CHOE's beeswax body candles are natural products that provide a luxury skin care. They have moisturizing, healing, antibacterial & antioxidant properties. Natural beeswax is formed almost entirely of fatty acids, chain alcohols and includes large amounts of esters, most of them highly beneficial to the human biosystem. The high vitamin A content stimulate the production of skin cells and provides a film protection while still allowing skin to breathe. CHOE's beeswax body candles are composed by certified, skin friendly ingredients. A blend of 100% pure beeswax, almond oil and fragrance oil.
This CHOE’s candle is purred with Mediterranean aromas and possesses a unique design that manifests simplicity.
300 ml - 170 ml
After about 5 min, of burning, CHOE’s body candles create a burn pool. That, makes a wonderful massage oil for personal and professional use. It is easily & smoothly absorbed into the skin, leaving it soft, nourished and rejuvenated. CHOE’s body candles burn at a cooler temperature (about 30 ̊C), and so have a cooler burn pool than typical candles on the market. This makes them safe to use while burning.
- Use frequently small quantity of liquid wax to avoid high temperature and achieve a proper use.
- If wicks get too long cut gently with sharp scissors, to avoid getting lost beneath the pool of wax.
- Do not burn, your body candle, more than 20 minutes if not remove the liquid wax.
- Discontinue use when only 1cm of wax remains in bottom.
- Cotton wicks - Lead Free
Beeswax is a complex substance that is composed of more than 300 different ingredients. This gives it a chemical composition too complicated to be artificially recreated. The main chemical elements that compose it are oxygen, hydrogen, and carbon but also it contains about 15 different chemical compounds of fatty acids, esters and saturated hydrocarbons, most of them highly beneficial to the human biosystem. The first wax scales of a honeycomb's structure are colorless, then becoming white and progressively more yellow due to pollen oils and propolis. The composition and color may vary depending on the colony's special features or specific environmental conditions.