Wax Melts - Snap bars
Fragrance your home with these wax melts, packaged in glassine bags, which are recyclable and compostable. These are made using either Soy wax or coconut & rapeseed wax as both have a longer cleaner burn and produce 90% less soot than standard paraffin wax.
Melts are hand poured in small batches and fragranced with essential oils (unless indicated*) so you can enjoy the therapeutic benefits of the oils as well as the aromas. Snap off a chunk and melt on a wax warmer. Reuse until there is no longer any smell. When melted this natural wax can be used to massage onto the skin leaving it soft, smooth and pleasantly scented. Choice of fragrances available as well as the option of a mixed box of 3 different snap bars.
Snap Bars will be sent in a postal box that fits through your letterbox, or may be sent as a gift with a message to the recipient. These boxes are classed as large letters and therefore cheaper than a small parcel. Choose Large Letter option at checkout.
Feel free to request a fragrance if not already offered here.
Vegan, 100% natural, handmade.
Ingredients: - natural vegetable wax, essential oils and extracts
Safety Instructions: Place wax melt on burner and use with unscented tea light. Keep the wax melt burner and tea-light out of the reach of children and pets. Do not burn the tea-light or leave the wax melt burner on or near anything that can catch fire. Ensure the wax melt burner is well ventilated.
*Note that the vanilla oil has been extracted from fermented vanilla beans by solvent and therefore is not classed as an essential oil.
Coconut Fragrance oil obtained from the milk and oil of the coconut and blended with essential oils. All other fragrances are pure essential oils.
The Rosewood essential oil used in these melts is Indian Rosewood (also known as bois de rose). It is steam distilled from the wood chippings of the Dalbergia sissoo tree, native to the foothills of the Himalayas and the Indian subcontinent. Also known as the Himalayan Raintree, is not an endangered species and does not feature on any CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) list. Indian Rosewood oil is not to be confused with Brazilian Rosewood which comes from the endangered Aniba rosaeodora tree. The Indian tree is grown and produced sustainably through coppicing, and has no links with deforestation.