Beeswax is the oldest and purest wax in the world. At honey harvest time the honeycombs are carefully opened to allow for honey to drain from the comb. The bees seal the honey into the combs with wax capping placed over every cell filled with honey. This capping is removed at harvest and is used in the production of beeswax. With its high water-holding capacity, it is great for lotions, lip balms and skin care products. Beeswax soothes and softens the skin, protects it from dehydration and provides antibacterial properties. And since beeswax candles emit very little smoke, it is great for making candles too.
- Add to your lotions to add skin protective properties
- Create your own DIY lip balm free from harsh chemicals
- Make your own Beeswax candle for a brighter, healthier home
Physical Form: Bead Pellets
Color: Natural Yellow
Melting Point: 62 °C to 64 °C (144 °F to 147 °F)
Storage: Room temperature. Air tight container.