New Beeswax Supplier

Rolling into the Fall season this year, waxes are coming back into a strong swing for demand as the palpable aroma of festive candles fill the air.  Accompanying the excitement, Jedwards is proud to announce a new supplier of Organic Certified Beeswax to meet such demand, and what better way to do so than from our own backyard in the US!  Sustainable formulas met with a strong standing of business; this new producer is sure to bring only the best quality for your many Beeswax needs.

The range of applications Beeswax is used for extends farther than window shopping for candles!  Bulk Beeswax granules are used in the automotive industry to act as a protective coating in preserving the outer body of the vehicle, serving as a repellent to water.  Interestingly, the cosmetic industry takes this concept and places it upside down with the Beeswax serving as a means to “lock in” moisture for the skin for those who are concerned about the colder, more dry temperatures that we are so very accustomed to during this season!  The soft, yet malleable composition of this material also makes for a great emulsifier.

Want to jump in on the candle fun?  Follow these steps and get ready to dim the lights!

(Pro Tip: If you do not have a double boiler for these instructions, you can set a heat-safe bowl on top of a pot for the same effect)

  1. Pour your Beeswax in a double boiler over medium heat so it melts completely. 
  2. While the wax is melting, glue a candle wick to the bottom of a glass jar with a hot glue gun. 
  3. Put 20-30 drops of your favorite Essential Oil into the melted wax and stir it to mix it well. 
  4. Pour the wax into your glass jar, making sure to keep the wick straight with a chopstick or a pencil.  Let the beeswax harden before lighting your candle.

*Jedwards is solely a wholesale distributor and not a formulator, please research best practices prior to handling these instructions*

Dry skin problems during the cold weather?  Protect your smile, Beeswax style!

  1. Mix ¼ cup (59ml) of Canola Oil (S1100) in the top portion of a double boiler along with ¼ oz (7.1g) of Beeswax. 
  2. Turn on your stove and let the double boiler heat up and melt the Beeswax.  Once the oil and Beeswax have combined, pour the liquid into a heat-safe container. 
  3. Add in 15-20 drops of
  4. if you want to add scents to your cream.  Once the mixture is solidified, use your finger to apply the cream. 
  5. If your cream is too thick, melt it again and add more Canola Oil (S1100) to the mixture to loosen it.

*Jedwards is solely a wholesale distributor and not a formulator, please research best practices prior to handling these instructions*

Our popular versions of this product include;

Beeswax – Yellow Granules – Organic (Item# B4040)

Beeswax – White Granules – Organic (Item# B4050)

Our Natural, yellow beeswax granules are characterized by their golden yellow hue.  They are filtered to be free of debris.  Our Natural, White Beeswax granules have a clean white appearance and as with the Yellow, all debris has been filtered, however with this product the color is removed by naturally bleaching through exposure in thin layers to air, sunlight and moisture, resulting in a white appearance.  The cleanliness and small size of both granule products contribute to the product’s ease of use.  The aroma of both materials is described as naturally mild and sweet.