White Beeswax - White beeswax is the wax separated from the honeycomb of the hive bee. It is bleached by exposing it in thin layers to the action of the air, sunlight, and moisture. This wax comes in a granulated pastille form and is made white without the use of chemicals or chlorine.
*Please Note: our new shipment of white beeswax is a more ivory color and the pastilles are larger (February 2014)
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