I don’t know whether buying a gift for me is an easy or hard thing, but most of my friends and girls at work have a good grasp of my loves in life. My kids? Of course! Chocolate? Yes. Food in general? Oh yessss! Bath and body products? Tick. Wax melts? Tick tick tick! So you can imagine my squeal of delight when one of my friends bought me a collection of different things for my birthday including some Daisy inspired wax melts from a wax vendor called Melissa Jane.
Appearance. 10 small off white wax melts shaped as different types of flowers. I’m no gardener but one shape ( and there are 3 in total ) resemble tulips. Super cute, simple and easy on the eye.
In melt. I wasn’t too sure how many melts to use but opted for three. Due to their size they melted super quickly and left a creamy coloured wax pool.
Scent. Now this is the tricky bit. I assume this is inspired by a well known fragrance but I’ve never smelt this perfume in real life!So all I can describe is what this smells like not whether this is a good version of the fragrance. What I can say is this is beautiful. Its a feminine floral, with a hint of fruity sweetness ending with a slight musky tone. Definitely smells like it’s a perfume to me and totally addictive!
Strength & Longevity. Strength wise I would say this is a medium to strong with 3 melts, but what I love about this is yes it fragrances the room but doesn’t overdo itself. If it was super strong it could be very heady and overpowering. Longevity was excellent. This scent melted away over 4 days for at least 3 hours at a time and only then did I feel the scent needed changing…in fact it didn’t I fancied a wax change full stop! It gradually faded but in a natural way that just became softer and lighter but still just as pleasant and enjoyable to smell.
Recommended? Great fragrance, super cute and simple looking melts and were long lasting….so its a thumbs up from me! I’ve never tried this vendor out before and thanks to a friend, I will try Melissa Jane out in the future! Find them on Facebook ( they have their own Facebook group ) here to try them out.