Create Calm with Queen Bee 100% Natural Beeswax Candles

Posted by Olivia Halle on

100% pure Australian beeswax with a pure cotton wick.

These candles by Queen Bee will change the ambience of your space immediately.

pillars & tapers

Elegant natural beeswax are great for dinning, by your bedside, to accompany you in the bath, or during meditation. 

Hand poured in NSW, they help to purify the air & have a lovely light honey scent.

Beeswax Dinner Candles
Beeswax Pillars
Candle Holder Glass
Ceramic candle holder

 Your beeswax candles will not only benefit your health (by purifying the air you breath), but also help the environment (no toxic smoke), regional Australia (supporting beekeepers and their communities) and a talented community of artisans (who assist with the making of Queen B candles).

Brass Lighter

Brass Lighter


Beeswax Dinner Candles

Beeswax Dinner Candles



(words by QueenBee)

Beeswax candles burn smoke free and purify the air when burned. How do they purify the air? Beeswax is a natural ioniser - emitting negative ions when burned.

Other natural ionisers include moving water (oceans, waterfalls, rain etc) and plants. Short of setting up a waterfall or rainforest in your living room, or buying an expensive electric ioniser, burning beeswax candles is the simplest and most effective way of purifying the air that you breathe.

It has been scientifically proven that the only fuel known to mankind to produce a balanced negative ion is pure beeswax. And what is even more astonishing is that a pure beeswax candle burns the dust and toxic fumes drawing them closer to the candle through the force of convection - you will notice that the dustier your environment, the darker the pool of wax around the wick of your candle.

Scientists have proven that anything floating in the air, does so because it is 'positively charged' - this includes dusts, pollens, nasty odours, viruses, bacteria, germs and even toxic residues and emissions from household furnishings. Odours remain because they have a positive charge. All of these toxins present a potential health risk as they live in the air you breathe. Beeswax, when burned, emits negative ions which bind with the positive ions, creating a complete molecule, which is heavier than air and thus falls to the ground.