Hi honey, I’m home (fragrance)
Can we talk about bees? It might seem to be the wrong time of year to raise this topic because summertime’s more in keeping with busy bees pollinating wild flowers and crops, not wintery, blossom-barren January. But bees are a forever-relevant topic, summer, winter and spring. The population of bees are declining, especially bumblebees, and changes in agriculture techniques are not helping, according to the Bumblebee Conservation Trust. If you want to do more to save bees from further decline, click this “get involved” link.
As for honeybees, where would we be without them? No honey on toast or sweet-scented accessories. Bring us to the beehive, we’ve got some honey delights (candles and perfumes) to discover:
Toast Large Stubby Beeswax Candles, £18.50.
Subtle honey scent and reassuring sturdiness, these dipped candles (pure English beeswax from Yorkshire) come in pairs in a recycled brown paper box. These ones burn beautifully and evenly. Gift them to the ones you love or treat yourself to some honeyed happiness at home.
It is a happy box indeed thanks to this beautiful honey-scented candle and its fabulously floral notes of Lily. Not just a delightful candle, you can also dip your fingers into the warm wax (100% natural plant wax) once the flame has gone out and use as a massage oil to leave skin nourished and scented.
Sweet, acacia honeyed notes playfully embrace blossoms and the succulent delights of Nectarine, Peach and Cassis. Its fragrance is both mellow and bright – ideal when you want to wind down or perk up.
Chase away dark winter days with the this sunshine-y, uplifting Honey and floral scented cologne. Light, delicate and playful, the fragrance is a pure hit of holiday vibes.
Buzz, buzz, go the bees around this honeyed fragrance. The attraction factor is high: the freshness of Green Pear, Mandarin and an abundance of Orange Blossom, Peach, Honey, Vanilla and Wood.
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