White Beeswax doesn't carry the classic aroma that the Yellow beeswax does.
This beeswax is provided in the easy-to-measure and easy-to-melt form of beads (rather than blocks).
The following reviews are from our old website, and predate 2015. Items were ranked from 1 - 5.
I use the bleached pearls for ease of use and for not changing the color/smell of my final formula. I'm happy to no longer melt, mold and grate regular beeswax
I love the bleached beeswax. It doesn't change the color or scent. I use it in my lip gloss, eye shadow and eyeliner formulas :)
I use the white beeswax in my lip balms and solid perfumes. It's so easy to measure out and melt and does not add the honey scent that yellow beeswax has. Works great and will buy more when I run out!
I used golden beeswax to make lip balms, and it's amazing!! It lasts for a long time on my lips unlike cheap chap sticks. I personally like the honey smell too.
I use these for both lip balms & lipsticks. Great texture and easy to work with for beginners. :)
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