Natural Beeswax is used as a building material for honeycombs. Because of its soft, pliable nature, bee wax Cera Alba) remains an indispensable raw material for many finished products even after centuries of commercial use. Applications: Creams, Lotions, Lipsticks, Cold Creams, Depilatories, Ointments, Salves, Pharmaceutical Excipients, Food Additive, Food Inks and Coatings, Non-food Inks and Coatings, Emulsions, Color Cosmetics, Hair Care; Furniture, Wood, and Leather Polishes; Textile, Wood, and Paper Finishes; Lubricants, Candles, Moldings, and numerous industrial applications.
Color : Light Yellow, Beige Drop point/ Melting point : 61 - 67 °C Acid value : 5 - 24 mg KOH/g (Typical : 6.8) Ester value : 70 - 80 mg KOH/g Saponification value : 85 - 104 mg KOH/g Ester/Acid Ratio : 3.3 - 4.3 Ceresin, Paraffins and certain other waxes : passes test Glycerol and other polyols : passes test Form : granular, pastilles
Yellow beeswax pellets for cosmetics
Natural beeswax bars for crafting
White beeswax pastilles for candle-making
Organic beeswax sheets for DIY projects
Pure beeswax blocks for wood polishing
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