Our Pure Beeswax Candle Collections
Pure Beeswax Candle Collection
Our pure beeswax candles are handcrafted by a small team of crafters in the heart of Vermont. Our candles are all handmade in our shop and come in a variety of shapes and sizes.
We also have a wide variety of hand-poured candles like our Angels, Seahorses, Evergreens, Bunnies and Pine Cones. Our candle collections are inspired by the natural beauty all around us and are made with 100% Pure Beeswax.
Pure Beeswax Candles
Our beeswax candles produce a warm, diffused light by burning cleanly, free from toxic smoke and chemicals found in regular paraffin candles.
Beeswax candles burn brighter and longer than other types of natural wax candles such as soy or vegetable. Pure beeswax is somewhat self-cleaning in that the air around it. Beeswax candles also waft a scent of honey and flowers.
Benefits of Beeswax Candles
Pure beeswax candles are 100% natural, non-toxic, clean-burning, non-allergenic, have no chemicals or additives, and last longer than other types of candles.
Pure beeswax candles are very environmentally friendly in that they are natural and do not require energy to produce or transport.
There is no smoke, carbon emissions or harmful fumes because pure beeswax candles only emits the scent equivalent of one tea light per hour. Candles made of pure beeswax can be enjoyed for up to 50 hours each.
History Of Beeswax Candles
Did you know that for many centuries, beekeepers have been using pure beeswax to make candles for various purposes, such as for light, to stay warm and as part of religious ceremonies? The earliest candles were made by the Ancient Egyptians over 6000 years ago. They used circular pieces of natural wax seeping from the honeycombs in beehives as a source for their light. One end of the candle was lit, and as it melted slowly, they would use it to burn continuously throughout the night.
Questions About Beeswax Candles
Please reach out to us if you have any questions about our candles or how we make them. We love chatting about what we do and are here to help if you have any questions.