What is Beeswax?
A natural wax produced by honey bees, beeswax has been used to create candles for thousands of years. The oldest surviving beeswax candles were found in the almannic graveyard of Oberflacht, Germany, dating back to the 6th century A.D., though documentation of white beeswax being used for candles can be found as early as 40 B.C. from the Han Dynasty of China.
How do I get started?
Piping Rock’s white beeswax for candles has been bleached to remove the natural yellow color, giving you the freedom to truly let your creativity shine and add color to your candle making! Also freed of contaminants, this beeswax is ideal for long-burning candles and has a high melting point of 140-150°F. Get inspired and add your favorite essential oils and colored dyes for a truly fragrant homemade candle that will brighten any room!
New to candlemaking?
Check out this great step-by-step guide to getting started on The Pipe Line and discover just how simple it is to create your own unique candles!