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White beeswax

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Pearl white beeswax is a white wax whose color is achieved using an active carbon, 100% natural, maintaining the same characteristics of beeswax.

It is not chemically bleached therefore it is not synthetic. This beeswax is mainly used in the cosmetic industry to make soaps, deodorants, lipsticks or creams. But it can also be used to make natural candles.

 

Technical characteristics of white beeswax in pearls

Uses: making candles and cosmetics

  • Format: pearls
  • Color: off-white
  • Melting point: 62-67ºC
  • Smell: Very slight honey smell
  • Optimal combustion
  • Optimal filling temperature: 70ºC
  • Storage: keep in a cool environment at about 25ºC

 

Uses of alba beeswax

The uses of white beeswax in cosmetics are widespread and a multitude of homemade products can be formulated with it:

  • Hydrating creams
  • Intensive treatments
  • Emulsions
  • Cold effect creams
  • Ointments and ointments
  • Soaps
  • lip balms
  • Hair masks

The dose to be used varies between 5 and 15%, depending on the recipe being made. To use, it is recommended to melt the white beeswax over low heat and add it to the rest of the ingredients.

 

Where to buy beeswax?

Are you looking for where to buy white beeswax  wholesale to unleash your creativity?

Then enter our online store and choose from a wide variety of options. Here you can make your purchase easily, comfortably and safely. We offer different payment methods and fast shipping so you can enjoy your new wax in the shortest time possible.

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