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Beeswax Uses: Lip Balm & More

Make your own beeswax candles, furniture polish and more with Blain’s Farm & Fleet.

Beekeeping has some great perks, including honey and beeswax. Beeswax can be used to make all kinds of organic beauty products, home decor, medical remedies and more. You can make your own beeswax products with a little help from Blain’s Farm & Fleet.

Beeswax Candles

Beeswax Uses Lip Balm and More
Beeswax can be used for a variety of solutions and remedies around your home.

Beeswax candles are a great alternative to regular wax candles. They give off a warm glow and actually help rid the air of toxins. When making the candles, most people combine the beeswax with essential oils or coconut oil. It keeps the beeswax from getting too hot and breaking the jar or candle holder. We’ve gathered a few different recipes to make your own candles.

How to Make Beeswax Candles – Easy, Healthy and Affordable! – This recipe from mommypotamus uses coconut oil.

How to Make Beeswax Candles – This recipe from The Prairie Homestead uses mason jars.

Get creative with candle holders. You can use mason jars for a rustic look. Screw on a canning lid, add a decorative label or tag, and you have the perfect homemade gift for any occasion.

Beeswax Lip Balm

No one likes having chapped lips. Moisturize and soothe those dry lips with your very own homemade lip balm. In fact, you can even use it to soothe cuts, scrapes and dry hands. The honey you harvested can also be used to make balm. Homemade lip balm is another great gift that everyone will love.

DIY Beeswax Lip Balm – This recipe from Mom Prepares is easy to make and inexpensive.

Beeswax Furniture Polish

When your wooden furniture starts to look dull, some beeswax can help it look shiny and new. It can also give you a natural option, compared to polishes full of chemicals. It’s not only good for your furniture, it’s good for you, too.

How to Make Natural Beeswax Furniture Polish –  This recipe from Lovely Greens only requires two ingredients: the wax and olive oil. You can throw in essential oils for a scented option. Keep it in a mason jar, or even give it as a gift.

Beeswax is just one of the great rewards of beekeeping. Visit our beekeeping blog to learn more about the perks of beekeeping and caring for honey bees. And of course, you can find all of your beekeeping supplies at Blain’s Farm & Fleet.


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