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White beeswax is the wax separated from the honeycomb of the hive bee. It is bleached by exposing it in thin layers to the action of the air, sunlight, and moisture. This wax comes in a granulated pastille form and is made white without the use of chemicals or chlorine.
White Beeswax is filtered for purity and the color has been naturally removed preserving the aroma.
Country of Origin: Produced in the USA
Properties: Easy to melt and weigh pellets
Botanical Name: Cera Alba
Common Name: Beeswax, White
Bleached to allow for freedom to add color!
**100% Pure and Natural**
Common Uses of Beeswax
* Lip Balms and salves
* Perfume base
Benefits of Beeswax
* Adds hardness
* Natural emulsifier
* Offers a high melting point
* Burns slowly
* Low sensitivity and allergic reaction
HOW TO USE BEESWAX:
Pure beeswax is solid at room temperture. It will have a putty like consistancy at above 80-90 degrees F and will melt around 145-147 degrees F. Depending upon what you are using it for you may just let it sit in a bowl of hot tap water for a few minutes to allow it to turn into a putty like consistancy. To melt beeswax use a double boiler (a pot within a pot of water) this allows gentle heating which is important because beewax can burn rendering a browning hue and lose its aroma. Remember beewax is used in candle because it is flammable so be carefull near an open flame or a heat source. Do not exceed 160-170 degrees for any long period of time and you should fine.
Wrap in plastic to keep the dust off and store in a cool place
Keep out of the reach of children.
For EXTERNAL use only
If pregnant or suffering from illness consult your doctor before use.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. People unfamiliar with the properties of this ingredient should use extreme caution when melting waxes or blending wax and essential oils. As with all products, user should test a small amount prior to normal extended use. FLAMMABLE.
Please be aware:
Beeswax will have a different scent and color depending on many different factors related to the condition of the bees and what pollen sources they are collecting from. The scent and color of the beeswax may change from batch to batch, and we cannot guarantee that the beeswax you receive will smell or looks like any other beeswax.