Fragrance Family: Sweet / Fruit
The delicate aroma of black tea complimented by the sweet, tart contrast of the exotic lychee fruit makes this fragrance a bold and uplifting scent.
“"The perfect soy melts with incredible scent. It lasts ages and I have been buying these melts for few years now and nothing else is as good."
"It's a really lovely smell and I liked it so much. It makes the room smell amazing just sat there on the piano so I've no need even to light it yet. Fantastic value for money!"
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Why will I love Skye’s wax melt cubes?
* Made from natural soy wax
* Soy melts designed & curated in New Zealand
* 20g samples last up to 20 hours
* 85g wax melts last up to 200 hours
* Scented with Premium Fragrance Oils
* Environment-friendly packaging
* Long-lasting scents
Do you have any other products in Lychee and Black Tea scents?
Check out our Scented Soy Candles and Scented Soy Tea lights
Where are these wax melt cubes made?
All our products are made in a city we chose to call our home, Wellington, New Zealand.
How to use the wax melt cubes?
Place one wax cube into a warmer (do not add water) and light an unscented tea light candle, or use the electric or plug-in warmers. As the wax slowly melts, the fragrance is released.
Why do your wax melt cubes smell amazing?
Each of our melts is lovingly hand-poured for high quality and long-lasting scent. We only use 100% natural soy wax and premium fragrances to make our impressive melts. Soy wax holds aromas well, and due to the low melting point of the wax, the fragrance oils can be released slowly to live up to their full potential.
How to remove wax melt cubes from the warmer?
Place some cotton balls in the wax, when turning off your burner, which will absorb the warm wax easily. Alternatively, place the burner dish in the freezer for about 10 minutes, then pop the melts out with your thumbs or lightly tap the burner on your counter. Do not leave it in the freezer too long or it may crack when you remove it.
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