What Are the Benefits of Beeswax?
Beeswax has been around for as long as the honey bee. It is produced by honey bees to build the honeycomb walls. This natural wax has been used for many things over the years including, but not limited to, cosmetics, skincare products and candles. There are several benefits associated with the different uses of beeswax.
Many cosmetic and skincare companies love beeswax because of the natural properties it contains. One of its best features is the amount of vitamin A found in it. This is important because vitamin A is a key element for human cell development.

Moisturizing Lotions
Beeswax also retains properties that sooth and soften skin, making it a perfect ingredient for lotions because it will keep skin moisturized.

Healing Properties
The properties in beeswax work as a soothing and healing agent in salves designed for burns, cuts and other wounds.

Burning Beeswax
When beeswax is burned, it emits negative ions in the air. These negative ions help rid the air of pollen, dust, mold, toxins and many other pollutants. This feature makes beeswax candles ideal for allergy suffers.
Hand-rolled from beeswax, these beautiful honeycomb tapers are the most smokeless and drip less candle you can buy. What better way to illuminate any moment in time. They have a clean, warm and rich flame, pleasant aroma and color, and while being beautiful, also purify the air.

As a source of negative ions they are safe for people with allergies and asthma and non-toxic in any environment.

Burning a beeswax candle can elevate our mood, light up our life and sweeten up our environment.

Natural Beeswax and pure cotton wick.

No preservatives or additives

Burn Time: approx. 1.5 hours each
Never leave any burning candle unattended.

What are the benefits of beeswax candles?

Besides the fact that it sweetens a room with the scent of honey, beeswax is non-toxic and non-carcinogenic. Beeswax has been around for thousands of years and bees have been on Earth forever. Paraffin candles are petroleum sludge, which is very toxic. I don't want to alarm people, but if their walls are black from candles, then you can imagine what they are breathing in.

Beeswax was one of the first ingredients used for making candles; recognized since ancient Roman times – and by many other civilizations – for its effective aromatic burning properties.

Beeswax burns very slowly and smells deliciously sweet.

On average, eight pounds of honey are consumed by the bees for each pound of wax made by the colony.