Quin Fest Wax Melts

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Quin Fest Wax Tarts

We have been working with the organisers of Quin Fest to come up with this charity wax melt bar and donating all profits to their chosen charities.

See below for more information about Quin Fest which we are looking forward to attending and having a stall at on Saturday 9th July 2022.

The scent was chosen as it was Amy's favourite perfume scent and the yellow colour glitter was Amy's favourite colour. 


Quin Fest - The fragrance has sparks of fresh and vibrant orange which immediately awaken the senses. A clear and sensual heart reveals the transparent accords of Jasmine and Rose. The trail unfurls the pure accents of Patchouli and Vetiver that emphasise the slender structure of the composition.

    • 100% Natural Eco Soy Wax
    • Hand made in Hampshire, UK
    • Mini Snap Bar 50g 
    • Snap Bars packaged in biodegradable cellophane
    • Cruelty-Free 
    • Vegan Product

* As we are trying to raise as much money as possible, this bar is not part of the 4 for 10 offer.

How to Use

Place one scented wax cube into the well of your wax burner. Light an unscented 4-hour tealight underneath and enjoy the incredible scent. We recommend burning your wax melts for four hours at a time. Each melt can provide up to 10 hours of beautiful fragrance and can be melted and re-melted until the fragrance has gone. Fragrance times do vary between scents. These wax melts can also be used with electric wax burners.

What is Quin Fest?

If you don’t know already Quinfest is a family-friendly charity festival and is dedicated to Amy Quin.

Amy visited her doctor to try to get to the bottom of severe headaches and was told that they were caused by tension. This didn’t ring true as she didn’t feel stressed about anything yet the headaches continued for about six months.

It was 13th May 2016 that Amy was told she had a grade two astrocytoma, a low-grade brain tumor. Which resulted in a grade four in December of 2019. Other than the headaches she felt well, and it just didn’t seem possible that there was a potentially terminal illness.

Amy’s diagnosis had changed her life in a positive way – She said yes to more things; embraced in every opportunity and made the most of her precious time.

Amy was just 36 years young when she passed away in January 2020, just 4.5 years after her diagnosis.

Amy spent time at Poole Hospital and was overwhelmed by the support she received from the Sandbanks ward and the Palliative department working with Marie Curie and Forset Holme. Quinfest will be raising money to make a difference in the three departments at Quinfest 2022.

Amy lived in Dorset and loved live music and dancing, Quinfest will be her legacy and this is the perfect way to remember fun-loving Amy, we hope you all can enjoy the day, unfortunately, she will not be here to enjoy it this time but I am sure she will be dancing her socks off upstairs.

Amy has left behind her parents, her son Hector, sisters, partner, friends and family, and we all miss her deeply.



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