Beeswax Candles and Beeswax Bars from Two Busy Bees Honey

September 18, 2018

Beeswax Candles and Beeswax Bars from Two Busy Bees Honey

Beeswax is coloured naturally by pollen and fragranced by honey and flower nectar.

Beeswax Bars - Set of Three

These beautiful beeswax bars are handcrafted from fresh honeycomb, after our delicious raw honey has been cold pressed and removed from the comb. The resulting beeswax has a beautiful natural colour and a wonderful light honey aroma. It is naturally filtered through fine muslin to remove any hive impurities up to six times, ready to impart wonderful properties to your homemade products. Colour variations found in pollen results in the yellow colour of these beeswax bars varying throughout the year.

Pure refined beeswax has so many wonderful uses, beeswax for cosmetic use, beeswax for soap making, beeswax for food wraps and beeswax for woodwork projects.

Pure beeswax candles from Two Busy Bees Honey

Beeswax Candles - Set of Two

Beeswax candles have a higher melt point than other waxes which results in a brighter flame (that doesn't smoke) and warm amber glow. Two Busy Bees Honey bright yellow handcrafted beeswax candles have a warm honey aroma when burning and produces negative ions that actually clean the air a create a real sense of well being and contentment.

Beeswax Bars and Beeswax Candles are available to purchase in our online store or from our profile on Farmhouse Direct

 





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