Beeswax Votive Candle Refill - Pure & Natural Honey Co
Beeswax Votive Candle Refill - Pure & Natural Honey Co
Beeswax Votive Candle Refill - Pure & Natural Honey Co

Beeswax Votive Candle Refill

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Enjoy the warmth, welcoming atmosphere and subtle scent of honey in your home with our beautiful votive candles. 

All our candles are hand poured with 100% natural beeswax from our apiary.   We use no pesticides, fertilisers or chemicals giving you a toxic free burn.  Once lit, these votive candles will eliminate pollutants, dust and pollen from the air while also neutralising any negative ions.  We use only 100% cotton wicks that will burn longer and brighter without the need for toxic chemicals.

Our votive candles must be burnt inside of a votive cup.  First purchase either our starter pack with reusable glass holders or glass votive holders before purchasing our refill packs.  Our votive glass holders are re-usable. When the candle has finished burning, you will be left with a little metal disc in the bottom - the wick sustainer. Simply pop the cup into the freezer overnight and then tap the cup upside down on a benchtop the next day allowing the metal disc (and any remaining wax) to fall out. Then you can purchase our naked refills and pop them into your glass cups


Why Pure and Natural Honey Co Candles

  • 100 % Natural West Australian Beeswax
  • Hand poured
  • No palm oil, canola oil or paraffin
  • Natural honey scent
  • Free of pesticides
  • Kind to the bees and the planet


Beeswax Votive Refills

Burn Time: 12 - 15 hours

Material: 100% Beeswax and led-free Cotton Wicks


  • Votives must be burnt in their cup as they are designed to fully liquify
  • Burn for a minimum of 2 hours each time you light, to allow your candle to burn all the way to the edge.  
  • When extinguishing your candle for best candle care do not blow out.  For a better burn, use the end of any pointer like object (we use the end of a pen or bamboo skewer), to gently dunk the wick in the wax pool. This stops the wick from smoking and keeps it strong for maximum burn time.