Monday, 1 December 2014

Beefayre Review

I was recently offered the chance to try some products to review from a company called Beefayre. I had never heard of them before, and my first thought was that their products were going to be full of beeswax and honey. Upon emailing the company to find out more information, I discovered that most of their products are actually vegan, with the exception of the lip balms and gardener's balm (they also sell some honey and bee pollen products which are obviously not vegan). Furthermore, Beefayre are PETA certified and donate 3% of their profits to bee conservation, which is great as we need to help save the bee population from declining. 
 
I was sent a candle and a reed diffuser to try. Both the reed diffuser and the candle are packaged in pretty boxes, and they would make lovely gifts.
 
 
 
The Winter Scent Votive candle comes in a cute little glass jar with bees on it, and it retails at £7.50. The candle is hand poured and is made of 100% soy wax with a cotton wick. The jar is made of recycled glass and can be reused for other things once the candle has finished. The scent is described as 'a delicious wild fig aroma that captivates the senses'. I really like the delicate, slightly sweet aroma, and when it burns it gently scents the room. It burns cleanly and evenly, and has a burn time of approximately 25 hours.
 
 
 
The Bluebell & Wood Anemone reed diffuser also comes in a cute glass container with bees on, and it retails at £14. The diffuser is made with alcohol free natural bio oil. The scent is described as 'the wonderful fresh scent of Spring and glades of dewy bluebells; nature coming back to life'. I really like the scent and how it leaves the room smelling sweet and fresh. The scent lasts for approximately 6 weeks. 
 
 
 
I really enjoyed using both of these products as I love their designs and natural scents. Have you tried any of Beefayre's products?
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3 comments:

  1. I've never heard of this brand before, I love their packaging design and it's great they use recycled glass for their jars! xx

    Catherine / caffrinc.blogspot.co.uk

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  2. I love Beefayre! I visited their HQ in the summer and tried a few of their products. I am loving their Winter Berries one!

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