... This year it seems like wax melts have really caught my attention. Maybe it's because I don't need to worry about a burning flame in my room? Of course wax melts might not necessarily feel as aesthetically pleasing in comparison to a burning candle in a dimmed lit room, but they're still a great alternative.
Wax melts come in all sorts of flavours and smells, the great thing is you don't need to continually purchase within one brand either. Wax melts are easily found in home departments of stores, the one I own I purchased from my local ASDA. My preference at the moment is the Yankee Candle Simply Home wax melts which usually retail for £1 or so each. If you haven't heard of Yankee Candles before *yasp* where have you been?
At the moment I'm really enjoying scents that are sweet smelling. Perhaps it's because Summer is here (even though here in the UK at the moment we see more rain and humidity than anything else right now!) Margarita Party reminds reminds me of a particular scent from a drink I constantly drank on my last holiday to Cuba. Noo, it wasn't a margarita, even though it was the same colour as this wax melt! Pink Grapefruit is one that I've used before too, it's a really refreshing citrus scent without smelling like a cleaning product haha. Finally Sage and White Tea is a new one that I haven't used before and at the time of writing this post I still haven't used it, but i'm eagerly awaiting to do so. This isn't as sweet as the other two wax melts, but its still a pleasing scent! It's not really the scent you expect from something that's labelled as 'tea' - but i'm not complaining.
Do you use wax melts? I'm interested to discover other branded wax melts too!