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Product Notice July 17, 2023: Our white beeswax is now packaged in pastille form but was previously packaged in granules. Granules and pastilles handle, measure, and melt similarly.

White Beeswax can easily be used in a wide variety of natural bath and body products as well as candle making. Packaged in pastille form for easy handling and measuring, this pure beeswax has a reduced odor when compared to Yellow Beeswax due to a filtration process that removes the color. White Beeswax can be dyed to achieve vibrant colors in a variety of products. 

Beeswax is ideal for detailed embeds, pillar candles, and wax melts. It can also be a key ingredient in balms, salves, butters, bars, and more personal care products!

Looking for inspiration? Try White Beeswax to make a candle embed in our Succulent Candle tutorial

INCI: Cera Alba (Beeswax) 

Candle Maker's Notes:
Beeswax can be very difficult to wick. When, where, and how it was obtained all factor into how it will perform in candles. With so many variables, it's hard to predict which wick size to use. For this reason, it will take a bit more testing to find the best one for your candles. We generally recommend the ECO series for beeswax. 

Troubleshooting Tips

  • Review our FAQ for details on using beeswax.
  • What’s the right wax for your needs? Visit our Wax Guide.

Wholesale Ordering
View our wholesale page for more information on ordering in bulk.

Made in the USA

Properties

Wax Type
Beeswax
Form
Pastilles
Rec. Wick Series
ECO
Melt Point
144°F (62.2°C)
Pour Temp
175°F (79.4°C)
Prop 65 Warning
No

Instructions

Heat to 185°F (85°C) using a double boiler. Add fragrance or essential oil, remove from heat, and stir for two minutes. Pour at 175°F (79.4°C). Allow candles to cure for two weeks for optimal fragrance throw.

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4 out of 5 Stars.
38 reviews

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5 out of 5 Stars.
Good wax

Made some wax melts with this wax, it worked very well, the liquid dye I use mixed well in it, wax itself doesn't have much of a smell. Seems to be a good texture. Will order again!

4 out of 5 Stars.
Different texture

I ordered my second bag and this one has more of a granulated texture. My first bag mixed it with 464 and I loved it but I haven’t used this one get, not sure if it will work well like the first bag.

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CandleScience responded: 2023-07-14

Hi there, thanks so much for your review. A member of our Support team has reached out to you via email to take a look!

5 out of 5 Stars.
Great quality

I don't agree with the reviews saying they smell bad - they have the faint smell of honey along with the characteristic scent of wax. The honey scent is obviously not as strong as ones in unrefined beeswax, but it's not unpleasant all the same. Melts really well and I love that they come in pastilles.

4 out of 5 Stars.
Bad smell

The bees wax smells like stinky feet. This batch left cracks in my candles. Even after using a heat gun. I mix the bees with soy

5 out of 5 Stars.

I to have mixed soy and beeswax and had no bad smells. I have switched to only beeswax because some of my regular customers were allergic. You beeswax is easy to work with and smells great.

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