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  Beeswax Beads (no ratings yet)
For your formulating and compounding.


I love the scent of natural beeswax. And when I have time to make salves, balms and creams, I use a lot of it. But MELTING a solid chunk of beeswax to produce 1 teaspoon of melted beeswax takes forever. It won't grate on my grater, it ate the food processor shredding blade. So, I compromized and brought in some of these delightful wee beads. I love the aroma of natural beeswax. (Thinking one could also use these for candles!)

Please note, the 2 oz (net weight) is packaged in a 4 oz PET jar, ready to hold the balm or salve you create using this lovely beeswax.

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