Bees Wax Candles and Bees Wax!



Bees Wax

This wax is another natural wax, and this wax is another renewable, non-toxic, non-carcinogenic natural wax. These candles are long burning.

There are 2 basic types of this candle wax refined to make pure beeswax candles or the unrefined wax.

"What's the Difference Between Refined and Un-refined Wax"

Refined wax goes through a special filtering process that removes any contaminants and of course the honey and pollen. So along with removing these contaminants the wax candles will also lose that "subtle" sweet honey scent.

But you are left with pure candle wax!

And can be scented with fragrance or essential oils without any scent distraction.

Un-refined wax does not go through any refining or filtering. And thusly retains that sweet subtle honey scent.

Can These Candles Really Clean the Air

Studies have proven that these candles release negative ions. Sounds bad doesn't it? But it's good! Particles of dust, dander and odors are positively charged. When unscented or scented beeswax candles are burned and release the negative ions they attach themselves to the dirty positive ions and drop them out of the air.

It's the same process like after a nice rain fall cleans the air and makes the air smell clean and fresh. All natural wax candles release negative ions. But this wax releases the most negative ions.

So the next time you see a honey bee thank him for cleaning the air in your home.

"The Bees To The Rescue"

This natural product is also used as with all of the natural waxes in the manufacturing of cosmetics, lotions, soaps and balms. And has many therapeutic qualities.








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Your website is incredible!!!! I learned much. I chuckled when you stated to not expect your "first pour" to be perfect.

LOL My first pour was last week and was mediocre. Try try again. Right?

Thanks, Linda


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Your site has been very helpful to me. I have learned a lot from it, thank you so much.

I plan on using recycled glass also. Thanks again for your wonderful site.
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