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  There are a host of reasons as to why you should consider switching to beeswax candles. If you are someone who cares about the environment and your home, switching to beeswax candles is a really simple way in which to uphold these values. So, what exactly makes beeswax candles so great? Naturally sourced. Beeswax is made from bees, meaning that all beeswax candles are completely chemical free. They are the oldest known candles in human history, and for good reason! Environmentally friendly. Beeswax is a renewable resource due to being made by bees, the perfect choice for the environmentally...

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The holiday season is a time for everyone to share good tidings and joy, and to go wild with Christmas decorations whether inside or outside. Everyone enjoys looking at the multitude of Christmas decorations that can be seen on any street and not forgetting the traditional Christmas tree. Christmas cards often portray the traditional tree with candles burning brightly on the limbs, but we definitely do not recommend you use candles on your tree, for this, you are much better sticking to the modern twinkling fairy lights. So, how can you incorporate candles into your Christmas décor? They certainly bring...

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Christmas gifts can be a source of real stress and deliberation. Getting people the perfect gift has turned into something of an art with so many different products available on the market and increasing pressure to purchase unique gifts that will be enjoyed rather than pushed to the back of the cupboard, or donated to a charity in January. There is also an increasing pressure on consumers to purchase gifts sustainably- to not purchase products which can harm the environment, or which contribute to global warming or use plastics to name just a few considerations when searching for gifts. Candles...

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1. Abeille Candles Are Bee FriendlyAbeille beeswax candles are Bee-Friendly. Abeille are committed to sourcing from ethical beekeepers. The wax comes from managed hives in the lush lands of New Zealand. These beekeepers love their bees as they are their pride and joy. Beeswax is an excess bi-product of the honey that is ethically sourced; meaning there is always more than enough for the bees. 2. Abeille Candles are Eco-FriendlyUnlike soy and paraffin waxes, beeswax is used essentially in its native state. Not only is it true that there is no bleaching or hydrogenating beeswax also does not require large amounts of agricultural...

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When it comes to beeswax, there are some 'ground keeping' rules when it comes to burning your candle. Why? Beeswax is a little different to soy-wax candle! They need more TLC when it comes to burning and caring for your Abeille candle, to ensure you get the best quality, best results, longer burn time and to burn evenly.    1) Burning your candle for the first time? Exciting WE KNOW! But, don't rush this. As the first burn is the most crucial part to the burn rules. You MUST burn your candle for 4 hours, this allows enough time to completely...

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