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The scent is encapsulated in a waxy, creamy base (in this case, made of cornstarch, beeswax, and coconut oil) that isn’t a liquid.
My hosts, gracious bee people all, described bee behavior as a ballet of beeswax, royal jelly, nectar gathering, honey production, and reproduction.
The formula is infused with beeswax, which provides a high level of moisturization and ultra-creamy feel.
The balm itself is formulated with coconut oil, beeswax, and shea butter for maximum hydration—the CBD, while not the star of the show, is a nice, relaxing touch.
They were all made sometime between the First and Third centuries CE on wood panels with pigments suspended in beeswax.
As demand for items such as honey, beeswax, and bee pollen increases, so do wages of apiculturists.
Her work always had been inspired by nature, but moving to the country led her to build an impressive body of artwork with pieces primarily made from natural materials--leaves, flowers, beeswax, and the like.
Herrgård’s flavors range from scorched milk and yeast bread to beeswax, with a smooth, pliable paste.
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