Raw Wax Uses
People buy beeswax for a variety of reasons including beeswax wraps, candle making, restoring furniture, batik dyeing, for soaps, creams, lotions, lip balms, making crayons, leather conditioning and waxing surfboards. Check out our recipes for inspiration!
Creation of Natural Beeswax
Natural beeswax is produced by wax producing glands of worker bees who discard it in the hive. The working bees in the hive then collect the raw wax and create the honeycomb cells for storing pollen and honey as well as for safe protection for their young.
The honeycomb constructed of six-sided hexagon shaped cylinders is a triumph of engineering due to its strength and the fact that it uses the least possible amount of natural wax to hold the maximum amount of honey.
Buy Australia’s Best Beeswax
You can buy the rustic chunks or blocks from Simply Honey in 1kg lots or if you wish to buy beeswax in bulk please email us at [email protected]