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Beeswax (White Granules)

Original price $7.49 - Original price $54.49
Original price
$7.49 - $54.49
Current price $7.49

Use white beeswax to protect concrete, wood, and leather surfaces from moisture, to make natural candles, and moisturizing skincare formulations.

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Beeswax is one of those miracle substances that is great when it comes to natural home care and skin care. This natural wax is produced by honey bees, and it’s been used for many years in the cleaning and cosmetic industries.

Home Care


✔️ Protects wood and leather surfaces with a natural shine


🪑 Furniture and surface polish by rubbing the wax onto concrete and wood surfaces and buffing with a cloth.

🔪 Use it to clean your wooden cutting boards.

🥾 Clean and polish leather shoes or boots by rubbing beeswax on them.

🕯️ Make DIY candles with longer and cleaner burn than traditional paraffin wax candles, releasing negative ions that purify the air and neutralize pollutants.



✔️ Excellent moisturizer that helps prevent dryness and flaking.

✔️ Reduces inflammation and redness in the skin, making it ideal for sensitive skin or rosacea

✔️ It has natural antibacterial properties that help keep skin clear and healthy


💄 Beeswax Lip Balm provides a natural barrier that keeps lips moisturized and protected from the elements

🧴 Add it to your body lotion or body butter

💪 Make your own deodorant by mixing beeswax with baking soda and coconut oil.

💧 Use it to make face masks and body scrubs.

☀️ It has anti-aging properties and it's a natural sunscreen that can provide some protection against UV radiation.


Easy sustainable refilling with minimal packaging:

  • 1-3lbs are packed in a fully recyclable zip-lock pouch (plastic #4).
  • 5lbs refills are packed in a plastic bag.

Shop Glass Jars to store your Beeswax refills.

Store in a cool and dry area.


Beeswax is a natural and sustainable alternative to synthetic waxes and chemicals. Not only is it renewable, but it also supports the health of honeybee populations.

INCI: Cera alba (United States) filtered for a lighter color and odor compared to Yellow Beeswax (non-filtered)