White Beeswax Pellets
Beeswax is a natural substance generated and secreted by honeybees. It is hard and breakable when cold but soft and pliable when heated. Just like honey, Beeswax varies in colour, depending on various factors related to the bees themselves as well as the flowers from which the honey is derived. Beeswax is known for its long, slow, clean, smokeless burn. It not only exudes the aroma of honey, but also produces comparatively brighter flames, facilitates the elimination of airborne pollutants, and promotes the overall health of the body and mind. Beeswax hydrates, conditions, soothes and calms the skin. It exfoliates, repairs damage, promotes the skin’s regeneration, diminishes the appearance of the signs of ageing, soothes itchiness and irritation, and creates a hydrating, long-lasting protective barrier against environmental pollutants. Used in hair, Beeswax nourishes, conditions, and softens the strands while and promoting the hair’s lustre.
How to use this item:
1. Use as a moisturiser
Melt beeswax and oil into cream to moisturise your body. Mix 59 ml of vegetable oil in the top portion of a double boiler along with 7.1 g of beeswax. Turn on your stove and let the double boiler heat up and melt the beeswax. Once the oil and beeswax have combined, pour the liquid into a heat-safe container. Add in 15-20 drops of essential oil if you want to add scents to your cream. Once the mixture is solidified, use your finger to apply the cream.
2. Make furniture polish
Melt together 14 g of beeswax with 40 g of coconut oil in a double boiler. Pour the mixture into a heat-safe container once it’s melted together and let it harden. When you want to polish your furniture, rub the polish with a clean cloth and buff it onto your furniture.
3. Create customisable creams, lotions etc
See our formulating tips for more information
Benefits of Beeswax:
Natural Colour for adding a tint to your emulsions and balms
Handy pellet size for ease of handling
Rich natural honey-like aroma
Lip Balm: 5-15%
Ingredients: 100% Pure Beeswax
Other Names: White Wax
Appearance: White pellets
Melting Point: 61-65C
Solubility: Oil Soluble.
Grade: Pharmaceutical grade - Complies with BP (British Pharmacopoeia)
Formulating Tips: Add to the oil phase of your formula. Before mixing ensure it is melted completely. Use a double boiler to melt and do not melt over direct flame.