The white powder that develops on beeswax candles is called bloom. It only appears on candles made with pure beeswax. If you prefer to remove the white bloom, you can gently use low heat from a hair dryer, a cloth...or your hand. However, since our candles are made with pure beeswax, the bloom will return in a few days (or a few weeks). It’s just the nature of beeswax, and one way to be sure the candle contains pure beeswax.
We have a wonderful partnership with a family-owned box company to manufacture our boxes. They were custom-designed for Pellar Fox, and have passed extensive drop testing. The Box Material is guaranteed to come from sustainably managed forests. The tissue paper we wrap our beeswax candles in, is acid-free and printed with soy ink. Every time we place an order for the tissue paper, a tree is planted to contribute to reforestation.
If you're interested in a custom order, we'd love to hear from you! Send us a message via our Contact Us page, and tell us the details. Please note: Production times may vary, due to the handcrafted nature of our products.
Our tapers, pillars, votives and unscented candles are nothing but pure domestic beeswax...straight from the hive. Our scented candles and beeswax melts have been carefully crafted to be free of parabens, dyes, petroleum or phthalates
Yes, it is! A pure beeswax candle is a beautiful light source...that helps clean the air! Similar to a Himalayan Salt Lamp, pure beeswax candles release negative ions that bond to the positively-charged ions polluting the air. The result is cleaner air! Your candle has effectively helped remove common allergens like dander and dust. Yay!
You sure can! Pellar Fox recognizes the importance of recycling glass. We purchase our glassware from an American company who focuses on being eco-friendly and environmentally safe. Not only can you recycle the glass, but you can reuse it! It’s a great vessel for a succulent or a small bouquet of flowers.
This doesn't always happen, but it's normal behavior for beeswax candles. Beeswax shrinks as it cools, which will sometimes cause it to crack. We choose to avoid using additives to soften the beeswax, so this may happen from time to time. If your beeswax candle has cracked after you put it out, simply trim the wick and light it again as usual. It won't affect the performance, and the crack will fill in with the newly melted beeswax.
Thank you for asking! At this time, we aren’t offering private labeling, but we do welcome wholesale clients. If you'd like more information about this, or how Pellar Fox products are sold..please send us a message. We'd love to hear from you!
We recommend candle hugging for all of our beeswax pillars. This is a technique that helps the pillar maintain a consistent flame and consume all of the available beeswax. After you've extinguished the flame and the candle is still slightly warm, gently press the sides towards the center. Be careful not to press too far inward, or the wick may accidentally drown during the next burn.