Beeswax

  1. Beeswax Facts - Nature's Hidden Secret

    Beeswax Facts - Nature's Hidden Secret

    Ancient Egyptians and Roman cultures used beeswax for natural skin and beauty treatments. Today, beeswax is still used in the production of many products such as candles, lotions and cosmetic products. If you are looking for a safe alternative to toxic chemicals, homemade products containing beeswax are a great substitute with amazing health benefits.

    Beeswax has a variety of uses

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  2. Benefits of Honey

    Benefits of Honey

    Honey has long been a wonderful addition in the human diet since the dawn of time. It is a natural substance with many holistic benefits that is excreted by honeybees. This article will discuss the risks and benefits of honey.

    Recent research

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  3. Are wax melts safe?

    Are wax melts safe?

    Are wax melts safe?

    What are wax melts?

    Wax melts are pieces of wax that are infused with fragrances made to be melted in a warmer. They were created when candle companies had excess wax left over from candles.

    Are wax melts safe?

    The safety of wax melts depends on what the ingredients of the wax melts

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  4. Benefits of Beeswax Candles

    Benefits of Beeswax Candles

    Benefits of Beeswax Candles

    Candles made from beeswax also have many health benefits unlike traditional candles made from substances such as paraffin. Paraffin is a common candle ingredient. It is a waste product created from petroleum and is typically used as candle wax. When heated, paraffin releases a carcinogenic chemical in the air. The Occupational Safety

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  5. Is Make-Up Toxic? 

    Is Make-Up Toxic? 

    Is Make-Up Toxic? 

    Using make up is a standard beauty practice for most women. But are the ingredients in traditional beauty products safe for daily use? Do we really know what the foundation, powder, eyeliner and lipsticks we use contain?

     

    Traditional make- up products can contain the following concerning

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  6. Types of Wax for Candle Making

    Types of Wax for Candle Making

    Types of Wax for Candle Making

    Candle making can be a fun crafting project and is a great way to create natural, toxin free candles to scent your home or office. But there are many different types of waxes you can use to create candles, how do you know which one to choose?  This article will cover all the wax options and help you make an educated decision on which wax

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  7. How to Color Beeswax

    How to Color Beeswax

    How to Color Beeswax

     

    Beeswax is a substance produced by worker bees, which is secreted by glands on the bee’s abdomen. It is naturally a yellow-brownish color, but can be purified to different shades of yellow or even white. Beeswax makes a great ingredient to create natural, homemade products. This article will explain how you can color beeswax t

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  8. Life Hack- How to Make Natural Deodorant

    Life Hack- How to Make Natural Deodorant

    Antiperspirant types of deodorants, especially those containing chemicals such as aluminum are not recommended by holistic health practitioners because the body has processes it uses to detoxify itself. When you place toxic chemicals into your sweat glands, your body cannot fully rid itself of toxins.

     

    You can make your own natural deodorant with the following recipes:

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  9. The Basics of Beeswax - What is it? How to Use it to benefit your life!

    The Basics of Beeswax - What is it? How to Use it to benefit your life!

    The Basics of Beeswax

    Beeswax is a substance produced by worker bees, which is secreted by glands on the bee’s abdomen. It is naturally a yellow-brownish color, but can also be purified to different shades of yellow or even white. Beeswax has been used since ancient times for its amazing benefits. Ancient Egyptians and Roman cultures used b

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  10. Funny Folk Remedies

    Funny Folk Remedies

    Funny Folk Remedies

     

    Natural remedies have been around since the dawn of time itself. Many cultures have used herbal tinctures, medicinal mushrooms and even utilitising the elements to promote healing and wellness. In Mary Tylor's most recent podcast episode, our staff discussed some hilarious folk remedies.

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