These natural beeswax sticks are made in a small workshop in the tiny village of Cottenham, Cambridge. The beeswax sticks are handmade and completely natural, so they may vary in colour. The colour of beeswax depends on its natural ingredients and the type of flowers gathered by the bees. In fact, honeycomb wax is nearly white. Beeswax gets its yellow and brown tones from pollen oils, in flowers, and propolis, in tree buds and sap flows.
Uses: Natural beeswax sticks have an astounding range of uses:
Making beeswax wraps
Batik print making
Filling scratches, cracks and holes in furniture restoration