Beesworks Beeswax Pellets, Yellow, 1lb-Cosmetic Grade-Triple Filtered Beeswax.
(as of Oct 20,2021 10:44:41 UTC – Details)
Beesworks Beeswax is 100% natural beeswax pellets.
A bee consumes an estimated 6–10 lbs (3–4.5 kg) of honey for each pound of the wax it secretes. After honey removal, the comb is melted to produce the beeswax. Our beeswax is hand packaged in 1 pound,sealed bags and ready for you to use. If beeswax is heated above 85 °C (185 °F) discoloration occurs.
Use this wax in creams & lotions for extra body, in balms and body butters for stiffness and rigidity and in soaps and candles for hardness. See recipes below for fun projects with Beesworks Beeswax!
Being a natural product, the scent of beeswax depends upon the season in which the beeswax is harvested and the plants available during the season. The acceptability of the natural aroma of the wax is often a matter of personal preference. Enjoy!
DIY Beeswax Candles
1 lb Beeswax
Container for melting the wax
Place the beeswax into your container/can. Place the can inside a stock pot filled half-full with water. Simmer over medium-high heat, stirring occasionally as it melts.
Prepare your jars and wicks – get the wick to stay in the middle of the jar as you pour in the beeswax and it sets.
Pour the melted beeswax into the jar, leaving one inch of room at the top. Set the jars aside and allow them to cool and set completely.
Cut the wick and light.
DIY Lotion Bars
1.25 oz Beewax
1.25 oz Coconut Oil
1.25 oz Shea Butter
Essential oil of choice
Weigh out equal amounts of beeswax, coconut oil, and shea butter.
Using a double boiler, or a small saucepan and a large glass measuring bowl, melt beeswax, coconut oil, and shea butter until it turns to a liquid.
Remove from heat and add ten drops of essential oil.
Pour into molds.
Allow bars to harden overnight.
Tip: Wipe out measuring bowl while it’s still warm for easier cleaning.
DIY Closet Fresheners
5 ounces beeswax pellets
essential oils of choice
molds for shape
Melt beeswax until liquid using double boiler on the stove or microwave
Add essential oils to your molds while beeswax is melting.
Pour melted beeswax into molds.
Place in breathable bag or old cloth to avoid oil stains.
Place in drawer or closet.
At Beesworks, we’re as busy as bees!
We spend our days searching for natural ingredients that you can use to make all kinds of natural products. We have beeswax in yellow and white, organic and conventional, pellets and blocks. Use the beeswax a dozen different ways. There’s also our new, organic Beesworks food wraps!
It all started with a simple idea. We wanted to live our lives naturally, just like you. We eat healthy, organic foods and exercise to stay healthy on the inside. So now we find products or ingredients that will keep us healthy on the outside too. We want to share our good health ideas with you!
Beesworks Beeswax will never go bad! We even offer an 100% Customer Satisfaction Promise.
Beesworks Beeswax is a top choice for melting or chopping it up to create your own lotions, lip balms, creams, waxes, body butters, deodorants, and salves. Beeswax is also rich in Vitamin A which aids in cell turnover and reducing wrinkles and age spots while moisturizing your skin – without clogging up your pores!
Our Beesworks Beeswax has a subtle fragrance which also makes it great for crafts, such as candle and soap making, lubricants, furniture or boot polish, granite countertop polish, cheese waxing, beard and mustache wax, wax thread, beeswax crayons, envelope seals and more!
Melting and Softening Details: Beeswax melts at approximately 149 degrees Fahrenheit and softens at approximately 90 degrees Fahrenheit.