ABOUT WAX + WICK WORKSHOP
W + W Workshop was created from the love of simple design and natural living. W + W bring a refreshing new perspective to the candle industry by incorporating simple Danish design, sustainability and high quality.
“Sustainability is our core concept and is brought into every step from creating to disposing our products. We believe in taking the art of candle making back to basics with only two ingredients… oils and soy wax -meaning no palm oil, artificial or synthetic colours.
We strongly believe in contributing to the circular economy and minimising waste, that’s why we have teamed up with our local London pubs, to create a candle from repurposed wine bottles.”
They’ve also recently expanded and launch our new natural Soap + Scrub range made to nourish your summer skin filled with essentials oils.
You can find the Wax + Wick Workshop pop-up shop at 11 Dukes Lane until 30th August.
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