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Bees Wax

Beautiful natural beeswax sourced from a local apiary Wicking suggestions for beeswax: you will have to test several sizes to find what works best. As a general rule of thumb please look at our suggestions for soy wax under each type of jar and increase the size given by 2-3 times as a starting point.

Fortnightly Instalments Available with

Fortnightly Instalments Available with

Bees Wax White Pellets
100% refined beeswax is used widely in Cosmetic, Pharmaceutical And Confectionary Applications.
Can be used in lipstick and lip balms, creams and lotions and candles.
This wax is food grade and perfect for food wraps!
Beeswax provides body and stiffness to formulations and acts as an emulsifier
100% pure refined bees wax BP (pharma) grade
Colour is removed using an activated carbon (not bleach)
If making beeswax tealights use our maxi 5.5 or 6.0 wicks
Beeswax is a very hard wax and is completely different to natural soy waxes. You will need to wick up at least 2 to 3 times what we have suggested for soy wax and start your own testing from here.
Bees Wax Yellow Pellets
100% refined beeswax is used widely in Cosmetic, Pharmaceutical And Confectionary Applications.
This wax is food grade and perfect for food wraps!
Can be used in lipstick and lip balms, creams and lotions and candles
Beeswax provides body and stiffness to formulations and acts as an emulsifier.
100% pure refined bees wax BP (pharma) grade
If making beeswax tealights use our maxi 5.5 or 6.0 wicks
Beeswax is a very hard wax and is completely different to natural soy waxes. You will need to wick up at least 2 to 3 times what we have suggested for soy wax and start your own testing from here.
Bees Wax Natural
Natural beeswax sourced from a local apiary in Perth.
Natural beeswax has not been refined or purified to be used in large percentages in candles.
We recommend the white and yellow purified pellets for candle making.
Natural beeswax may contain impurities and small amounts of naturally occuring sediment.
If making beeswax tealights use our maxi 5.5 or 6.0 wicks
Beeswax is a very hard wax and is completely different to natural soy waxes.
You will need to wick up at least 2 to 3 times what we have suggested for soy wax and start your own testing from here.

FO: between 6-12% however own testing is required
We do not recommend using natural beeswax for candle making without further purification and testing.
White and yellow pellets have undergone purification and may burn better in candles