Huntington Home Succulent Wax Warmer Headed to Aldi

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I have come to rely on wax warmers and wax melts when I want to add fragrance in my house. I used to burn a lot of candles, but I wasn’t a fan of the smoke and soot they sometimes create, potentially reducing indoor air quality. Plus, there’s the fact that open flames can pose a safety risk.

I own a couple of wax warmers, including one that looks like a nightlight and plugs into a wall outlet, and I use small wax melts in it. I also have a candle warmer that looks like a lantern and has a cord that plugs into a wall outlet, and I put an unlit candle inside it, and a small light bulb melts the wax and disperses scent. Both of these work well, and I feel like they throw scent farther than most candles I’ve burned.

Aldi is selling another wax warmer in time for Mother’s Day, and it’s perfect for gifting or for using in your own home. This latest wax warmer looks like a small potted succulent arrangement. The succulents are artificial, of course, so you don’t have to worry about watering them or keeping them alive.

What We Know:

Huntington Home Succulent Wax Warmer

Succulent wax warmer in Cement Grey, with wax melt cubes inside (wax melts sold separately).

The Huntington Home Succulent Wax Warmer (Product Code: 711445) is an Aldi Find, so it’s in stores for just a short time. Each store gets one shipment, and after that sells out, it’s gone. You can’t order Aldi products online if they’re not in stock at your local store.

This is scheduled to arrive in stores on May 1st, 2024.

The Huntington Home Succulent Wax Warmer cost $12.99 at the time of publication. That’s about half the price of other succulent-style wax warmers on Amazon.

Huntington Home Succulent Wax Warmer

Succulent wax warmer in Terra Cotta with wax melt cubes inside (wax melts sold separately).

Here’s more information, according to Aldi:

  • Available in Cement Grey or Terra Cotta
  • Warming plate quickly melts wax cubes
  • Easy and safe to use
  • No flame, no smoke

Aldi is also selling some triple pour scented wax melts alongside the wax warmer. They cost $1.89 for 2.5 ounces and come in a variety of scents. Aldi sells wax melts fairly often, so it’s easy to buy replacements when you need them, and the scents change with the seasons. I don’t have any complaints about Aldi wax melts. They smell nice, and I like them much better than ones I’ve bought from other retailers such as Dollar Tree.

The wax warmer and wax melts are sold under the Huntington Home brand, which is not a company. Instead, that’s the name Aldi puts on home goods it sources from various suppliers.

What We Don’t Know:

I haven’t tried this yet, so I don’t know how well it works. I also don’t know if this has a cord and runs on electricity or if it’s battery operated, but if you made me guess, I’d say it probably has a cord. We write open threads to provide readers with a place to talk about Aldi products.

Did you buy the Huntington Home Succulent Wax Warmer? What do you think of it? 

About Rachael

Rachael is the Co-founder of Aldi Reviewer. When she isn't busy shopping at Aldi, she enjoys cooking, gardening, writing gothic romance, and collecting more houseplants than she probably should. You can learn more about her at

One Comment

  1. MaryAnn Siniscalchi

    Just a reminder: Furry companions, particularly dogs and cats, have a heightened sense of smell and are more sensitive to strong scents and chemicals. Inhaling fragrance and essential oils from wax melts and plug-in fragrances can cause respiratory irritation, allergic reactions, and even toxicity in pets.

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