Hello to all our wonderful Beelish customers. We will back at the 'Handmade in the Hunter Markets' at Sobel's Winery, Broke Road Pokolbin on SAT & SUN 3rd/4th October as well as SAT 10th October............. The markets have been set up with strict Covid 19 safety measures in place. PLEASE remember to maintain a Physical Distance of 1.5m between you and other family groups and to apply hand sanitiser when requested. If you have a cough or cold please visit us another day or order online. We look forward to seeing you up in the beautiful Hunter Valley - Please Note-: these dates are subject to Covid -19 restrictions and the weather !.


Why choose beeswax candles over paraffin?

Beeswax candles are more expensive compared with regular candles. Why should I choose Beeswax over the others?

Most candles sold commercially are made from paraffin - a petrochemical by-product. This oil-based, highly refined, petroleum by-product contains up to 11 toxic compounds and chemicals, such as benzene and toluene, that are emitted as toxic fumes.

To make paraffin based candles, a black sludge is treated with 100% industrial strength bleach to change its colour to white and another chemical, Acrolyn, is then added to solidify the white sludge.  Artificial dyes and synthetic fragrances, that are commonly added to paraffin candles, add to the environmental damage.  

'Beelish' candles are made from pure beeswax and cotton wicks...nothing else!

The colour variation you can see between different items comes from the pollen collected by the bees. That's how pure our beeswax is!

Because nothing else is added, as our candles burn you can smell a sweet natural honey aroma.

'Beelish' also uses cotton wicks in all our candles and if burned correctly (upright and out of a breeze) they will not drip or smoke.

Candle Care

Over time you may notice a whitish bloom on your beeswax candles. This is natural and not only proves that your candles are made from pure beeswax, but can be easily removed by gently warming the candle with a hairdryer set on low for a few seconds.


A Candle lover’s hint:

To remove any  wax residue from a candle place the item in the freezer to harden wax for 20 mins  ans scrape of the wax or heat wax with hairdryer and  press wax with paper towel before it hardens again.