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As a blogger I spend a lot of time reading other blogs. I love showing my support to my fellow blogging gals and love finding new products to try out myself. Recently With Love From Lou was sharing her new Kiss Air Candles. The candle and wax hoarder in me just had to place an order for some wax melts.
About Kiss Air Candles
Kiss Air Candles are a UK company run by sisters in Cambridgeshire. They sell candles, wax melts and reed diffusers as well as a monthly subscription service. All the products come in a huge range of scents and there is a fragrance for everyone on the site. Everything is handmade using natural soy wax and is vegetarian and vegan friendly.
My Kiss Air Candles wax melts order
I have six wax melts from Kiss Air Candles in a range of scents to really try out the brand.
- Earl Grey Tea – black tea and zesty bergamot.
- Really Rhubarb – freshly cut rhubarb.
- Sleepyhead – lavender, chamomile and vanilla.
- Faraway Shores – coconut, lemon, mandarin, pineapple, amber and vanilla.
- Pink Peony – peony, apple and amber.
- Vitamin Sea – sea salt and driftwood.
Kiss Air Candles wax melts review
I really love the cute packaging of the Kiss Air Candles wax melts. The pots are sturdy and air tight and you can easily see which scent is which.
Whilst cold the waxes smell amazing and they smell just as good once they are melting. The fragrance is so strong and easily fills my large living room. Their website does say they are strong but you can never be sure just how true that is can you! I cut each melt into four pieces and that is more than enough. The wax holds its fragrance for 30 hours of burning time, I’m actually finding some last much longer than that which is brilliant.
Whilst all of the wax melts smell amazing I have two firm favourites. Really Rhubarb is gorgeous, the sharp and fruity scent of my favourite fruit. Vitamin Sea has a unique, fresh and clean scent that I can’t get enough of.
Each of the Kiss Air Candles wax melts pots are £1.95, great value for money considering how much use you get out of one pot.
I can’t wait to try more of their scents and possibly some of the super-instagrammable candles too.
Which do you prefer, wax melts or candles? Have you tried anything from Kiss Air Candles?