Organic Beeswax Tea Light Candle Packs
4 Hour Tea Light Candles made from Australian Certified Organic (ACO) Beeswax.
- 6 x Certified Organic beeswax tea lights with 1 x glass holder
- 12 x Certified Organic beeswax tea lights with 1 x glass holder
Our 6 and 12 packs of tea lights come in an organza drawstring bag.
Size: 15mm x 33mm wide. Burn time: 4-5 hours each (real hours).
Additional Tea Light Holders sold separately: Tea Light Candle Holder – Round Clear Glass
What does this mean? Being Certified Organic means that the beeswax is free from synthetic agricultural chemicals including pesticides, fungicides & herbicide. Important for the health of you and your family when burning candles.
Perfect for oil burners as beeswax doesn’t interfere with the aromas of your oils. Ideal tea pot warmers, (the original reason for the tea light candle!) as beeswax creates a perfect amount of heat.
We also don’t use aluminum or plastic holders for our tea lights- using aluminum is a waste…. very environmentally unfriendly! And we prefer not to burn candles in plastic… we don’t care what they say, it can’t be good for you!
Checklist on our Certified Organic Tea Light Candles:
- 100% Certified Organic Australian beeswax (ACO certification)
- Free from synthetic agricultural chemicals including pesticides, fungicides & herbicide
- No chemicals used in cleaning beeswax
- Hand crafted
- Cotton Wicks – no metal
- No oils
- Honey Aroma
- A natural ioniser
- Kind to the most sensitive noses.
- Sustainable, Planet friendly.
- 100% Happy Guarantee
Tips for care of our Certified Organic Beeswax Candles.
- Before you start, check the wick is about 1 cm in length, if it is longer please trim it.
- Please don’t leave burning candles unattended.
- Put candles on a heat resistant surface.
- Don’t leave them near flammable materials.
- Remove packaging before lighting.
- Burn the candle until the molten wax is to the edge, so it burns all the wax.
- Don’t pour the molten wax off the candle, it is needed to burn well.
- As beeswax is a natural product, occasionally there may be a build up on the wick and resemble a small mushroom. If this occurs extinguish the candle, trim the wick, and relight.
- Best to “snuff” candles, rather than blowing the flame out (blowing may spread molten wax.)
- You will need a special snuffer that you place over the flame. The flame goes out when the oxygen in the bell shaped dome is used up by the flame and so the flame can no longer burn. Don’t rush removing the snuffer, leave it there for at least 15 seconds so the smoke does not escape.
- If you use candles in glass holders please make sure the flame doesn’t touch the glass, it may crack.