Recycled scented soy tin candle – small

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Made from natural soy wax, these gorgeous scented candles are made using recycled tins and wax. They would make a wonderful addition to your home, or a lovely gift. Perfect for anyone who enjoys candles, or likes to have a sweet smelling home.

Each candle is hand poured, and made with premium quality, 100% vegetable soy wax. Made from pure soybean oil, soy wax is a natural, chemical free, biodegradable, renewable resource. The tins are fully recyclable, and are individually embellished with a decorative paper trim. This can easily be removed for safety, and to make recycling easier. Each candle burns for approximately 15 hours and the tin measures 35mm high and 50mm wide.

Treat yourself to a nice hot bubble bath, light a Rose in Thorns soy tin candle, and let all your worries just melt away. Once lit, the gentle flicker of candlelight casts a warm glow, and slowly releases fragrance throughout the room.

Just pop the lid back on the candle when not in use to keep the fragrance in, and stop dust collecting. There's no need for a plate or dish, just place the tin directly onto a stable, heat resistant surface away from any flammable objects. Remember, NEVER leave a burning candle unattended, and keep out of reach of children and pets.

Choose from one of the following fragrances: rose, frangipani and white tea & ginger. Please specify preferred fragrance in notes to seller when ordering

If for any reason you are unhappy with your candle, return it to us and we will refund the purchase price (excluding postage costs).

Payment options

  • Cash on pick-up
  • Bank deposit
  • PayPal
  • Credit card via PayPal

Shipping details

  • Ships from Christchurch, New Zealand.
  • $3.50 Standard post within NZ
    (Free with another item)
  • $5.00 Courier within NZ
    (Free with another item)
  • Rural delivery charge applies.
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