Coexist 100% Beeswax Candle - Made in USA - 4 The Greater Good

Coexist 100% Beeswax Candle - Made in USA - 4 The Greater Good

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Beeswax Candles are beautiful and the cleanest and longest lasting candle to burn. These beautiful lotus flower beeswax candles are made in Ithaca, NY by a fair wage employer using solar power to provide energy for their business.

These candles are 100% beeswax from the USA and the wicks are made of cotton. You can feel good about who you are spending your money with when you choose to purchase these beeswax lotus flower candles 

More poignant than ever in these times, the Coexist in Peace Pillar celebrates diversity and evokes the spirit of unity.  Carved in-house, this beautiful and intricate design features the symbols of 8 of the world’s major religions carved into the side of the candle overlayed onto a peace sign.  The word “Coexist” is carved along the bottom of the candle.  The different symbols glow beautifully as the candle burns down.  Our Beeswax Coexist in Peace Pillar is crafted with 100% pure beeswax and a lead-free cotton wick.

Item# 561
Diameter: 2.75″
Height: 4.75″
Burn Time: 60 hours


Why We Like This Product: After much research around candles we have decided that beeswax candles are the cleanest burning and therefore best choice for indoor air quality. We also like that these candles have cotton wicks and beeswax is the longest burning and hardest wax.  

Why We Love This Product: The company that makes these candles are amazing and they are 100% powered by renewable energy. They recycle, compost, and reuse packing materials. They reuse and recycle almost all wax to create a virtually zero waste production process.

How to Care for Your Beeswax Candle: Trim the wick to 1/4" before lighting. If your wick is too long it will cause a larger candle flame causing wax to melt past the edge of the candle and drip. Keep your candle wick at 1/4". Allow your candle to burn for at least 2 hours at a time to allow the wax to melt out to the edges of the candle to ensure an even burn and to prevent tunneling (when the wick gets too far down into the candle center.)