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Used to make balms, solid perfumes, lotion bars, eye pencils, soap, furniture polish, shoe polish and many others.
Origin: China or Europe
Colour: Pale yellow to cream to white
Extraction Method: The wax obtained from the honeycomb of the bee
Odour: Virtually odourless
We go above and beyond to source our ingredients ethically to ensure the highest quality at a great price!
Combined with other ingredients, the beeswax can be used to make a natural deodorant.
Combine with your choice of butter, essential oil and base oil, to make your own nourishing and hydrating lip balms.
Can be used with other ingredients to waterproof certain fabrics.
Can be used to make candles. Combine with essential oils, you can make your own bespoke candles.
Make your own shoe, wood and furniture polish thanks to the protective coating that it provides when applied.
DIY Furniture Polish
To make your own DIY wood polish, add 30g of Beeswax to 120g of Olive Oil #223 and melt. You can simply pour into a tin or jar at this point or you can add some essential oils like Lemon #103 (up to 5g of essential oils depending how strong you want the smell.) It is ready to use once is has fully set. Scoop a small amount with a soft cloth to gently polish your furniture.
Use Beeswax to make your own lip, face or body balms and body butters.
This natural product cannot be guaranteed free from traces of nuts or other allergens. Seek medical advice before use if suffering from any medical conditions or allergies. Always conduct a patch test before using any new product.
Store in a cool dry place away from sunlight.
As our products are natural, the colour and odour may vary from batch to batch. We are continually improving our products and so on occasion the product you receive may differ slightly in appearance from images displayed on our website.