Wax melts that look as good as they smell

College Green wax melts look as good as they smell! 

Each melt contains dried botanicals that slowly reveals as the wax melts, then float gently in the wax while it infuses your room with scent.

The botanicals vary according to the fragrance, so in Cotswold Bluebell you'll find a sprinkling of bright blue cornflowers. Parisian Spring has a colourful floral mix including rose, calendula and lavender, and Christmas Spice contains a whole star anise that looks like a star, sitting in the wax.

College Green Wax Warmer gift sets come complete with a white ceramic warmer, a selection of six scented melts and a tea light. The scents change with the seasons and are made with the same high quality fragrance oils in College Green candles.

The contents are vegan, palm oil free, contain no SLS or parabens, and all packaging is plastic free and recyclable.

    What is a wax warmer & wax melt?

    A wax melt is like a candle without a wick - each one is made of wax that's infused with fragrance, just as scented candles are.

    To use a wax melt you'll need a wax warmer.  At the bottom of the warmer there's a place to put a tea light, and a dish on the top that holds the melt. 

    Once lit the tea light gently warms the dish which in turn melts the wax, releasing the fragrance into the room.

    When the tea light goes out the melt will start to cool and solidify. It will stay like that in the dish until the tea light is re-lit or replaced.

    Each melt will fragrance a room for many hours, and once the fragrance has started to fade it's easy to remove the wax and replace it with another melt (I make use of my old melts by putting them in a scrunched up newspaper as a fire lighter).

    College Green wax warmer sets make great gifts - especially for someone who's difficult to buy for. Wax warmer fans will often have one in every room, matching the scents to the room - lavender for the bedroom, peppermint & eucalyptus for the bathroom and a seasonal scent for the living room.