Before You Begin…

Our recipes call for 100% pure Beeswax Co. beeswax. In each case, melt beeswax gently and safely using a double boiler. Keep beeswax uncovered while melting — you don’t want boiling water to condense on the lid and drip into your wax. Do not use a microwave — beeswax can easily reach the flash point and ignite.

Lip Balm

1tblsp beeswax
2 tblsp coconut oil
2 capsules vitamin E

Bare Wood Finish

1lb beeswax
1 pint turpentine
1 pint boiled linseed oil
Apply with soft cloth, dry, then buff with wool

Petroleum Jelly

1ounce beeswax
1/2 cup mineral oil (or baby oil)

All Purpose Skin Cream

3 ounces beeswax
2/3 cup mineral oil or baby oil
4 ounces lanolin
3/4 cup water
1 tsp borax
a few drops of you favorite
fragrant oil

Herbal Salve

2 ounces beeswax
1 ounce Jojoba oil
3 ounces sweet almond oil
1/2 ounce canola oil
2 tblsp essential oil of your choice

Lip Gloss

1tblsp beeswax
tblsp sweet almond or coconut oil
4 drops essential oil (orange, lemon, mint,….)

Wood Furniture Polish

1ounce beeswax
1 pint turpentine
2 cups water
1 ounce soap flakes

Hand Lotion

1 part beeswax
4 parts olive oil (add a little
coconut oil)

Antiseptic Balm

2 ounces beeswax
1 ounce Jojoba oil
3 ounces sweet almond oil
1tblsp wheatgerm oil
1 tblsp myrrh essential oil
1 tblsp tea tree essential oil

Moisturizing Cream

1ounce beeswax
4 ounces sweet almond oil
2 ounces water
1 tsp vitamin E oil
1 tsp lavender essential oil

Need another option?

We happily accept your beeswax donations. Once we’ve collected enough donated beeswax, we carefully clean it and pour fresh candles that we give to charitable organizations right here in Texas.