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
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Hi Nicole! The quality of our products is extremely important to us. I'm wondering if the color of the beeswax on your computer may be an issue of monitor calibration. I will be emailing you personally to discuss this with you :)
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