Definition of beeswax
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The wreck, named for the large lumps of beeswax that have been found scattered along the coast for the past two centuries, is believed to be a Spanish galleon that wrecked in the late 1600s.
And it is made in the ancient way: The grapes, indigenous to Georgia, are fermented in qvevri, clay amphora-like vessels lined with beeswax and buried in the earth.
Mrs. Putnam lashes out, saying Serena should mind her own beeswax and pay more attention to her own husband.
More than three years in the making, Bite Beauty’s wood-barrel lip pencils are made with shea butter, organic beeswax and candelilla wax.
France picked up a bowl that held a solid disk of beeswax and began dribbling oil of lavender into it from an eyedropper.
Goat milk, honey and beeswax, as well as local beer from Triple C Brewing, are in Small Keys’ soaps.
Here, five easy, safe recipes from Maia Hirschbein, the oleologist at California Olive Ranch. Olive Oil Body Salve Mix equal parts olive oil, coconut oil, and shea butter. Melt 3 ounces of beeswax in a double boiler, heating slowly.
Among the skin care ingredients to consider are glycerin, lanolin, niacinamide and beeswax.
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First Known Use of beeswax
BEESWAX Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of beeswax for English Language Learners
: wax made by bees that is used for making candles and other products
BEESWAX Defined for Kids
Definition of beeswax for Students
: wax made by bees and used by them in building honeycomb
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