|Brand Name||International Arrivals|
|Item Weight||14.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.9 x 0.9 x 7.9 inches|
|Item model number||133-50|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||133-50|
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International Arrivals Natural Beeswax Crayons, Set of 24 (133-50)
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- Triangular shaped crayons
- Made from natural beeswax
- Set of 24 non toxic crayons
- Great for little artists and the environment
- Reusable cardboard box with plastic tray
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Crayon Wax Contains: Paraffin and Hydrocarbon waxes, stearic acid (pure), Talc (Mg3H2(SiO3)4), Hydrogenated Palm Oil, benzenamine (oxidized), Petrolatum, beeswax, Distillates (petroleum), hydrotreated light paraffinic, synthetic coloring.
Most of those ingredients are petrochemicals, and beeswax is way down the list, right in between petrolatum and petroleum distillates.
This is extremely deceptive labeling, in my opinion!
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I like to know what I'm buying, and the relatively low price of these crayons that claim to be "natural beeswax" did make me look for more information. One of the things that I feel it's important to get across right from the beginning is that these crayons are not made of only beeswax. They *contain* beeswax. This is not a surprise to me. Like other crayons, these are made with a variety of materials including: Paraffin and Hydrocarbon waxes, stearic acid (pure), Talc (Mg3H2(SiO3)4), Hydrogenated Palm Oil, benzenamine (oxidized), Petrolatum, beeswax, Distillates (petroleum), hydrotreated light paraffinic, synthetic coloring. That is the ingredient list cut and pasted from the manufacturer website as of 11/07/2014. As you see, beeswax is pretty far down on the list. I feel that this is important to know for those who are purchasing these crayons with the idea that they are safe for children to put in their mouths (as I've seen in other reviews). Depending upon your view regarding some of these compounds, you may or may not feel that the crayons meet your personal definition of "non-toxic" products, particularly in regard to mouthing. I feel that this is an important clarification because I suspect that the product name may be a little misleading for some. If you are looking for a purely beeswax crayon, this is not the right product.
The crayons do have a nice texture to them when drawing, and the colors are nice and bright. I feel that they color well. I've put in a (perhaps somewhat too long) clip of me doodling with them in my video review so that you can see how the colors transfer to the paper.Read more ›
They don't have that sweet beeswax smell. If I didn't know what they were made of I would assume a poor quality wax, like RoseArt. The pretty packaging is a waste. In order to get a good grip you have to take off the slippery papers. That being said, they lay down a brilliant color, blend extremely well, and for the price losing one or two is not so hard on my wallet.
These are great for the job I bought them for but I won't be purchasing them again.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
everything came quickly and what I ordered
I advise everyone to enjoy and order
These are wonderful. Affordable to begin to do Encaustics and they are bright colored. I wonder if you can buy individual crayon colors. I love them bPublished 1 month ago by Tommy B. McDonell, Ph.D.
Doesn't color smooth like a regular crayon does. I personally didn't care for them.Published 1 month ago by Pamela Y.
The colors are pretty and we enjoyed using them for a short while. However, they are really soft and quickly broke. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ellen Reynolds
I purchased four types of beeswax crayons for my kids. I have all the crayons out of their respective packages and in the same "crayon bucket" so my kids can choose freely... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Work of Life
They are soft enough to color with slight pressure. They do not smell bad like other brand name crayons. Read morePublished 3 months ago by LAnn