Why does it matter that they’re beeswax?
The decline of bees around the world is at the same level of importance as deforestation and global warming. Bees are vital for world survival and up to 1/3 of British wild bees are found to be declining. Honeybees are tended by beekeepers, though still threatened due to disease, both these and wild bees have other issues including pesticides and habitat fragmentation.
You are supporting the bees in their work which means we keep a healthy population to pollinate the plants and food we eat around the UK. The bees produce honeycomb cells where tiny young are nurtured, along with honey and pollen storage. With the interaction from pollen you get a more golden colour to the wax. Beeswax is harvested from the honeycomb and that is why beeswax is precious!
Beeswax candles are less frequently used but are an ancient art; for thousands of years as a light source for their work to continue in the dark for monks, scribes and miners. Beeswax has the golden, warm shine.
We use wax pellets sourced from UK beehives which are then melted and mixed with organic coconut oils and fragrance oils. The candles have a natural low-lying sweet smell and are accompanied by coconut oil (and a fragrance if you choose).
We chose beeswax for the higher quality product over other types of wax, which is more sustainable over paraffin and soy.
Beeswax also has lower toxicity than other choices and if you have allergies (hay fever or asthma) beeswax is a great option.
Pack of 4. Hand poured in small batches. Hexagonal 4.5cm x 1.5cm thick melt. They hold a naturally sweet, low lying beeswax scent, with organic coconut oil and fragrance oil. Available in lavender and rose scent packs of 4. Perfect to lift a natural scent in a room. Get the best out of the wax melt with our beeswax tea lights for your wax melt warmer.
McGowan Realm candle safety details, sticker can be found on the box or base of candles.
- Please remove decretive fire hazard twine and cardboard before lighting
- Do not burn for longer than 4 hours
- Trim the wick to 5mm before each burn
- Never leave a burning candle unattended
- Keep candles out of reach of children and pets
- Never burn a candle on or near anything that might catch fire
- Do not touch the candle when it is lit - the jar can get very hot!
- If your candle starts to flicker or smoke, blow it out, let it cool down & then trim the wick.
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1. What are your standard delivery charges?
UK standard delivery is £3.95 or FREE for orders £25 and over. *max weight 12kg
Unless otherwise arranged all UK deliveries will be sent using Royal Mail's Standard, Second class delivery or Hermes which we will aim to send within 1 business day and usually this is a a 2-4 day delivery turn around but Hermes ask to allow for up to 7 days. You must inform us within 7 days of order date if you haven't received your order. Some products are sent with Hermes due to the size of the parcel in order to make it more reasonable for us, it will state where this applies on each product, your postage price will not be affected.
If you wish to return a product to us for any reason please contact us within 48 hours of receiving your item.
3. Still have questions?
For any other questions go to our FAQs page and then once checked for regular questions, feel free contact us.