Nature Wax C-3: This is an all-soy blend designed specifically for container candles. Soy wax produces a cleaner burn with improved fragrance holding compared with paraffin wax. This has a very smooth surface with good surface adhesion and color stabilization.
125°F - 130°F Melt Point - >600°F Flash PointINGREDIENTS:Botanical Name: Hydrogenated Vegetable GlyceridesCommon Name: Hydrogenated Vegetable Glycerides
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Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi J! I'm so glad you love our Nature Wax C-3! We have never tried using this product in a mustache wax so I'm not 100% sure. Though, on its own this wax would be too hard for a sculpting wax and would need added liquid oils to work. Check out our Sculpting Mustache Wax tutorial for inspiration!
Reply from Bramble BerryHi Ki! I'm glad you like the wax! You can definitely use this in lip balm. It is a little softer than beeswax, so you'll want to keep that in mind. If you want your balm a little firmer, you can add coconut oil or cocoa butter. I'll be emailing you personally to discuss this!
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