Not to be confused with bee pollen or honey, beeswax is one of those natural health supplements that offers a helping hand to your skin and body. Thanks to its non-allergenic and anti-inflammatory properties, beeswax is used to soothe and protect the skin from airborne allergies. It also contains antioxidants, which work to rejuvenate, firm, and plump up skin.
Beeswax shines as a natural hydrator, which is why it is a key ingredient in many skin and lip balms. Basically, the thick, rich substance helps to lock in skin's natural moisture, and seal the effects of other skincare products such as serums. In other words, it forms a lovely, light barrier on the skin.
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Many manufacturers use beeswax to help preserve foods that are prone to acid. Whether you're applying or ingesting it, to reap the benefits it is super important to make sure you are using raw beeswax – not one that has been bleached, deodorised, or chemically processed in any way. It should be golden-yellow in colour, and have a light, honey-like scent.
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