Watermelon Margarita Wax Melt Snap Bar XL
Crunchy watermelon and honeydew are sitting on a throne of green leaves, sweetened with orange juice and fresh raspberries. Delicate petals of lilies fall around as the heart of lychee blends effortlessly with a base of vanilla cream.
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Strong and long lasting wax melts for the home.
We use a high performance wax and professional-grade perfume oils.
Large 100g NET weight and an impressive 60-80 hours burn time.
Handmade and Handpoured In Derbyshire By Nuscents.
Suitable for Tealight Burners and Electric Warmers.
Vegan Friendly and Cruelty-Free wax and oils.
So how do you use a Nuscents Wax Melt?
Simply snap off desired amount of your wax melt and add to the top of your Wax Warmer and place an unscented tealight in the burner so the wax releases this gorgeous fragrance, light then sit back and enjoy. Because our wax melts are highly fragranced, you can continue remelting until you can no longer smell the scent.
We recommend using a tealight or electric wax warmer with a minimum 12cm height to melting pot with any wax because shorter burners (oil burners) heat the wax to too high a temperature which is potentially more dangerous and reduces burning time. Never burn a tealight burner for more than four hours at a time because it can overheat and cause cracks.
We take every precaution to ensure our products arrive in one piece, however from time to time you may find a break or two in a bar, due to their intrinsic, delicate design. Find out how to store your wax melts.
About Nuscents and our wax
All of our wax melts and product ranges are handmade in Derbyshire. Each scent is tested thoroughly in a range of electric and tealight wax warmers. To maintain the highest possible quality, we test in different room and temperature settings.
Our story began in 2018 and we've developed our bestselling wax melts hugely in that time. Because of the handmade nature of our products and screen resolution, you may notice a slight variation in the colour of our wax melts.