How To Use Scented Wax Bars, Wax Brittle & Wax Melt Tarts


We often get asked about our different wax products and how they differ to traditional candles.

Wax melts and wax bars have seen a meteoric rise in popularity in recent years, perhaps owing to their ease of use.

First of all, you will need a Wax Melter. These come in a variety of shapes, styles and designs but it is imperative you choose one designed for Wax Melts as any other type of burner can lead to your wax reaching a much higher temperature than it is designed to, which as well as being potentially dangerous, burns your scent much quicker than it should do.

Ensure your burner is placed in a flat position away from the reach of children and pets. Do not place directly onto surfaces, use a coaster or a burner stand to avoid your surfaces overheating. 

You then need to choose your wax and break off just enough for your melter. Our Diamond Wax Bars come in slabs, but each section is enough for your wax burner - however this should not hang over your melter dish. 

In the base of a standard burner, light an unscented tealight and wait for your wax to begin to melt. 

Once you've finished, make sure you've blown out the tealight. Then leave your burner to cool for a minimum of one hour before touching.