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Pure Beeswax candle , Beehive shape votive, natural candles

Pure Beeswax candle , Beehive shape votive, natural candles

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Pure beeswax Beehive shape candle  - Beeswax Candle in the shape of a Skep (an old fashioned beehive).

🐝 PREMIUM QUALITY HANDMADE CANDLES: Hand poured right here in the UK! These pure beeswax candles are made from premium ,UK beeswax and crafted to be reliable and useful in any household.

🍀 NATURAL & NON-TOXIC: Each 100% pure beeswax candle kindles a steady flame without the impurities of paraffin, so it’s safe around kids. Organic Cotton wick is sized to maintain ideal flame height and optimize burn time.

👍BREATHE EASIER: Research shows that natural candles made from beeswax can help neutralize pollutants in the home -- this includes dust, mold, mildew, and unwanted odors, making this a great gift.

💰 GREAT VALUE FOR MONEY : Each beeswax candle has a nice slow, smokeless and dripless burning time of about 5 hours. We are a small British


Keep the wick trimmed

Some candles require that the wick is trimmed before lighting (and re-lightening). If the wick is left too long the flame will likely flicker and smoke.

Extinguish your candle and trim the wick if:

  • The flame is flickering and/or smoking

  • The flame is large and looses its teardrop shape

  • A carbon cap develops

  • The wax pool gets too close to the edge of the candle

Use a pillar plate / candle holder etc.

Candles should not be placed directly on furniture. High temperature may discolour the surface. Any beeswax spillage may mark your furniture. Please use any tray that is heat resistant.

First burning

Let a candle burn until you see a pool of wax from across whole candle.

Burning for less time can cause the candle to 'tunnel', which leaves a build-up of wax around the vessel's sides and can reduce the maximum burn time. Burning for longer periods can cause the wick to move, or slant.

Maintain the Flame

Depending on the type of candle you are burning, you may have to trim the wick periodically.


  • Hug the candle:

Candle hugging is a candle care technique suitable for beeswax pillar candles.

Once you blow the candle out, gently push the tall wax walls towards the middle (towards the wick). By doing this every time, you’ll make sure all of your candle wax gets consumed.


  • Fix too-thin pillar walls

If your pillar does drip or melt through its side, generally due to too large of a flame, extinguish the candle and let it harden before relighting it. Avoid moving the pillar while the beeswax is cooling.


  • Fix too-thick pillar walls

If your pillar develops a thick wall, generally due to not burning long enough each burning session, carefully cut the wall down to the level of the wax pool inside. This must be done when the wax pool is hardened.


How to relight a beeswax candle?

The best way to relight your beeswax pillar candle is to hold the flame to the base of the wick for 5 to 10 seconds. This will ensure all of the hardened beeswax in the wick is melted. This allows the wick to now pull newly melted beeswax from the candle and burn properly.


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