1lb of Beeswax Bars - 100% Pure | All Natural | Unscented | Locally Sourced | Bulk | 1oz Bars

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1lb of Beeswax Bars - 100% Pure | All Natural | Unscented | Locally Sourced | Bulk | 1oz Bars

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Handmade Supply

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Materials

Pure, Beeswax, Natural, Honey

These 100% Pure Beeswax Blocks are convenient to work with and posses all of the great qualities beeswax has to offer. I source my wax from a local apiary in Central New York and personally filter out impurities for the best quality beeswax. Every block is a beautiful golden hue with a sweet, subtle scent of honey. For candle making, I highly recommend using either on its own or with high quality essential oils.

Beeswax has a wide variety of uses including but not limited to the following:

* Furniture lubricant
* Mustache creams
* Rust prevention
* Ingredient in furniture polish
* Wood conditioner
* Dripless candles
* Ingredient for candies
* Waterproof leather
* Homemade crayons
* Sewing
* Jewelry making
* Glass etching
* Cosmetics
* Blacksmithing

And this is just naming a few! The possibilities are endless, so you should always have some beeswax on hand.

Weight: 1.0oz - 1.3oz per bar. Each order will contain between 16 bars of wax per pound.
These 100% Pure Beeswax Blocks are convenient to work with and posses all of the great qualities beeswax has to offer. I source my wax from a local apiary in Central New York and personally filter out impurities for the best quality beeswax. Every block is a beautiful golden hue with a sweet, subtle scent of honey. For candle making, I highly recommend using either on its own or with high quality essential oils.

Beeswax has a wide variety of uses including but not limited to the following:

* Furniture lubricant
* Mustache creams
* Rust prevention
* Ingredient in furniture polish
* Wood conditioner
* Dripless candles
* Ingredient for candies
* Waterproof leather
* Homemade crayons
* Sewing
* Jewelry making
* Glass etching
* Cosmetics
* Blacksmithing

And this is just naming a few! The possibilities are endless, so you should always have some beeswax on hand.

Weight: 1.0oz - 1.3oz per bar. Each order will contain between 16 bars of wax per pound.

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Returns and exchanges accepted
Exceptions may apply. See return policy

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars (155)

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Returns & exchanges

I gladly accept returns, exchanges, and cancellations

Contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 30 days of delivery
Request a cancellation within: 2 days of purchase

The following items can't be returned or exchanged

Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Perishable products (like food or flowers)
  • Digital downloads
  • Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)

Returns and exchange details

If you are unsatisfied with your order, I will gladly accept any returns of unused items within 30 days of purchase. In terms of bulk purchases, no more than one candle may be burned to receive a full refund. If you have not received your purchase within a week after receiving shipment confirmation, please notify me within 3 days so I can look into the situation. I appreciate your timeliness in advance!

Questions about your order?

Please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

Shipping policies

I typically ship via USPS Priority Mail unless otherwise requested or noted. All orders will include insurance and tracking numbers when possible. I will be more than happy to accommodate other delivery methods, so please feel free to inquire.

Additional policies

I would love to provide custom orders! I encourage you to reach out to me if you have a custom request. Please understand that I am learning and growing, so I may not be able to accommodate all requests.

Here I have compiled a list of frequently asked questions and I hope some pretty good answers! If you have a question that you don't see here, please message me! I'd be more than happy to answer any questions you may have!

Q: How are Allie Bee candles made?
A: I first pick up my wax from a local apiary which comes in almost a wheel form. I then chip off the wax needed for the order I'm about to pour (this can be great stress relief!) I gently melt down the wax in a double-boiler to prevent any breakdown, this preserves the natural golden color and sweet honey scent. Next, the wax is lightly filtered to remove any large debris, such as honeybees and fibers. Then the wax is poured into the appropriate molds and will cure until they have cooled enough to be removed. Lastly, I assemble the candles (if a wick and cup are necessary) and package them up to be shipped!

Q: Where does beeswax come from?
A: The youngest worker bees make the beeswax from glands on their abdomen, from which workers construct the honeycomb.These glands produce wax droplets, which harden into flakes when exposed to air. The workers must work the wax flakes in their mouths to soften them into a workable construction material.

Q: What are the benefits of burning beeswax?
A: Beeswax is an all-natural product, brought to us by some of the world's hardest workers. It is naturally smokeless, and may even emit negative ions while burning to purify the air. These negative ions work to attach themselves to positive ions in the air, which are typically attached to dust, mold, and other harmful pollutants.

Q: Why shouldn't I burn paraffin candles?
A: Paraffin wax is derived from crude oil sludge, basically the unusable substance left behind in the oil barrel. It is then bleached and chemically treated to give it a more "pleasant appearance". When you burn paraffin wax you are burning an oil by-product in your home, nasty toxins and all. This is why frequently you will notice black soot stains if you burn a candle too close to a wall. The toxins emitted from paraffin candles have been compared to diesel fumes, and that doesn't include the cocktail of fragrances and dyes your burning either.

Q: How long do beeswax candles burn for, in comparison to traditional candles?
A: Beeswax candles will burn longer than paraffin wax candles. You may see "extended burn" paraffin wax candles out there, but remember Allie Bee Candle Company uses NO ADDITIVES! Chances are, the extended burn you are getting from the other guys is just chemical burn off.

Q: Why are beeswax candles more expensive?
A: It takes thousands and thousands of bees to produce the wax for even one candle. Paraffin candles are made simply from a waste by-product instead of one of nature's true beauties. Therefore, beeswax is more expensive to purchase since it is less readily available.

Q: Where does Allie Bee Candle Company source it's wax?
A: I source my beeswax from a local apiary in Cato, NY. It is 100% completely unaltered when I pick it up from the beekeeper.

