Beeswax | Refined | Premium grade


Refined beeswax is used in Beauty Salons as well as to protect leather materials.


Sold: 4 Blocks per bag x 120g

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Product Description

Refined beeswax is used in Beauty Salons as well as to protect leather materials.

Beeswax is produced by bees of the genus Apis. It is used in a variety of products, including:

  • Candles: Beeswax candles have a longer burn time and produce less soot than candles made from other waxes.
  • Cosmetics: Beeswax is a common ingredient in lip balms, creams, and other cosmetics because it is moisturizing and has anti-inflammatory properties.
  • Wood polish: Beeswax can be used to polish and protect wood surfaces.
  • Food preservation: Beeswax can be used to preserve the freshness of fruits and vegetables.
  • Sewing and crafts: Beeswax can be used as a natural thread conditioner and to make molds for craft projects.
  • Medicine: Beeswax has been used in traditional medicine to treat a variety of ailments, including burns, wounds, and skin irritation.

How to restore your shoes with beeswax:

To use beeswax on your shoes, you will need the following items:

  • Beeswax
  • A soft cloth
  • A hair dryer

Begin by heating the beeswax using a hair dryer until it becomes soft and pliable.

Rub the beeswax onto the leather using a soft cloth, making sure to cover the entire surface of the shoe. Use the hair dryer to heat the beeswax and help it penetrate the leather.

Once the beeswax has been applied, use a second cloth to buff the shoes until they shine.

Beeswax can help to restore the natural oils in leather, giving it a softer, more supple feel. It can also help to protect the leather from water and stains, making it a useful tool for maintaining the lifespan of your shoes.

Pack size 30g 

4 Bars of wax