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Raw Honey Wax - For Soaps, Lip Balms, Skin Products, Candle Making Etc

Raw Honey Wax - For Soaps, Lip Balms, Skin Products, Candle Making Etc

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Beeswax is an incredibly versatile substance — it can be mixed into solutions to create a host of medical, cosmetic and home care products, made into candles, eaten, melted and molded into ornaments and used as a sealant.

These are just 50 of the many ways you can use beeswax and products made with beeswax to improve your life:

More Benefits:

  1. Lubricate door hinges
  2. Make all-natural lipstick
  3. Season cast iron pans
  4. Coat garden tools to prevent rust
  5. Polish shoes with a solution of beeswax, olive oil and pigment
  6. Decorate your Christmas tree with molded wax ornaments
  7. Light your dinner table with smokeless beeswax candles
  8. Polish furniture with a solution of olive oil, beeswax, and lemon oil
  9. Condition cutting boards and wooden spoons
  10. Refill tealights with beeswax
  11. Mix with pigments to make encaustic paint
  12. Lubricate screws to make them easier to screw in
  13. Heal cuts with a salve made of olive & coconut oils, beeswax, vitamin E and calendula, lavender, and chamomile
  14. Make fire starters out of pinecones and beeswax
  15. Keep bronze and brass items shiny
  16. Tame flyaway hair
  17. Fill cracks in wood
  18. Rejuvenate old leather
  19. Coat cloth to make reusable wrap for cheese and vegetables
  20. Coat nails to prevent wood splintering
  21. Make lip balm out of shea butter, beeswax and coconut oil
  22. Soothe bug bites with a solution of tea tree oil, lavender, beeswax, and calendula oil
  23. Soften cracked skin on feet
  24. Seal jars of preserves, jams and pickles
  25. Polish granite countertops
  26. Keep snow from sticking to snow shovels
  27. Mix with sugar and fruit flavorings to make gummy candies
  28. Style your hair with a natural alternative to gels and pomades
  29. Polish and preserve copper pots & pans
  30. Make kid-safe, non-toxic modeling clay
  31. Apply as an acne treatment
  32. Create solid perfumes using beeswax, almond oil, essential oils, and dried flowers
  33. Make craft soaps out of olive, coconut, castor & palm oils, beeswax, honey, lye, and essential oils
  34. Treat eczema and psoriasis with a solution of beeswax, honey and olive oil
  35. Eat it to help lower your cholesterol
  36. Put is on your pets’ feet to protect them from wear
  37. Lubricate musical instrument strings and reeds
  38. Make wooden drawers slide smoothly
  39. Condition unfinished furniture
  40. Waterproof shoes and boots
  41. Make body butter out of coconut oil, shea butter, and beeswax
  42. Preserve cheese with a thin coating of beeswax
  43. Soften and style beards and mustaches
  44. Apply a coating to snowboards, skis and surfboards to improve their glide
  45. Wax flyfishing line to help it float
  46. Coat baking pans and cookie sheets to make them non-stick
  47. Make crayons out of cocoa butter, carnauba wax, beeswax, and pigments
  48. Treat diaper rash with a solution of honey, olive oil, and beeswax
  49. Wax thread to prevent tangles while sewing
  50. Chew it instead of gum
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