why bee inspired

to bee or not to bee, that is the question?





  • beeswax has been used for candle-making since the time of the “newly-built” Egyptian pyramids.
  • beeswax is the only wax that exists in nature.
  • beeswax comes from bees.  A critical and natural part of our eco system and is a renewable resource.
  • beeswax is non-carcinogenic and non-toxic.
  • contains no lead, benzene, stearic acid or other chemicals found in many other candles.
  • burns clean with little or no soot.
  • naturally emits a honey scent with no artificial additives.
  • beeswax has been reported to clean the air naturally of dust, allergens, odors, toxins, molds, and viruses, bringing a sense of wellness to your surroundings.
  • beeswax actually emits negative ions and is a natural air purifier.  For allergy sufferers this means that these could actually help.
  • beeswax has a high melting point.  This means you candle burns longer...up to 70% longer than paraffin wax candles.  They burn even longer than soy candles.
  • burns brighter, in the same light spectrum as the sun
  • beeswax is naturally drip less