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Who on your Christmas Gift List Will Love Beeswax Candles?

Everyone wants to give a gift that they love and more importantly they want the person who is receiving the gift to love it. Who on your Christmas gift list would love to find beeswax candles gift wrapped and under the tree with their name on it? We have some ideas.

Health conscious people

If a special person in your life is health conscious chances are they already know about the value of beeswax candles. They will know beeswax is the most natural of candle waxes and is totally non-toxic. They may even know that one of the health benefits of beeswax candles is that they clean the air when they are burning. Beeswax candles would make a great gift for someone who is concerned about their health and chooses a healthy lifestyle.

People who like quality 

Does someone in your life have an eye for quality? They will love the elegance of pure beeswax candles,   especially those made by the skilled candle makers at Honey Candles! Everything about Honey Candles® says quality from our label to the smooth rich finish on the candle surface. We use only the best beeswax we can find in Western Canada and filter it until it is clear and clean. It smells wonderfully with the natural scent of honey. Your discerning gift recipient will recognize the class of pure elegant Honey Candles® in an instant. It doesn’t matter if it’s beeswax in its natural color, well filtered Pearl or a colored beeswax candle, they will know!

The environmentalist

Anyone who has the environment uppermost in their mind will love beeswax candles. Many of the reasons are the same as the health conscious person.  They love that beeswax candles do not emit noxious fumes as do gifts made in canadaparaffin candles. Paraffin candles are a by-product of petroleum which is on the target list of many environmentalists these days. If your environmentalist is concerned about the food supply they know that we need to preserve and support the honey bee industry to ensure food security. They also know beekeeping does not degrade the land and the environment in the way that soy wax or palm wax can. Pick some simple wrapping, perhaps repurposed or recycled and now you have the perfect eco-gift.

Parents with young families

Young parents want their children to have the best start in life. We have more educated parents with young families than ever before.  That means they know about the benefits of a pure non-toxic home and environment.  From low VOC paints to eco-friendly flooring parents are making healthier choices in their homes. Air quality in homes can be an issue. Burning paraffin candles emit toxic emissions. Some of the toxins from paraffin candles are also in cigarette smoke. Unlike paraffin, beeswax candles clean and purify the air as they burn leaving the air fresh even when a house is kept shut up during a cold winter. The holidays are a perfect time for families to receive and enjoy beeswax candles.

Someone who has everything

We all have someone in our life that has everything. Or maybe they don’t have room for another thing in their apartment.  We often buy consumables for people like this – chocolates, cheese or wine. Why not buy them beeswax candles? They are beautiful, healthy and easily enjoyed. They add ambiance to large or small spaces, make any room smell great when they are burning and they are eventually burned to nothing!  Beeswax candles are a sophisticated consumable gift that will be appreciated. If they really love them then you can gift them with beeswax candles another year perhaps varying the type or color. Perfect for you the giver if you find them hard to find a gift for.

We believe there is someone in your life who will love to be gifted with beeswax candles for the holidays or a special birthday.  Have you thought of who they are yet?

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Photos by Marlie Marchewka

Published By Pat Cattermole

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