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Origin: Sourced globally, quite often from less-developed countries in South America and Africa. In these areas villagers still rely on less-modern techniques of processing beeswax, which often involves open fire pits to melt and process the honeycomb.
Natural Beeswax Pastilles Summary
Beeswax is a staple for DIY skincare, and many other DIY endeavors. You can use beeswax in cosmetics, salves, and lotions. You can also melt the wax down to make your own DIY candles. It is the “wax esters” found in beeswax (and our own skin, too!) that help to bind and emulsify ointments, lipsticks and lotions.
Beeswax is a natural hydrating ingredient which helps to increase moisture in your skin and really ‘lock’ it in. This is why you commonly find it in hand and body creams to help retain natural skin moisture, and also provide relief from itching in sensitive and dry skin.
We have a plethora of DIY recipes on our Scratch Mommy blog featuring beeswax. From homemade muscle rub salve to solid perfume recipes, we have dozens and dozens of recipes on the blog featuring beeswax!
Facial foundation is a popular DIY from our Scratch Mommy blog that you can tackle with our beeswax (or simply purchase Foundation from us already made!)…
- DIY It: Facial Foundation Recipe (and check out our accompanying DIY Facial Powder Recipe)
- Buy It: Pronounce Skincare Facial Foundation (and check out our accompanying Pronounce Skincare Facial Powder, in 3 shades)
More Popular Pronounce Skincare Products Featuring Beeswax!
Our lovely Pronounce Skincare Lip Lotions!
Check out the entire Pronounce Skincare Line. Always handcrafted with certified organic ingredients you can…pronounce!
Precautions: No known precautions. We recommend that you consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbal products, particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, or on any medications.
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