Cool Gifts for Christmas - Beeswax Candles Yule Trees

Cool Gifts for Christmas - Beeswax Candles Yule Trees

beeswax decorative candlesOne of the ‘coolest’ gifts you can give someone for Christmas is a gift that they will enjoy. And what if it has health benefits too? What a bonus! Here are some reasons that a candle lover will enjoy Honey Candles® beeswax candles and here are some of the benefits.

Beeswax candles:

  • When burning makes any room smell fresh and clean with the warm scent of honey
  • Are clean burning with no sticky, black petroleum based soot
  • Are naturally slow and long burning without additives
  • Are virtually dripless in a draft free environment
  • Create ambiance with a dreamy golden glow producing light believed by many to be similar to natural sunlight
  • Will not go rancid
  • Bloom’ with a frosty appearance that tells you that it is 100% pure beeswax

beeswax decorative candlesTake all those wonderful reasons for buying beeswax candles for someone special for Christmas and then add the charm and ‘cute’ factor of Honey Candles® pure beeswax Yule Trees - it makes these an obvious holiday favorite.  They burn 12 to 14 hours! Just about the right amount of time for a holiday candle. Yule trees come in three colors – NaturalForest Green and Pearl. Yule trees are the perfect ‘hostess’ gift or slip nicely into a Christmas stocking. Beeswax Honey Candles® are made in Canada.

A couple years ago Nick Meyer from AltHealth Works asked to review some of our beeswax candles. We sent several and amongst the collection was a Honey Candles® beeswax Natural Yule Tree. You might like to read his review. Follow this link.

Go on! Buy someone a gift they won’t forget. Make their holiday special this year. The dreamy glow from beeswax candles creates ambiance and a little glow inside for those who enjoy them.  Some of that ‘glow’ is bound to spill over on to you too! 

Photos by Marlie Marchewka


Published By Pat Cattermole

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