Beeswax Tealight Candles

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Our Beeswax Tealight Candles are made from natural filtered beeswax with no-lead wicks. Paraffin candles can be bad for health, while beeswax candles are good for body and soul and last much longer.


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Beeswax Tealight Candles

Our Beeswax Tealight Candles are unscented, natural and filtered. These candles are made locally and hand-poured especially for Artisan Aromatics. The wicks have no lead. These are 100% pure and natural beeswax tealight candles.

We recommend these candles for passive aromatherapy diffusers. Our Small Ceramic Candle Diffuser comes with one free beeswax tealight candle.

Small ceramic candle diffuser

Simply fill the diffuser’s bowl with water, add a few drops of your favorite essential oil and then light the natural tealight candle which sits beneath the bowl. The heat warms the water and diffuses the essential oil’s aroma.

Beeswax can be found in aromatherapy products such as lip balms, butters and lotions and is a natural product of the honey bee (genus Apis).

Paraffin wax candles can be bad for your health. While unscented, all natural beeswax tealight candles can be good for health and heart. And they last several times longer than petroleum based paraffin candles.

More info on paraffin or paraffin blend candles:

•Paraffin is a by-product of the petroleum refinery industry, residue of refined petroleum.

•Soot given off from burning paraffin candles is the same as burning diesel fuel.

•Soot particles travel deep into the lungs. Breathing soot is not recommended!

•Tests show that paraffin candles can produce a variety of harmful substances, including known carcinogens, benzene and toluene,

•Testing by the EPA has found over 20 dangerous compounds in paraffin soot including significant quantities of acetone, benzene, toluene and lead.

• The soot from these materials can contain carcinogens, neurotoxins and reproductive toxins.

• The American Lung Association says, “Burning paraffin candles can emit small amounts of toxins into the air.”

Wax Comparison Table – Beeswax vs. Soy vs. Paraffin

Benefits:BeeswaxSoy WaxParaffin
Clean BurningYesYesNO
Soot lessYesYesNO
Water CleanupNOYesNO
Emits Negative IonsYesNONO
Long LastingYesYesNO
Only Cotton WickYesYesNO
Low CostNoNoYes
Petroleum FreeYesYesNO
Carcinogenic FreeYesYesNO

Beeswax is also great for making salves:

Try our Beeswax Blocks, Beeswax Beads and our fantastic all-natural pain salve that we make in house with over 11 different essential oils, BullRyder Body Balm.

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