Pure Beeswax Candles
Pure beeswax candles are made as a by product of the honey processing at Northumberland Honey Co. Wax cappings and the melting / recyling of honey combs produces a beautiful golden yellow wax with a lovely honey aroma. All candles are made with our pure beeswax ensuring the finest quality.
We have a range of candles in stock for immediate despatch with quick, free delivery.
Talking purity, our candle wick is also pure cotton.
Beeswax Dipped Taper Candles | Table Candles (4 Pairs)£34.00 Add to cart
Large Beeswax Pillar Candle | 50 Hour Burn£15.00 Add to cart
Beeswax Pillar Candle Smooth | (Pack of 4)£21.50 Add to cart
Christmas Tree Beeswax Candles | (Pack of 4)£16.50 Read more
6 Beeswax Tealight | Heart Shaped Beeswax Tealight£12.00 Add to cart
4 Beehive Beeswax Candles | Skep Beeswax Candles£16.50 Add to cart
Beeswax Pillar Candle | 65 Hour Burn£19.50 Add to cart
Church Candle | Large Beeswax Church Candle | 120 Hour Burn£35.00 Add to cart
Benefits of Beeswax Candles
Beeswax has long been used for making candles. The benefits are extensive, including when burnt these candles help to actively clean the air rather than pollute. They release negative ions which bind to positive pollutant ions. (Read more about the benefits of beeswax candles and negative ions here.)
Especially useful in the kitchen or rooms where odours develop. Unscented, these candles have a slight honey aroma only. Coupled with our pure cotton wicks, these candles burn clean and pure.
Northumberland Honey Co also carry environmental responsibility as a core ethos, after all we are beekeepers and looking after the environment dictates our bees success.
Where possible we only ship in recycled materials, paper wrap and if we have to use plastic for the safe shipping of jars or bottles we use re-usable, recyclable airsacs.
How to Use Beeswax Candles
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- How to Light Beeswax Candles
When first lighting a beeswax candle the flame will be quite large, much larger than the ‘resting’ flame. This is because on the initial burn the wax is drawn through the wick. There may be some soot/ large flame persisting for 5-10 minutes after which time the flame tends to settle.
It is important to burn the candle on a level heat proof surface, avoid drafts (which will cause flame flicker and dripping) and burn for approx 4 hours on the initial burn.
How to Use Beeswax Candles
The wick used for beeswax candles is thicker than the wick in other candles (which allows for a larger flame further from the wax thus keeping the wax cooler). Therefore when it comes to extinguishing beeswax candles this is best done with a candle snuffer and will create less smoke. If blowing out conventionally expect more smoke/ soot. Usually beeswax candles stop smoking around 30 seconds after extinguishing depending on size of the candle.
Re-lighting Beeswax Candles
Following the initial burn, when it comes to re-lighting the candle, ensure the wick is trimmed to around 6mm. If the wick isn’t trimmed and has a curl present, this will place the flame to one side of the candle, which may cause guttering and dripping.
We hope this guidance helps you to get the best out of your pure beeswax candles.