We filter the beeswax that is a by-product of the surplus honey collected from beehives during honey harvests. Surplus honey and beeswax is collected from the Supers (top part of the beehive) and is never collected from the Brood boxes (where the Queen lays eggs and the honey bees store their honey for the winter). This way, the honey bees always have enough supplies of honey and nothing is wasted

We support ethical beekeeping and its values so our beeswax is cruelty-free and from a sustainable source. The honey bees are free to leave and re-enter the beehive as they wish and they are never subjected to heavily perfumed smoke. Surplus beeswax is only collected at certain times of the year. The beeswax that we use is straight from the beehive- no other type of wax (e.g. soy or paraffin), no nasty chemicals or preservatives are added- we only use 100% pure beeswax

  1. Beeswax is a naturally occurring by-product of food pollination (and when beekeepers collect the surplus honey)

  2. Beeswax is the most eco-friendly wax for the environment, for animals and for you and family. Our beeswax is sustainable and renewable

  3. Natural beeswax is biodegradable