Our Hand-poured Coconut Shell Candles Made From 100% All Natural Beeswax! Its the best candle decoration for upcoming Christmas
Bring relaxation to your home with our coconut shell candles.
Our Eco-Friendly ingredients
- Sand and polished coconut shell
- Natural Beeswax
- Two Wooden wicks
Burns Up to 50% longer Than Paraffin Wax Candles and can burn more than 15 Hrs. Suitable foe anniversary, birthday , wedding or any occasion.
We use 100% natural coconut shells and we sand and polished to get the vintage, natural look. And also we used wooden wicks to make more natural candle and it can also give satisfying crackling sounds.
Burns Cleaner Than Ordinary Wax Candles – No Black Sooty Build Up !
We make most of our candles to order to allow you to get the freshest candles possible!
Environmentally Friendly – Biodegradable!
Why Beeswax Candles?
Beeswax candles are the best natural candles you can buy. If you have really sensitive allergies, these may be the only candles you can burn.
Beeswax is naturally scented with the smell of honey, so typically no scent is added at all. In fact, most of these candles have no artificial scents, colors, or additives. This is great if you like the smell of honey or have allergies.
Just like soy, beeswax candles will burn much cleaner and longer than paraffin candles. The downside is that it costs much more than paraffin and even more than soy.
More Beeswax Information
The wax varies in color from almost white to a light brown. Sometimes bleach is added during the filtering process to achieve a consistent color. An unfiltered wax can sometimes contain wood parts or even parts of bees.
Over time, beeswax will naturally go through a process called blooming. This produces a whitish powder on the outside of the wax. This bloom can easily be wiped off, and is a good indicator that your wax is pure.
Beeswax candles are the easiest candles to make at home. No scent, dye, or additives are needed and the wax is sold in sheets for convenience.
You can simply lay the wick in the wax sheet and roll it up and that’s just about all there is to it. Beeswax also comes in brick form if you prefer to make solid candles. If you decide on this method, you will need a mold release because the wax will stick to the mold.