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Raw Bees wax

Raw Bees wax

Regular price €12,95 EUR
Regular price Sale price €12,95 EUR
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Moylurg Beeswax is a natural and versatile product that is raw,cosmetic grade simple bees wax.

Gathered by our bee in west Mayo where our enviroment is naturally unspoilt and free from lage crop production giving our bee natures bounty of natural hedgerows and wild Altantic  coast line.

Our Beeswax is simply melted into 100g blocks for you to use in you chosen application.

Description: Beeswax is a natural substance produced by honeybees as they build their honeycombs. It is known for its sweet, mild scent and a range of beneficial properties, making it a popular ingredient in various crafts, beauty, and household products.


  1. 100% Natural: High-quality beeswax is typically advertised as pure and natural, with no artificial additives.

  2. Versatility: Beeswax can be used in a wide range of applications, including candle making, skincare products (such as lip balms and lotions), leatherworking, woodworking, and more.

  3. Aromatic: Beeswax often carries a gentle, natural honey scent that adds a pleasant aroma to the products it's used in.

  4. Color and Form: Beeswax may come in various forms, such as yellow or white blocks, pastilles (small pellets), or sheets, allowing you to choose the one that best suits your needs.

  5. Sustainably Sourced: Many sellers may emphasize environmentally friendly and sustainable sourcing practices.

  6. Cosmetic Grade: Some beeswax products are specifically labeled as "cosmetic grade," indicating their suitability for skincare and beauty applications.

  7. Packaging: Beeswax is typically packaged in resealable bags, pouches, or containers to keep it fresh and easy to handle.

Common Uses:

  • Candle Making: Beeswax is a popular choice for making natural, clean-burning candles.

  • Skincare: It's an ingredient in balms, creams, and lotions due to its emollient and protective properties.

  • Crafts: Used in crafting projects like encaustic art, jewelry making, and more.

  • Leatherworking: Beeswax can be used to condition and protect leather items.

  • Woodworking: It's utilized to lubricate and protect saw blades, as well as for finishing wooden items.

  • Sealing and Waterproofing: Beeswax can be used to waterproof fabric, waxed thread, and more.


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