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English Red Rose Scented Candle

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EX-DISPLAY This stunning unique and unusual decorative handcrafted candle is a real show-stopper! Scented with an English red rose Scent. 

The hearts and butterfly are made from wax also.

A candle that would delight any home.

This is a luxurious red rose-scented candle that will bring the smell of a rose garden indoors. 

This has a sophisticated and elegant scent, identical to freshly picked roses. Remind yourself of summer with this beautiful, deep, crisp, red rose-fragranced candle.

Comes in a White Glass Container 55cl. We use a natural wax blend using Rapeseed and Coconut.

 This wax is blended in Europe and is made from rapeseed oil and coconut oil and nothing else.

  Contains Harmful to aquatic life with long-lasting effects. Supplemental Information: Contains citronellol, geraniol, NEROLEX (SRS) NEROL 900 (BBA), limonene. May produce an allergic reaction.

Wax Melt Guide

What is the Point of Wax Melts?

Wax melts are a popular choice for home fragrance enthusiasts due to their affordability and versatility. Unlike traditional candles, wax melts can be easily switched out, allowing you to enjoy a variety of scents without committing to just one.

Are Wax Melts Better Than Candles?

While we adore scented candles, wax melts offer a flameless alternative. You can use electric burners to melt the wax, which is safer and often more convenient than using a candle with an open flame. This makes wax melts a great option for homes with children or pets.

How Long Do Wax Melts Last?

When stored in a cool, dry area, wax melts can last up to 2 years. In terms of usage, a single wax melt can provide hours of fragrance, making them a long-lasting choice for home fragrance.

Why Can't I Smell My Wax Melts?

If you notice that you can no longer smell your wax melts, it likely means that the fragrance has dissipated and it's time to replace them. This is a normal part of the wax melt lifecycle.

How Many Times Can You Use a Wax Melt?

On average, you can use a wax melt around four times if you are using 3-4 hour tea lights. However, the actual number of uses depends on when the scent completely fades.

How Do I Remove Wax Melts from the Burner?

Removing wax melts from your burner is simple. Our rapeseed and coconut wax melts are particularly easy to pop out. Avoid scraping the burner to prevent any damage. Simply wait for the wax to cool and gently remove it from the burner.

Wax Melts in the United Kingdom

Wax melts have become increasingly popular in the United Kingdom, with a wide variety of scents and styles available. Whether you are a wax melt addict or new to the world of wax melts, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

For the best wax melts in the UK, explore our collection and discover your next favourite scent.

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