Miss Bees Balms – Orange Geranium Patchouli Candle

Miss Bees Balms – Orange Geranium Patchouli Candle

45.00

This candle gives a balancing balm for the soul: organic essential oils of refreshing orange, harmonising geranium, and soothing patchouli are handblended with sustainably sourced eco plant wax to produce a beautifully scented, 100% natural, botanical candle. 

After enjoying your artisan candle, these beautiful french amber glass beakers can be reused as a gorgeous coffee cup, planter or tealight.

Miss Bees Balms is stablished by a qualified medical herbalist with over 18 years of clinical experience and extensive knowledge of using medicinal herbs for wellbeing.

Features:
• 100% natural | 100% vegan | 100% soy free
• wood wicker
• plant wax: rapeseed and coconut
• 150ml
• approx burn time up to 30 hrs

safety instructions:
• please read the information given on the base label of the beaker.
• burn for a minimum of 1-2 hours at a time to ensure an even wax melt and until the wax around the wick has reached the sides of the jar – this helps prevent ‘tunnelling’.
• always tilt the candle when lighting and allow the flame to spread across the wick.
• keep wick trimmed to 3-5mm by carefully removing the charred, loose black bits with your fingertips or wick trimmer (a nail clippers works well too!)
• be sure to keep the wax pool clear of any debris/wick trimmings to avoid discoloration of the wax.
• always place on a heat resistant surface and away from a heat source.
• do not burn candle for longer than 4 hours at a time.
• never leave a burning candle unattended
• leave 10cm between burning candles.
• keep away from things that catch fire, and away from drafts.
• never move a burning candle.
• keep away from children and pets.
• contains citronellol, limonene, geraniol and menthones (naturally occur in essential oils) which may produce an allergic reaction. if skin irritation occurs, wash with soap and water

8 in stock

Description

This candle gives a balancing balm for the soul: organic essential oils of refreshing orange, harmonising geranium, and soothing patchouli are handblended with sustainably sourced eco plant wax to produce a beautifully scented, 100% natural, botanical candle. 

After enjoying your artisan candle, these beautiful french amber glass beakers can be reused as a gorgeous coffee cup, planter or tealight.

Miss Bees Balms is stablished by a qualified medical herbalist with over 18 years of clinical experience and extensive knowledge of using medicinal herbs for wellbeing.

Features:
• 100% natural | 100% vegan | 100% soy free
• wood wicker
• plant wax: rapeseed and coconut
• 150ml
• approx burn time up to 30 hrs

safety instructions:
• please read the information given on the base label of the beaker.
• burn for a minimum of 1-2 hours at a time to ensure an even wax melt and until the wax around the wick has reached the sides of the jar – this helps prevent ‘tunnelling’.
• always tilt the candle when lighting and allow the flame to spread across the wick.
• keep wick trimmed to 3-5mm by carefully removing the charred, loose black bits with your fingertips or wick trimmer (a nail clippers works well too!)
• be sure to keep the wax pool clear of any debris/wick trimmings to avoid discoloration of the wax.
• always place on a heat resistant surface and away from a heat source.
• do not burn candle for longer than 4 hours at a time.
• never leave a burning candle unattended
• leave 10cm between burning candles.
• keep away from things that catch fire, and away from drafts.
• never move a burning candle.
• keep away from children and pets.
• contains citronellol, limonene, geraniol and menthones (naturally occur in essential oils) which may produce an allergic reaction. if skin irritation occurs, wash with soap and water

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