Out of Stock until February 6th.Yellow Beeswax - The most commonly used wax in the toiletry industry, our beeswax is fully refined (but not bleached) and comes in granules, which makes measuring easy and convenient. Beeswax is a substance secreted by the worker honey bees used for the construction of their honeycomb. In addition to making an excellent hardening agent in lip balm and lotion bars, Beeswax is a wonderful fuel for candles. It burns longer and more clean than candles made with most other waxes. Due to the nature of the product, this beeswax does have a smoky scent. If you prefer a unscented beeswax, we recommend the White Beeswax.
Ingredients:Botanical Name: Cera albaCommon Name: Beeswax, Yellow
Reply from Bramble Berry
Elisa, Thank you so much for your review and will be personally in touch with you to find out more of what's happening with your beeswax. The yellow beeswax definitely has a more natural scent, much like a natural honey comb would smell. We do often suggest to try our White Beeswax that has most odors removed from it.
Thank you again for your review.
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