We received a PyroPet Unicorn Candle in exchange for this post. All opinions and our love for candles remain our own.
PyroPet’s Unicorn-Shaped candle may look like an ordinary wax unicorn, but as it melts, a hidden surprise is revealed.
We received Einar, a mystical Icelandic Unicorn. The legend is unicorns bones are made of gold. Now you can check for yourself if the legend is true.
Available in a pink-lavender color, with a $34 price tag, the first thing you’ll notice about PyroPets is the packaging. It safely secures the candle until unboxed.
MacKenzie LOVES candles. When her candles flicker near their end, she will announce she is “candle poor.” She loves the smell, and the atmosphere candles create.
PyroPet candles add a fun new dimension to burning candles. As the wax melts, a skeleton of the outer creature is revealed.
The candle is made with quality wax. It is clean in smell and when burning. Our candle had a 20-hour burning time.
The candle burns just like it shows on the PyroPet Candle website.
Light the wick, and as the candle burns, a golden skeleton is revealed. It’s kind of creepy, but my kiddos could not get enough. They sat and watched the candle burn.
The candle does burn quickly. My daughter was disappointed it didn’t have a scent.
Watching the skeleton appear was really a fun concept. The skeleton has some great details, like the unicorn horn.
Additional PyroPet candles include bird, rabbit, reindeer, owl, and dragon, all with the same silver framework.
No unicorns were harmed in the making of this spooky candle, obviously
The idea of PyroPet came to Thorunn while studying at the Royal College of Art in London in 2011. After exhibiting the cat candles (called “The Devil’s Pet” back then) in Milan and at her graduation show in London, they quickly gained a lot of attention on the internet. She joined forces with Dan Koval and they launched a Kickstarter campaign to finance their startup.