Beeswax tealight candles

G Magazine

Here's G's pick of three of the best beeswax tealight candles.


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Beeswax tealight candles (the eco candle option) emit a pleasant, light honey scent without the use of added fragrances and have a deep creamy-coloured wax, so the light they produce is a warm golden glow.

Northern Light:

As the only company producing 100 per cent Aussie certified organic beeswax candles with a zero carbon footprint, Northern Light tealights are hard to beat. Due to concern over environmental effects of aluminium mining, reusable tin cups are used.
$20 for 10 candles (22 cents per hour)

The Honey Farm:

Tasmania has a great reputation for clean, green products. Made with 100 per cent pure Tasmanian beeswax, the burn time on these candles is approximately four hours – the perfect amount of time for a dinner party (or your Earth Hour party)!
$8.95 for 7 candles (31 cents per hour)

Queen B

Each Queen B candle is hand-made with 100 per cent pure Australian beeswax. The aluminium cups of these tealights are made to be reused each time (a bag of 25 refills is $62.50, or 28 cents per hour). Any leftover beeswax is so natural it can be used as lip balm! $24.95 for 9 candles (31 cents per hour)

Click here to see why beeswax candles are the most eco-friendly candle option in our Versus on Parrafin Vs soy Vs palm oil Vs beeswax candles.