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White Beeswax Granules

SKU: 7156
$12.99

Availability: In stock

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White beeswax granules have been filtered to remove color, but the natural beeswax aroma remains. White beeswax granules are so much easier to work with than beeswax blocks! Use them for homemade sunscreen, cosmetics, and more!

About White Beeswax Granules

  • Filtered beeswax, with color naturally removed
  • Clean white appearance
  • 1-lb package
  • Sun bleached to remove color
  • The beeswax is sourced from around the world and manufactured in the USA.

 

Recipes Using Beeswax Granules

Beeswax makes a wonderful base in many homemade body care product recipes.

 

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1 Reviews For "White Beeswax Granules"

  1. White Beeswax Granules

    by Deb on 10 Sat,2015

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    I don't have a lot of experience with beeswax granules but I trust your company, prices, and quality. I used the beeswax granules to make plantain salve - it turned out perfectly so I would guess my products from Cultures for Health were part of the success. Thank you.

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  • From Teresa at 11/27/2015 10:32 PM
    • Is this from an organic source?
    • The white beeswax is not organic. It is however, filtered with the color naturally removed. It is sourced from around the world and manufactured in the USA.
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  • From Julie at 8/1/2015 2:10 PM
    • Your recipe for natural sunscreen calls for 1/4 c. of these. How many cups are in a pound package? Thanks.
    • The package holds about 4 cups of granules.
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