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So for beauty brands that means eliminating the use of common ingredients like beeswax (often used in lip balms) and Carmine, a dye made from beetles' wings.
This means commonly used cosmetic ingredients like beeswax, lanolin, and carmine (a dye made from beetles' wings) will be replaced.
This reusable food wrap is made from beeswax and fabric.
Thao uses beeswax to make batik patterns, adds ancient royal embroidery from Ha Thay Province, and employs village artisans to make double-faced silks from their family mills and looms.
Grab a nutrient-rich product like Mayron’s Goods’ Feet Cream, which soothes and softens skin with shea butter, beeswax, Vitamin E, calendula, and more.
Duane Clark will have cucumbers, tomatoes, beets, peppers, kale, beef and yak meat, local honey, beeswax, salsa and jams.
This crème will make your drying time three times faster thanks to beeswax.
During his presentation, Brandts, who has served as the White House beekeeper since 2009 and under two presidents, demonstrated how to carve the layer of beeswax off the honeycomb frame and then put the frame in an extractor, which churns out honey.
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