Skip to product information
1 of 7

Candle's Korner

Galaxy Ceramic Wax Warmer

Regular price $8.00 USD
Regular price $10.00 USD Sale price $8.00 USD
Sale Sold out
Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.

These wonderful ceramic wax warmers are perfect for diffusing essential oil or soy wax melts throughout your home to create refreshing scents. They come in 2 different colour glazes and will look great in just about any modern home. 


  • Handmade from natural clay
  • Interconnected tealight chamber and oil dish
  • Great for use with relaxing scents
  • Suitable for essential oil and wax melts
  • Perfect gift


Wax Warmers can be made of almost any material from brass metal, and glass to ceramic, Himalayan salt, and soapstone. Each material has its own pros and cons in terms of visual aesthetics and usability. All the material can be suitable for use as an wax warmer but the one that is right for you very much depends on what you like.

If you have an industrial themed home, you may be better off opting for a metal wax warmer, although these are harder to purchase as they are a less popular option. The two materials that are the most popular for oil burners are soapstone and ceramic. Soapstone talc comes from the ground and contains silica which can be harmful to health if you are exposed to the dust particles and as these wax warmer are hand-carved by artisans this increases the risks for both the consumer and the creator. Ceramic is the best material for wax warmer and here's why.

Ceramic is made from natural clay and water, it is natural and can be shaped however the maker desires. It is waterproof and can be customised with paint glazes. It is a sustainable material that is eco-friendly, also ceramic is more porous than glass which means that it will hold the heat better keeping the wax warmer for longer.


1 Wax Warmer Protector


16 oz Banana PuddinCandle

Buy Now

There is much more where that came from... Banana Puddin Candle Now Available in a larger size. Enjoy 16 oz of your favorite dessert "Banana Pudding" Candle.

Online Basic Candle Making Courses

Learn to make candles from the comfort of your own home with our Online Basic Candle Making Courses. Join us starting April 29, 2022

More Details