight candle measures: 38mm x 25mm
  • Brand: rawLight

  

Beeswax Candle Care Instructions

Beeswax Candles do burn for longer than their paraffin counterparts, however there are certain things you can do that will help your beeswax candles burn for longer.

Beeswax Candles can begin to soot after a certain time. This is usually caused by the wick being too long. If this is the case, when the candle has been extinguished you should carefully place the wick into the molten beeswax without damaging the wick, and then return it to it's upright position. Before lighting your beeswax candle again, cut the already burned part of the wick to approx. 6mm above the candle. This will prevent excessive smoking.

Always take care when burning candles, keep them away from anything that is flammable and do not leave unattended.

Visit our Beeswax Candle Collection for more styles of beeswax candles.
 


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