Friday, 23 May 2014

Kiss Air Candles Wax Melt - Thai Lime & Mango


Like me, I'm pretty sure you guys are a sucker for anything beautifully scented or any fragrance that is going to make your home smell wonderful, which is why I wanted to share with you all this amazing wax tart from Kiss Air Candles. I received this cute little heart shaped wax melt as a little gift in the goody bag from the Northampton Blogger Meet, and it really does smell as good as it looks.

This green wax melt has the fragrance of 'Thai Lime and Mango' and it smells so wonderful; Think of a scent that's a little zesty, sweet and refreshing all at the same time. This is such a perfect smell for spring/summer and although this tart is small, it's really strong smelling; You don't even have to melt it in order for you to get a whiff of its fragrance, so when it's melted it really does fill up the whole room with its gorgeous smell - Honestly guys I love the smell of this so much!

What's even more amazing is that these wax melts only retail for £1.25 each, which I think is such great value for money - Most great smelling candles can be ridiculously expensive. I had never heard of Kiss Air Candles before receiving this in my goody bag, but I've had a good browse on their website and some of the scented candles they have sound incredible. I've also noticed that they have a candle in the 'Thai Lime & Mango' fragrance, so I'm keen to pick it up so I can burn it on those warm summer evenings.

If your a fan of candles and gorgeous scented things, then take a little look at the Kiss Air Candle's website. I would love to know if you've tried any of the candles and what scents your loving?


Lots of Love





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4 comments

  1. Oh my gosh I love wax tarts.. they're my favourite, I much prefer them to candles! xxxx

    Gemma // Miss Makeup Magpie

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  2. I haven't burned mine yet but when we were filling the goody bags my room smelt so good!

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