Thursday, 26 April 2018

Putting Pick 'n Melt Wax Melts to the test

Do you ever get so excited about a brand that you kind of lose your sh*t a bit and don't stop banging on about them all over social media and to your real life pals and fammo? Because that is exactly what I've been doing with Pick 'n Melt. I just cannot get enough of these guys and in this post I am going to tell you why. 

Pick 'n Melt Wax Melts
This post contains gifted items but all thoughts are my own 


I don't know anyone who isn't a fan of fragrance and there's a couple of brands that people tend to go for a lot, I've tried these brands and agree that they are of high quality but I definitely think that they're overpriced. I was super surprised at how strong the fragrance is from the Pick 'n Melt wax melts having used the likes of Yankee and cheaper brands I can safely say that these melts are on par and in my opinion better than Yankee and much more affordable.  Pick 'n Melt offer a range of products to include; scented candles, burners, gift sets, subscriptions and their ever so popular wax melts. 

Pick 'n Melt have an impressive 350 different scents in their wax melts collection that range from; fruits, foods, and flowers to well known perfume fragrances. I was sent the spring collection which consists of a mixture of floral and fresh scents to create the illusion that spring might be here - my favourite has to be fresh linen out of this collection but I also noticed that they have baby powder, coffee and Marc Jacobs Daisy scents too. I may or may not have made a cheeky order of 9 melts for a tenner - absolute bargain. Aside from the outstanding quality of the melts, my favourite part of Pick 'n Melt is the branding, the pick and mix theme is stunning and choosing a selection of melts from the extensive range gives me a buzz like no other - there is a variety of price options to suit all budgets with the lowest being 4 melts for £6 and the most expensive being 100 melts for £55 (pretty much the price of some of those dead fancy candle out there). Pick 'n Melt also have their own extra cool looking wax warmers that not only look good in any room but are also dead easy to clean and change wax: 

I pop mine in the freezer for 5 minutes and the wax just drops out whole 

My most favourite think about Pick 'n Melt is the Pick 'n Post subscription option, for £28 per month you could get 6 mini cube candles, for £10 a month you could choose 12 wax melts to receive each month and for £8 a month you could get 12 staff chosen wax melts - all with free delivery. I am definitely considering signing up to the £10 subscription because I think I would have some kind of breakdown if I ever ran out of melts. I also need to get another burner for the kitchen because I have come to the realisation that I need a burner in every room. Oh Pick 'n Melt what have you done to me?


Pick 'n Melt Wax Melts

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10 comments

  1. Ooo these look great! I was going to give Scentsy a try but this looks like such a cheaper option.

    Heather xo | x Highland Beauty

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  2. You pop them in the freezer to remove??? GIRL YOU HAVE JUST CHANGED MY LIFE!

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  3. Oooooo they look SO good!! I need to try them, I am so obsessed with melts so any new ones I am so up for trying!

    Erin || MakeErinOver

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  4. 350 difference scents to chose from?! I'd find that almost impossible!! They do sound fab though
    Em x
    https://happywiseowl.com/

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  5. Omg putting it in the freezer is the best idea ever!! I had never thought of that, I always get stuck with the same scents for everrr

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  6. They sound so good, I wanna try a wax melter

    http://littlemissmelanie.com

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  7. I am obsessed with scented candles and things and I love scentsy and these sound like a great alternative x

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  8. I love home fragrance, but I do find wax melts are so expensive, but these sound great!

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