Reviewed: Coco_boho Candles Soy Wax Melts

Coco_boho soy wax melts

For those of you who have followed our blog for a while now will now that I first fell in love with Coco-boho Candles and their Baileys & White Chocolate scent. OMG! It’s so yum and I have stored wax melts of the scent wrapped up very carefully – I still have some left for later this year. I must ask if they will be back for Christmas!

Anyway, they’ve had a bit of a revamp and you’ll see in their store how great it all looks. I was very kindly set some goodies and these soy wax melts immediately caught my eye, probably because one of them had marshmallow in – yum!

Blackberry Jam

Described as “a deliciously strong and tart, yet fruity aroma of ripe Blackberries”

It certainly is and it’s not majorly overpowering, this can happen with a lot of the darker fruit scents but in saying that, it really does pack a punch! It just doesn’t give you that heady fruit smell that you can get when you’re making jam.

I now really want to make jam.

Warm Vanilla Sugar

Described as “a subtle yet rich Vanilla scent with sugary-sweet and buttery aromas”

Obviously as a vanilla lover this was always going to be a winner! It’s much sweeter and it would be a great mixology scent too.

Brighton Rock

Described as “coco_boho’s own blend: a brilliant combination of mint and candy which smells just like seaside rock, with a nod to my new hometown”

I was quite nervous about this one as I got by the description how important this scent was to the brand but I can find minty scents to be very strong and a overpowering for me. But this one is SUPERB so my fear was wrong – yay! It’s much more of a delicate scent and it totally reminded me of holidays. I’ve been to Brighton many times and this is such a lovely scent and great for memories.

Marshmallow & Coconut

Described as “a unique winning combination of sweet & sugary marshmallows teamed with tropical creamy coconut”

I love marshmallow and it’s great when the mix is great as it really brings out the sweetness. Obviously vanilla is good for this (I did near the end of using this melt put in some of the vanilla sugar and it was amazing!) but coconut really brings it out. I loved how much I loved this scent and how great it would be all year round. Would love to mix it with some pineapple through the summer.

The range of scents is unbelievably good, there really is something for everyone. The melts are 25g and come in cute little pots that I have washed out and reused for decanting skincare samples into. Each melt is just £1.25 which is a bargain price too and I got about 14 hours from each one before the scent really started to fade. You can see the soy wax melts collection HERE.

About Coco_Boho Candles

Victoria creates small batch, hand-poured artisan candles in her kitchen at home in Brighton, East Sussex, UK. All the candles that you purchase have been HANDMADE by Victoria, and always will be. Coco_boho use either 100% pure soy, or a soy and vegetable wax mix in all the candles and only add high quality fragrance oil. They also choose the right sized cotton wick to fit the container.

To check out the rest of the shop have a look HERE – there’s candles and more!

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*As always, no payment was made for this review. We don’t do that. This was my honest review. Coco_boho Candles are awesome!

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