• Is this 100% bees wax?

    Yes, we collect the crude beeswax from beekeeping farm directly and filter it physically using our Quadruple-Filteration equipment to get pure refined beeswax.

  • It is my experience over many years that the color of Chinese beeswax is great (light yellow), but that the smell is ALWAYS disappointing.

    Regular beeswax more or less fresh from the hive has a sweet, warm, indescribably pleasant smell. You can pick up the sweet smell of honey, the spicy fragrance of the plant resins the bees collect (propolis), the smell of the wood from the hive, and the warm scent of the bees themselves.

  • I am using beeswax for candles and lip balm, body lotion, I love very faint odor beeswax, what can you do?

    See how I use beeswax every day (four recipes):https://bevcooks.com/2016/03/how-i-use-beeswax-every-day/

  • I am beekeeper, I want your beeswax for making hive sheet, bees love strong smell, what can you do?

    See "how to make thin sheets of beeswax for foundation, starter strips, candles and modelling":https://www.pinterest.com.au/pin/149392912615372951/

  • What the advantages of beeswax v.s paraffin wax?

    Beeswax is a renewable all-natural wax produced by honey bees. Its non-toxic properties make it perfect for use as a clean-burning and bright fuel source in beeswax candles. Unlike most paraffin candles, beeswax is hypo-allergenic, which is great for people with allergies or sensitivities and those of us who want clean-burning candles in our homes.