When your house is clean and smells great you know the job is done. After we have finished cleaning, we love to light candles and with the cats in our house, we have stopped. We don't want them to catch on fire or worse yet burn the house down. That is where Happy Wax comes in, a safer way to get a candle smell in a sense.

Why is this so much safer, for one there's no flame it's all melted by a light, so there's no need to worry about it being knocked over and the house going up. The wax will be hot and children should not touch it.  Another great thing is all the waxes can be mixed together, to make a really great smell.

The waxes are all natural and let's not forget that they are a cute little teddy bear.  Easy to use and the smells are great, people have asked us where the smell comes from and we tell them our little happy wax .

Happy Wax – Lavender Chamomile

No spa scent collection would be complete without the ultimate stress-fighters: Lavender and Chamomile. If you don’t have a wax warmer in your bedroom yet, these melts will make you want one! A soothing, delicate blend of essential oils including cedarwood, chamomile, eucalyptus, lavender, and orange. Lavender Chamomile melts are our absolute favorite for winding down after a long day. Every standard-sized tin of Happy Wax contains approximately 24 bear-shaped melts.



If you love fresh, clean scents like cotton and linen, Baby Powder is a unique alternative you're sure to love.  Don't let the simple name fool you–while this does smell just like baby powder (!), it's actually a complex blend of white cedar, ylang ylang, cypress, and musk. Unlike Lemon Verbena's more zesty notes (also in our “Fresh” scent family), Baby Powder has a distinctly calming effect on a room.

Our team pours all of our melts by hand in our shop in Durham, North Carolina and prides itself on delivering the highest quality soy melts on the market.

For all the beautiful scents and more head on over, to Happy Wax


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