What is beeswax?

Answer 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 »

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What is beeswax used for?

Beeswax is the hard wax collected from a bee's honeycomb. It is used in many consumer products, including candles, cosmetics, candy, dental floss and furniture polish. It's also used to bind dreadl... Read More »

About Beeswax?

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 »

Beeswax Remedies?

Beeswax is a natural wax secreted by wax glands from the abdomen of young worker bees 12 to 18 days old, according to Honeyflow Farm in Dryden, Michigan. This wax is produced by bees inside the hiv... Read More »

Can beeswax be used as an emulsifying wax?

Beeswax can be used as an emulsifying wax in products including cosmetics, soap and candles. Beeswax, sometimes referred to as cera alba or cera flava, also has soothing, softening properties.Sourc... Read More »