Winter Wonder | Wax Melt

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Winter Wonder — It's a wonderful winter wonder; the invigorating scent of snow covered evergreens, the balsam fir needles, pine, and frosty cedarwood swirl in the snowy, airy freshness.

Fir, Evergreen, Ozone Grapefruit, Balsam Evergreen, Cedarwood

Our Wax Melts are easy to use and ultra-fragrant! Wax Melts do not have wicks. Place them in either warmers that use tea lights or electric warmers where flames are not an option.

Kringle Candle Winter Wonder Label
  • 2.25oz 6-piece wax melt
  • Burn time: Re-meltable
  • Kringle's Signature White Paraffin Wax
  • Use anywhere in your home where candles would be used
  • Mix pieces of wax potpourri melts from different fragrances to create unique aromatic blends
  • Fragrance oil is maximum potency fragrance made with natural ingredients
Designed, formulated & tested by Mike Kittredge III (Son of Michael Kittredge II, Founder of Yankee Candle). Proudly Made in the USA.
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Scents are amazing. Long lasting.

I recommend this product

Fresh and airy outdoor feels!

Winter Wonder delivers on bringing the outside in for the winter. There is the airy fragrance from the ozone and grapefruit, which is forward on cold and at the beginning of melting. The evergreen/fir/balsam mid-notes are like going to get your Christmas tree or taking a winter hike. Once the wax has melted down, the cedarwood base lingers. The throw was a 10/10 in our ranch house, as we could smell it in every room. We enjoyed it last night while our gas fireplace was going and it was just starting to snow.