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Our Beeswax Candles are made from Beautiful Pure Premium Beeswax and carefully hand-rolled here at The Honeysuckle Bee and Me.


Made using just pure beeswax and a pure cotton wick, they are a 100% natural product.

They have a gorgeous natural bees-waxy honey scent and are perfect for any occasion.


Each candle wick has been dipped in beeswax - this little droplet makes lighting easier. They are best lit by holding your flame at the base of the wick below the wax droplet.


This is a set of 4 Candles packaged simply in recyclable paper, twine and happy information about our honeybees.


Candle length 20cms

Diameter 2 cms

Burn time 7 hrs

Hand-rolled Beeswax Candles


    • Never leave a burning candle unattended.
    • Keep candles away from children and pets.
    • Keep candles away from flammable materials or overly crowded settings.
    • Remove fabric and paper label from candle before burning.
    • Secure candle in an appropriate candle holder. You should choose one which will catch dripping wax.
    • Burn candles only in a draft-free environment. This will help to prevent any dripping or smoking.
    • Light the wick from the base of the wick, where the wick comes out of the candle, to allow the beeswax to absorb into the wick. A lighter works best.
    • Trim the wick before use. Keep the wick trimmed to 1/4″ and repeat trim the wick during burning if necessary.
    • Your candle is best extinguished using a candle snuffer to minimise smoke and risk of wax spatter.



  • A little bit of buzziness

    Here at The Honeysuckle Bee and Me we usually keep around 20 hives of honeybees.

    Honeybees build wax comb to rear brood in and store honey in. They can only do this when the weather is warm and they have a good nectar supply.

    You can help our little honeybees and other pollinating insects by planting a mixed variety of flowering plants, hedging and trees that supply pollen and nectar through out the whole year.

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