Beeswax is the natural wax produced by honeybees. Bees secrete beeswax to build hexagonal cells (comb) where their food and eggs are stored. Bees consume 7kg of honey to produce 1 kg of beeswax. Beeswax offers 3 unique properties: high moldability, water resistance and structural stability at room temperature. Our beeswax is produced at low temperatures and avoids ultrafiltration. Our beeswax has a dark yellow color and a natural honey fragrance.
Beeswax can be used to makes candles. Beeswax protects shoes and furniture from water when applied as a tincture. Beeswax in homemade cosmetics repairs and regenerates skin. Cotton fabrics submerged in beeswax create sustainable food wraps. Salves made with beeswax treat cuts, wounds and burns.
Store beeswax at room temperature in dark place. Avoid exposure to direct heating source or direct sunlight. Heat will soften beeswax and accelerate the natural color deterioration.