I remember the first time I learnt about beeswax.
It’s amazing how many uses it has…
Lip balm, polish, crayons, sealant, waterproofing and lubricant to name a few.
But the really interesting thing for me is that burning beeswax candles is believed to ionise the air and rid it of pollutants and so it’s useful to people with skin and breathing sensitivities.
Beeswax also burns very slowly and produces a honeyed scent and, of course, it’s a natural substance straight from mother nature.
Candles Naturally make beautiful coral like beeswax candles with attention to environmental sustainability. The coral structure glows like a lantern while the wax burns down inside, leaving the elegant structure of the shell behind.
True to their environmental instincts they only harvest the wax after the bees have left the hive so that no bees are harmed in the process.
The company makes a lot more besides beeswax candles too, including Coconut Shell Candle with essential oils made from sustainable soy oil, which burns for approximately 40 hours!