Q: What is the white, dusty film on my candles?
A: This is called bloom. It is a natural occurrence that only happens to 100% pure, beeswax candles. If you have beeswax candles that do not "bloom", chances are the wax may have been cut with a lesser wax such as paraffin, soy, or palm. Some people may enjoy the antiqued look of a bloomed candle, but if you don't it's not a problem! Simply take a soft cloth or nylon and lightly buff the candle. It will be back to looking brand new in no time!

Q: What do you use to color and fragrance your candles?
A: Absolutely nothing. Any color or fragrance in my candles is 100% how nature intended, completely unaltered. The color of my candles may vary from batch to batch depending on pollen and honey content. Rest assured I use absolutely no artificial colorants or additives.

Q: What kind of wicks do you use in Allie Bee candles?
A: I use custom made wicks that are designed for the use in beeswax candles. They are square braided and primed in beeswax for ultimate purity. They will never contain any metals to prevent the addition of toxins, soot, and smoke.

Q: Are beeswax tapers truly dripless?
A: Yes! I have personally burned my beeswax tapers and can state that they are truly dripless. The key is to make sure you keep your wick trimmed to 1/4in at all times and to keep out of a drafty area.

Q: Will you be selling pillar candles in the future?
A: I plan to! I am really just focusing on perfecting my collection now, but hope to add pillar candles to my shop soon.

Q: How long do beeswax candles stay fresh for?
A: Beeswax candles will never go bad! They are their own natural preservative, as is honey. You shouldn't have to worry about your candles losing any burn quality if you store them for a long period of time.
I would love to provide custom orders! I encourage you to reach out to me if you have a custom request. Please understand that I am learning and growing, so I may not be able to accommodate all requests.

Here I have compiled a list of frequently asked questions and I hope some pretty good answers! If you have a question that you don't see here, please message me! I'd be more than happy to answer any questions you may have!

Q: How are Allie Bee candles made?
A: I first pick up my wax from a local apiary which comes in almost a wheel form. I then chip off the wax needed for the order I'm about to pour (this can be great stress relief!) I gently melt down the wax in a double-boiler to prevent any breakdown, this preserves the natural golden color and sweet honey scent. Next, the wax is lightly filtered to remove any large debris, such as honeybees and fibers. Then the wax is poured into the appropriate molds and will cure until they have cooled enough to be removed. Lastly, I assemble the candles (if a wick and cup are necessary) and package them up to be shipped!

Q: Where does beeswax come from?
A: The youngest worker bees make the beeswax from glands on their abdomen, from which workers construct the honeycomb.These glands produce wax droplets, which harden into flakes when exposed to air. The workers must work the wax flakes in their mouths to soften them into a workable construction material.

Q: What are the benefits of burning beeswax?
A: Beeswax is an all-natural product, brought to us by some of the world's hardest workers. It is naturally smokeless, and may even emit negative ions while burning to purify the air. These negative ions work to attach themselves to positive ions in the air, which are typically attached to dust, mold, and other harmful pollutants.

Q: Why shouldn't I burn paraffin candles?
A: Paraffin wax is derived from crude oil sludge, basically the unusable substance left behind in the oil barrel. It is then bleached and chemically treated to give it a more "pleasant appearance". When you burn paraffin wax you are burning an oil by-product in your home, nasty toxins and all. This is why frequently you will notice black soot stains if you burn a candle too close to a wall. The toxins emitted from paraffin candles have been compared to diesel fumes, and that doesn't include the cocktail of fragrances and dyes your burning either.

Q: How long do beeswax candles burn for, in comparison to traditional candles?
A: Beeswax candles will burn longer than paraffin wax candles. You may see "extended burn" paraffin wax candles out there, but remember Allie Bee Candle Company uses NO ADDITIVES! Chances are, the extended burn you are getting from the other guys is just chemical burn off.

Q: Why are beeswax candles more expensive?
A: It takes thousands and thousands of bees to produce the wax for even one candle. Paraffin candles are made simply from a waste by-product instead of one of nature's true beauties. Therefore, beeswax is more expensive to purchase since it is less readily available.

Q: Where does Allie Bee Candle Company source it's wax?
A: I source my beeswax from a local apiary in Cato, NY. It is 100% completely unaltered when I pick it up from the beekeeper.

Q: What is the white, dusty film on my candles?
A: This is called bloom. It is a natural occurrence that only happens to 100% pure, beeswax candles. If you have beeswax candles that do not "bloom", chances are the wax may have been cut with a lesser wax such as paraffin, soy, or palm. Some people may enjoy the antiqued look of a bloomed candle, but if you don't it's not a problem! Simply take a soft cloth or nylon and lightly buff the candle. It will be back to looking brand new in no time!

Q: What do you use to color and fragrance your candles?
A: Absolutely nothing. Any color or fragrance in my candles is 100% how nature intended, completely unaltered. The color of my candles may vary from batch to batch depending on pollen and honey content. Rest assured I use absolutely no artificial colorants or additives.

Q: What kind of wicks do you use in Allie Bee candles?
A: I use custom made wicks that are designed for the use in beeswax candles. They are square braided and primed in beeswax for ultimate purity. They will never contain any metals to prevent the addition of toxins, soot, and smoke.

Q: Are beeswax tapers truly dripless?
A: Yes! I have personally burned my beeswax tapers and can state that they are truly dripless. The key is to make sure you keep your wick trimmed to 1/4in at all times and to keep out of a drafty area.

Q: Will you be selling pillar candles in the future?
A: I plan to! I am really just focusing on perfecting my collection now, but hope to add pillar candles to my shop soon.

Q: How long do beeswax candles stay fresh for?
A: Beeswax candles will never go bad! They are their own natural preservative, as is honey. You shouldn't have to worry about your candles losing any burn quality if you store them for a long period of time.

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