All of our beeswax pillars are hand poured and finished giving them a beautiful, one of a kind appeal. These are our most popular candles, providing bright light and the beautiful sweet aroma of honey when burned.
Beeswax is a natural, renewable resource. Beeswax candles emit a bright, healthful light within the same spectrum as the sun — plus negative ions that clean the air and invigorate the body. Beeswax burns longer, drips less, and smells wonderful, naturally.
Trim wick to 1/4" before each lighting.
To avoid tunneling, burn for at least 3 hours per burn and mold the warm sides in toward the flame. This will melt the walls, utilizing all of the available fuel, and thus extend the overall burn time. It will also raise the molten wax level, and shrink any over-sized flame.
To prevent uneven burning and potential dripping, use a metal tool to redirect a curled or angled wick to the opposite direction. To prevent wick breakage when doing this, be sure to nudge the wick below the level of the molten pool where the wick is not burned and thus stronger.
To eliminate smoke when extinguishing the flame, use a tool to drip wax from the molten pool onto the burning wick.
Delivery restrictions may apply: US Orders Only
Refund & return policy
Please reach out to us if there is an issue with your order. We will gladly refund on returned shipped product in good condition.
Exceptions may apply. Please message Evan for more information.
Bees & Beads is an Intentionally inspired company created by Laurene & Evan Nash.
The "Bees" of Bees & Beads was inspired by Laurene. She always had a strong desire to work with and help our bee friends and Beekeepers. We source directly from small beekeepers in the US supporting their family run operations. She creates beautifully inspired candles using several types of candle molds from different parts of the world. Each candle is hand poured and carefully hand finished. The beautiful honey fragrance and color of the beeswax changes with the season and the flowers the bees are pollinating.
Evan's "Beads" of Bees & Beads gemstone journey started several years ago. He was always interested in their physical and "meta-physical" properties but it wasn't until his hearing started diminishing (having surgery for a cochlear implant) that he used the creation of gemstone bracelets and necklaces as a tool for healing. Professionally having a background in Purchasing, Evan works with many of the top distributors of gemstones in the country that contract directly with the mines, sourcing both rare and very high quality gemstones.