Welcome to Antinanco Beeswax Products
We offer beeswax, aromatherapy and specialty candles and skin products, hand-made from 100% pure raw ubleached beeswax, infused with sustainably harvested plants and ethically produced oils and butters. There are zero artificial or synthetic substances, ingredients or additives in our products.
WE WILL BUY BACK OR GIVE CREDIT for all used/recycled beeswax that you return to us. Please do not throw it away
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When a beeswax candle burns, it acts like a natural air purifier, cleaning the air of dust, mold, bacteria and pollutants. That happens because beeswax produces negative ions when burning. These molecules relieve stress, boost energy and alertness levels, and also protect against airborne germs by attaching to positively charged ions that are holding other contaminants airborne. Our candles are also charged with Reiki energy.
When buying a beeswax candle, it is wise to ask about its compoMake sure when you buy a candle, it is made out of 100 percent beeswax. Unfortunately, a candle only needs to contain 51 percent beeswax to be labeled as a beeswax candle, the rest can be paraffin. So, always ask the question.
Aromatherapy candles are made from beeswax infused with essential oils. The aromatherapy candle’s scent triggers a response addressing various emotional and sometimes physical conditions.
Herbal and Specialty Candles
These candles are infused with healing plants, roots, barks and oils for the specific purpose for which the candle is made. The candle’s color, shape, herbs, aroma and energy charge gives each candle its own particular frequency, which helps to raise the energy vibrations and amplify its healing properties. We take special orders. Feel free to email us at with questions.
We Make Custom Candles and Baskets. Email us with questions at
What to Know About Using Candles Safely and Effectively
Candles are safe when burned properly. It’s important to remember that a burning candle is an open flame, and thus a potential fire hazard if not monitored carefully. When burning candles, follow these basic safety rules:
- Keep lighted candles within your sight. Never leave a burning candle unattended.
- Never burn a candle on or near anything that can catch fire.
- Keep candles out of the reach of children and pets.
- Trim wicks to ¼ inch prior to each use.
- Keep candles away from drafts and vents.
- Always use an appropriate candleholder placed on a stable, heat-resistant surface.
- Read and follow all safety labels carefully.
Among all of our candles, pillars seem to be the most popular. Here are some tips on how you can make the most out of the beeswax pillar candles. Remember, no artificial ingredients are added to beeswax, so these candles need a little bit of "tending to."
Pillars are designed to burn for long periods of time, at least 3-4 hours each time you light it. If you prefer burning your candle for a shorter time, tapers may be a better option.
Once you have a pillar lit, keep it burning until hot well of wax forms to the edge. Usually that takes up to two hours. Otherwise, the wax pool in the middle may create a block around the wick where it can receive no oxygen. Without ample oxygen, the fire may not be strong. Before extinguishing the candle, empty the liquid wax pool into an alumni foil. Never empty it into a sink, tub or toilet. Once solidified, wax will clog the piping.
If the flame is too large, it means the wick needs a trim. Extinguish the candle by dunking the wick into the wax pool, trim the wick to ¼ of an inch and relight.
If you fold warm wax into the wax pool, the candle consumes more wax and keeps the flame brighter. If you decide to leave a mantle, don’t let it get too deep is it will act as a chimney which means your candle may have to fight to breathe and it will smoke. Fold the wax a little.
If you can't relit the candle, don't despair. All that needs to be done is to first, remove wax around the base of the wick to expose about 1/8" of new wick. Then use a long fireplace match or a re-fillable long matchstick or a lighter and keep the flame on the wick and on the wax to melt some of the wax away from the base of the newly exposed wick. Only for about 5 -6 seconds
Hang on to your candle ends and send them back to us. Its been a tough year for the bees.