About Beeswax?

Answer Beeswax is a by-product of the bee pollination process. It is found in hundreds of different products: cosmetics and beauty products, crayons, paints, medicinal ointments, furniture waxes and fill... Read More »

Top Q&A For: About Beeswax

What are beeswax candles about?

Beeswax, a fatty acid produced by the bodies of honeybees, has been valued throughout history for its many uses, including the manufacture of candles. Although beeswax candles are more expensive th... Read More »

What is beeswax?

Produced solely by honeybees, beeswax is the material that honeybees use to build honeycombs. According to Beeswax Candle Works, worker bees secrete beeswax from eight glands found on the undersid... Read More »

Types of Beeswax?

Beeswax is a honey scented wax harvested from honey bee beehives. It is formed from multiple chemical compounds, and its' melting point ranges from 144 to 147 degrees Fahrenheit. The color of bees... Read More »

How to Add Color to Beeswax?

Beeswax is a natural substance that can be used to make candles, cosmetics, and soap. There are many advantages to using beeswax, including the fact that whatever you create will be hypoallergenic ... Read More »