Beefayre Winter Berries Candle

13 Dec 2014

You should all know how much I love Beefayre by now...if you haven't seen my post about when I visited the lovely peeps at Beefayre HQ, you can read that here. Beefayre donate 3% of profits to help the bee conservation and have new scents out especially for this season.

I was sent their Winter Berries Candle* to try and of course, I love it! The Winter Berries scent is a rich, warming scent with spicy hints of cinnamon - my favourite at this time of year! This is going to be perfect for Christmas day! Beefayre's candles are made with natural plant wax, cotton wicks and recycled jars - which can be reused when you've burned the whole candle too as tea light holders or pretty drinking glasses!
One of the things I love about the Beefayre candles is the botanical print on the glass which is designed by the owner of Beefayre herself, Sharon Jervis! Each candle has a different design depending on the candle so this one features lots of winter berries & of course, bees!

The approximate burn time is 50 hours and they cost £14.95. Beefayre also have a whole other range of scents from their Winter collection including Frankincense & Myrrh, Clementine & Clove and Winter Scent. I need to stock up on their tea lights too, you get three for £6.95 and they burn for around 8 hours each. I love lighting these around the house as it makes me feel really warm, cosy & festive!

Amber

*PR Sample
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4 comments :

  1. Aww that looks so lovely! So cosy and festive! I think these are very reasonably priced and I would love to re-use those pretty jars for something *heads off to website to place order* :-) I don't see why us natural girls should miss out on lovely smelling candles, do you know if these are less 'toxic' in the way they are scented/burn? You maybe mentioned that in a previous post and I've forgotten, sorry! Rach xx

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  2. This looks and sounds lovely! xxx
    www.justemma.co.uk

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  3. I loved the candle I had from them previously and love the sound of winter berries, how perfect! :) Xx

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