Beeswax Beads, Natural Yellow Refill Pouch
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The yellow beeswax is the purest in nature amongst all the types of beeswax as it has never been bleached or undergone a refinement process. As the beeswax comes in bead form, it is much easier to melt and measure than a bar of wax.
High quality, Natural Yellow, Beeswax, is the perfect raw ingredient for use in your homemade cosmetics. It is a versatile product that can also be used in a variety of areas around the home from waterproofing to candle making. Having a mild aroma typical of waxes, it is ideal to be combined with your favorite essential oil when creating your make your own projects. Always make sure you add the essential oils when the wax is cooling down so that you avoid burning the oil.
Beeswax contains natural moisturisers that make it useful as an ingredient in the creation of skincare products and lip balms. It is a natural thickener so when added to bath and body products, it can thicken their consistency while nourishing and hydrating the skin. Beeswax creates an occlusive layer on the skin, forming a protective barrier on the skin at the same time keeping moisture locked in. This is why Beeswax is ideal for use in balms and salves.
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.
Make your own: lip, face or body balms, body butters.
As with any new product always conduct a patch test before first use.
100% Natural Yellow Beeswax
Country of Origin
Characteristic beeswax scent
Beeswax is a natural wax produced by honey bees. The wax is produced to help protect the honeycomb from the elements and keeps it from contaminants.
Melting point – 61 – 65 degrees Celsius.