Dilecta

Angels

This wax melt is inspired by a well known ladies fragrance. With Oriental Gourmand, and a delicate blend of scents that include Honey, Exotic Fruits and Caramel that enhance the background hints of Vanilla and Patchouli.

£5.00

2 in stock

Angels

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Description

This wax melt is inspired by a well known ladies fragrance. With Oriental Gourmand, and a delicate blend of scents that include Honey, Exotic Fruits and Caramel that enhance the background hints of Vanilla and Patchouli.

Made of high-quality Rapeseed oil and Coconut oil wax for long-lasting fragrance, Dilecta Scent blocks are composed of 6 break-apart cubes designed to be used with wax warmers.

As the cubes melt, they fill your space with our exclusive scents which we are sure will delight you in so many ways.  Safe to use — no wick, flame, smoke or soot.

  • Handmade Coconut & Rapeseed based Wax Melt 
  • Releases fragrance up to 55 hours
  • Hand Poured in the UK
  • Recyclable plastic container with lid
  • Approx. 70g

How to use your Dilecta Wax Melts
You can split your 65g wax melt into 6 equal pieces and use 1 or 2 pieces at a time, You can keep re-melting the wax until the scent is gone or until you fancy a change. Changing the wax is easy, you can turn on your melter for around 60 seconds and then simply scoop out the wax. (Ensure the wax isn’t hot liquid) If required, you can wipe the bowl with a tissue.

About Dilecta
All of our wax melts are handmade using a blend of Coconut & Rapeseed Oil in Penrith, Cumbria. We make sure all our wax melts are tested and are stable in a number of environments using the right amount of fragrance oil to ensure you get the best possible product every time.

CLP
Contains COUMARIN, ETHYL LINALOOL, HEXYL CINNAMAL,
LINALYL ACETATE. May produce an allergic reaction. Safety data
sheet available on request.

Keep out of reach of Children. Safety data sheet available on request.

Additional information

Weight 0.065 kg

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