Walk In The Woods Scented Soy & Beeswax Melt


Earn up to 7 Points.

Walk In The Woods defined as a blend of seasoned pine, oak, cedar bark and holly is the fragrance used to scent your choice of brick or fluted soy & beeswax melt. Our melts are made with a lower melt point soy wax which allows them liquefy easily and to release scent faster.
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Fragrance Narrative – Walk In The Woods
Woodsy blend of seasoned pine, oak, cedar bark and holly
• Natural soy and beeswax blend
• Phthalate free fragrance oil


3oz Brick Melt

Soy & Beeswax Scented Brick Melt

• Each shell holds six – ½ oz square melts
• 25+ hours

6oz Fluted Melt

Soy & Beeswax Scented Fluted Melt

• Each pkg. holds six – 1 oz fluted melts
• 50+ hours

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Burning Instructions

Melted wax is not for use on body.
Palm pillar candles burn in a slightly different manner as compared to traditional paraffin wax pillar candles.

When used properly, your pillar will burn leaving a ½” shell. Always place pillar on a heat resistant plate and trim wick(s) to ¼”.

The initial lighting and first burn is important as this will set into motion your pillars “burning memory”. Allow the candle to burn at least one hour for each inch of its diameter or until the melt pool extends to within ½” from the sides.

Extinguish, cool, trim wick and relight.

Customer Tip – Recycle palm pillar candles into a forever pillar candles!
Once the wax of the pillar candle has burned away, forever illuminate the shell by inserting a scented palm votive candle that is placed inside a glass votive holder. Utilizing a votive candle, will allow you to change fragrances as desired.


Before lighting, votive candles must be placed into a tight fitting container. Unlike a pillar candle, votive candles are not free standing, they will burn similar to a jar candle, meaning that all of the wax will liquefy.

If you were to place a votive candle on a saucer for instance, quickly you would end up with a puddle of wax.