Stakich Pure White BEESWAX Pellets - 100% Natural, Cosmetic Grade, Premium Quality - (1 lb)
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- ✔ 100% PURE & NATURAL : Cosmetic/USP Grade, Premium Quality, Triple Filtered Grade A White Beeswax
- ✔ UNSCENTED : Naturally Sweet, Mild Aroma
- ✔ SOOTHES & SOFTENS : Stakich Beeswax Protects Skin From Dehydration and Provides Antibacterial Properties
- ✔ BEE CREATIVE : Perfect for DIY Projects Like Skin Care Products, Lotions, Candle Making, etc.
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Cosmetic/USP Grade, Premium Quality, Triple Filtered, Grade A White Beeswax
Stakich Beeswax is 100% pure, filtered, and of the highest quality to give you a product that is perfect for any cosmetic or hobby use. It has been collected from pesticide-free fields making it a clean and safe choice.
With its natural anti-bacterial properties, and high water-holding capacity, it is great for lotions, lip balms and skin care products that help retain natural skin moisture. You can also melt it down to make your own aromatic candles. Pellets make it easy to melt for whatever you need.
Beeswax is the oldest and purest wax in the world. At honey harvest time, the honeycombs are carefully opened to allow for honey to drain from the comb. The bees seal the honey into the combs with wax capping placed over every cell filled with honey. This capping is removed at harvest and is used in the production of our beeswax. Beeswax soothes and softens the skin, protects it from dehydration and provides antibacterial properties. And since beeswax candles emit very little smoke, our beeswax is great for making candles, too.
From the Stakich Beehive
Family-owned and operated since 1925, Stakich started with one simple goal: to provide top quality products for our friends and family. With a complete line of bee hive products, herbal extracts, superfoods, dietary supplements and other fine items, we’re proud to offer high quality, 100% pure and natural products, with fast and reliable service worldwide.
We are continuously looking for ways to make you healthier by providing only the finest natural ingredients in all of the products we offer and cultivating a unique relationship with you! By constantly fine-tuning our mix of products to meet our high standards of quality and value, we aim to satisfy your health food and supplement needs. And with hundreds of healthy and delicious items, we hope that you, too, can fall in love with our products.
Furniture/Cutting Board Polish
Stakich Beeswax makes an excellent wood and furniture polish. Use it to preserve your favorite wooden cutting boards, butcher blocks, shelving units, tables, chairs, and sculptures.
Simply measure 1 part beeswax with 4 parts oil (olive, coconut, jojoba, walnut, sesame, etc.) in a bowl and melt in the microwave or using a double boiler technique, stirring until combined completely. Allow to cool in a glass or tin container, stirring occasionally until solidified. Apply liberally to your wooden products.
- 1 oz Stakich Beeswax
- 5 oz almond oil (olive oil can also be used)
- 1 Tbsp Stakich Raw Honey
- 4 drops of essential oil (rose, orange, lavender)
- Lip balm tube or containers
- Glass measuring cup
- Disposable pipettes
Remove the saucepan from the heat and allow to cool for 3-5 minutes. Add essential oil, stirring for 1 minute. Use the disposable pipettes to transfer the mixture into your tube or containers and allow to cool completely.
Did you know Beeswax candles purify the air in your home? Our high quality beeswax releases negative ions when burned, which works to detoxify the air. Many people burn beeswax candles to achieve this effect, or to replace store bought candles, which often contain toxic chemicals.
Perfect as a gift or your own pleasure, set a comfortable, intimate mood with natural candles, enhanced by the mild, sweet scent of honey.
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Other reviews have mentioned the odor. In paste form there is some odor but I didn't find it objectionable. After applying the finish, waiting for it to be absorbed into the wood then buffing with a shop towel, I wasn't able to detect any odor.
I would recommend this wax and will reorder it after I use up this batch.
I melted it and mixed it with coconut oil and added a teaspoon of lavender oil for my homemade lotion and refrigerated about 12 mini lotion bars for 1 hour. Once I took them out, they were completely set and were a beautiful creamy-white with a smooth consistency and I felt great about giving them away as favors. I wrapped them up in wax paper with a tie and they held their shape in room temperature. If it gets hotter in the summer months, I'm not sure if the lotion bars will hold up their shape but I think adding cocoa butter will help with that.
Because of how easy it is to melt the pellets and the neutral base it provides, I will probably keep buying these because it's such a great foundation for lotions and candles. I would recommend these for anyone who doesn't want to be chipping away at a block of beeswax and prefers to use smaller quantities that can be easily measured out.
Would I call it smelly? Not really. Sure you can smell it, but if you associate "smelly" with "smelly socks," then I wouldn't say smelly.
Odor? Yes, an odor, but not a "foul odor" that you might expect from a garbage can.
I personally do not find the "aroma" to be obnoxious or nauseating. It is distinct, but I have also found that it DOES DISSIPATE after melting and even more given time out in the open air (if your application allows for it to air out after whatever you've done with it).
I cannot detect the "bouquet" in any of the salves or balms that I've made using the pellets. The other ingredients easily over-power it.
I've been using it to wax cotton, and this is where I can tell that the "fragrance" starts to go away after a couple of days sitting out. I might guess that there are some compounds present in the wax which oxidize or evaporate over time bringing it closer to a "scentless" state. Balms/lotions/salves/etc are probably going to be in an airtight container as you wouldn't want the other ingredients in them to oxidize or evaporate, but as I've previously stated, I cannot detect the beeswax over the other ingredients.
FYI, the pellets are about the size of a brown lentil and melt readily.
I have not experienced it being harmful to skin as I've gotten it all over my hands while working with it as well as used in several on-skin applications without issue.