Cherry Blossom Wax Melts
These Japanese Cherry Blossom wax melts are an oriental and sexy perfection. A delicate scent of pink Japanese cherry blossom and fragrant mimosa blossom petals, on base notes of vanilla, Tonka bean, and oriental woods. A personal favourite. A cherry blossom is a flower produced on several trees of genus Prunus family. The most common species is the Japanese cherry, alternatively called sakura. Part of our Floral Wax Melts range. Lift your mood with our “cherry blossom” wax melts. Add a little or a lot depending on your room size. Browse our “Shot Pots” to sample our scents and switch to our larger “Snap Pots” once you’ve found your favorites! Wax Melts offer an affordable way to fragrance your home and give you that bit of pride when you open the door to your visitors.
A few reasons to give our products a go:
Ease of use Each wax melt is packaged in its own tub, so if you only use a little, you can just pop the lid back on. No more messy cellophane bags or shrink wrap. Quality We only use the highest quality ingredients, and we listen to your feedback. If you feel a product is not up to scratch, we will do our best to rectify this. You are our testers. We rely on your honesty to help weed out the inadequate fragrances. Test Test Test We test all of our fragrances before they make it to the website. If a product ever fails a quality test, either by us or by you, it will be discontinued immediately.
What are wax melts?
Wax Melts, are an amazing alternative to scented candles, in addition to this, they are safer to use. First, they are fast melting. Pop one into your wax warmer, grab a cuppa and upon your return, your room has filled with fragrance. Finally, they’re so easy to use compared to candles because they require no wick trimming. As a result, they are essentially a wick-less candle. Our 6 segment snap pots are brilliant, just snap off a chunk or two, pop them into your wax approved warmer, and wait for the fragrance to fill your room. We find that two segments are just the right amount for our wax approved oil burner. Some wax warmers are operated by a tealight candle, however, in contrast to that, and my favourite choice, some are plugin. We have found during extensive testing that the scent lasts a little longer in electric warmers, but consequently throws a little stronger in tealight burners. In conclusion, heat or melt the wax to release the fragrance. Replace wax after the fragrance has completely diminished.
How much wax should I use?
Room size plays a massive role in the amount of wax that you use in your warmer. For large rooms with high ceilings, we recommend using ½ to a whole shot pot, (or 2 wax melt segments). For average/small room use ¼ to ½ (or 1 segment). How long do wax melts last? This depends massively on the wax warmer that you use so we wouldn’t like to have a guess, but if you don’t get a full 8 hours minimum, from each melt, please let us know so we can discontinue that particular fragrance as it does not pass our quality testing. If you’re not happy, then neither are we. What’s the size difference between snap pots and shot pots? Because our product is handcrafted, no two melts are ever the same, as a guide, shot pots are approximately 20g, snap pots approximately 47g
How do I remove old wax from my wax melter?
Easy! First, wait for your wax to solidify and completely cool. Next, turn on your wax warmer for 1-2 minutes, just long enough to melt the underside of the wax allowing it to slide right out.