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100% Pure Canadian Beeswax Candles                                      

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100% pure beeswax candles are handcrafted by Susan Rouse using local Northumberland County beeswax and cotton wicks in her Reiki Studio in the Cobourg Ontario area.

Beeswax candles add their golden glow and wonderful natural scent to your home.

Here's a wonderful article in Alive magazine about the benefits of beeswax guesthttp://www.alive.com/articles/view/16814/bountiful_beeswax

Remember to never leave a candle unattended while burning.

THE QUALITIES OF BEESWAX

Beeswax is the only all natural candle wax. It’s a sustainable and renewable resource. When you buy a beeswax candle you’re supporting beekeepers, which means supporting those busy little insects that pollinate food crops and keep the world living and green. Beeswax candles burn cleaner, brighter, hotter and longer than other candles. When natural golden beeswax burns it gives off a soft glow* and sweetens the room with its natural scent — no artificial scents or colours required. Many people are allergic to the toxic waxes and artificial fragrances common in today’s candles. Beeswax is non-allergenic and is a natural air cleaner, recommended by the American Lung Association. It’s the best choice for asthma and allergy sufferers. Beeswax candles burn cleanly, don’t drip when properly used, and have long burn times, making them economical as well. Be sure that the candles you buy are 100% beeswax – some countries allow as little as 10% beeswax in candles labelled as ‘beeswax’. *The light spectrum emitted from a beeswax candle is the closest of all waxes to natural sunshine.

Candles are subject to availability


Tealight Candles

These cheery little tealight candles work magic with their golden glow.

Place them strategically about the room (keeping safety in mind, of course), then sit back and  relax. Tealights may not be available in large amounts.


6 tealights for $7.50 no cups



Votives

Cedar Cove Wellness Beeswax Votives are 1 1/2 x 2 inches

A non-flammable candle plate or saucer is preferable to votive holders. Most votive holders restrict air flow

A flame that is wavering back and forth is a sign of insufficient air flow, resulting in inefficient combustion and shortened burn time.

Approximate burn time is 10 hours. 5 for $14.25


100% Pure Canadian Beeswax Pillars

   

Arrange different sizes of beeswax pillars for a mesmerizing centrepiece in any room. They will fill the air with their lovely natural, non-toxic, non-allergenic scent, and add a beautiful ambiance. (Hint: Do not put your pillars too close together or the generated heat may make them burn much more quickly.)

Made by hand one at a time. Beeswax pillars should be burned until the melted wax pool nears the edge each time (1.5-2.5 hours). Burn tapers, votives or tealights if expected time is shorter. See Cedar Cove Wellness handcrafted beeswax tapers or votives and tea lights.

 

Small Beeswax Pillar

  • 2 x 3 inches

    A good size for smaller dinner tables and coffee tables

    Approximate 35 hour burn time

    $7.50, small pillar

     

     

    Medium Beeswax Pillar

                                                                                                                                                                                                2 x 4 1/2 inches 

    Approximate 40-45 hour burn time                             

    $11.50, medium pillar

     

    Large Beeswax Pillar 

     

     2.4 x 5 inches. These chunky beeswax pillars burn approx. 85 hours & clean your air instead of filling it with toxins, like other candle waxes. They should be burned at least 2 1/2 hours each time you light them. Choose a smaller candle if the expected time is less. $1.00 from the sale of each large pillar will be donated to The Northumberland Humane Society.

     

    $17.50, large beeswax pillar 

    Tall Beeswax Pillar

    Tall pillars are 2 x 6 inches

    Approximate 50-65 hour burn time

    $16.00, tall beeswax pillar 

     

    Beeswax Handcrafted 10" Tapers

    100% Pure Beeswax 10" Tapers. These tapers burn for approximately 12 hours and are drip-less when burned in a room with no air movement. Handcrafted in Baltimore Ontario using local beeswax and cotton wicks. $9.00 per pair


    Cone Shaped Candle

    Handmade pure beeswax cone shaped candle approx. 5" tall and 2 1/4" at base.

     

     

    $6.00 , cone shaped candle

     

    Moon and Stars candle with donkey/horse/mule

    Donkey (or horse or mule) with moon and stars beeswax pillar candle $14.50 with $1.00 from each candle sold, being donated to PrimRose Donkey Sanctuary. This candle is made from local Northumberland County Ontario beeswax is 3 1/4 inches in height and girth is 8 1/2 inches.

    $14.50, Horse or Donkey Themed Candle

     

     

    Horse Beeswax Candle

    Beautiful Horse Cone Shaped Beeswax Candle with raised maple leaf on top of candle. Height is 3".

    Horse Beeswax Candle, $12.00

    Shetland Pony Beeswax Candle

    Very cute beeswax pony candle. Height is 2 1/4 inches and length is 3 inches

    Pony Beeswax Candle, $4.00

    Loyal Dog Labrador Retriever Candle

    Beautiful beeswax pillar candle for dog lovers. Lovely raised image of this proudly standing Labrador Retriever dog with a star on top of candle.

    $1.00 from each labrador retriever candle sold is donated to the Northumberland Humane Society. 3 inches tall and 2 3/4 inches across bottom and weighs approximately 6.2 ounces

    Labrador Retriever Candle $12.00

     

     

    Angel Dog Guardian Beeswax Candle

    Angel Dog Beeswax Pillar Candle. Beautiful image of angel puppy dog on front and 'The Guardian' engraved on back. Comes in solid candle with wick and flicker candle too. Flicker candle does not have a wick but a spot to put a battery operated tea light.

    $1.00 from each angel dog guardian candle or flicker candle sold is donated to the Northumberland Humane Society. Height is 2 3/4 inches, 3 inches across bottom. Weighs approximately 9.7 ounces.

     

    Angel Dog Guardian Beeswax Candle $16.00

     

     

    Large Beeswax Pillar Candle

     

     

     2.4″ x 5″ These chunky beeswax pillars burn approx. 85 hours & clean your air instead of filling it with toxins, like other candle waxes. They should be burned at least 2 1/2 hours each time you light them. Choose a smaller candle if the expected time is less. $1.00 from the sale of each large pillar will be donated to The Northumberland Humane Society.

     

    $17.50, large beeswax pillar

    BEESWAX CANDLE BURNING TIPS
    • All usual precautions that pertain to fire also pertain to burning candles: never leave a candle burning when no one is in the room; do not burn candles near drapes or other combustible materials
    • Keep the wick of your candles trimmed to 1/4″-1/2″
    • Allow the melted pool of pillars to reach the edge of the candle each time you burn it, about an hour per inch of diameter. This way you won’t have to try to fold unmelted wax down from the sides and the pillar won’t burn down the middle. You’ll be starting off with the equivalent of a new (but shorter) candle each time.
    • If your candle will be lit for only a short time, use a taper, votive or tealight
    • Draughts cause flickering of the flame, which can result in uneven burning or dripping
    • Put out pillar flames by dipping the wick into the melted pool and then straightening (a paper clip is a handy tool).
    • Use a snuffer for tapers
    • If you don’t like the natural bloom that develops on beeswax, simply rub your candles with your hand — the warmth will polish off the bloom
    • Put a tiny bit of water in the bottom of your glass tealight cups — makes removing the last vestiges of wax easy
    • Remember to never leave a candle unattended while burning.

    Paraffin-Beeswax Test Results                                                                                                                                   

    A picture of a candle comparison test between paraffin and beeswax.