Our Natural Beeswax comes straight from the beekeeper and Mr Bee. It is not bleached, with no added chemicals. The beeswax has a strong honey fragrance. Supplied in 500g blocks.
How to Use Natural Beeswax
- Use in a natural skincare range, including lip balms and lotions.
- Do not mould this wax.
- Use in ceramic, clay or glass containers.
- Do not add candle dye, stearic acid or candle fragrance to beeswax.
Which Wick Should I Use ?
Unfortunately we do not stock wicks specifically designed for beeswax candles. Try Wick for Soy Wax.
How Do I Melt This Wax ?
Melt this wax on an electric stove. Do not melt it in a microwave. Use a pot or metal container with a spout.
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