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Beeswax (We Offer Both White and Yellow)

Beeswax (White and Yellow)
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Pure Beeswax Supplier (White and Yellow)


We carry white and yellow beeswax at some of the best prices online.

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Natural Yellow Beeswax Granules / Pearls

Our all natural yellow beeswax pearls are 100% pure and are filtered to be free of debris.  Our wholesale yellow beeswax granules are great for their ease of use but still maintain the characteristic aroma and color that beeswax is known for.  You will find them much easier to work with than traditional blocks. This version is very popular in candles.

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White Beeswax Granules / Pearls

Our white beeswax pearls have been filtered and the color has been naturally removed to create an incredibly clean white appearance while maintaining the natural beeswax smell.  Our wholesale white beeswax granules are incredibly easy to work with which is the benefit to using the pearls.  Because of the refinement this was is typically better for lip balm and personal product that require a product that is more refined.  It may also be good for candles that are using color since the yellow tint will not interfere with the coloring process.


100% pure at some of the best wholesale prices online

We currently carry both pure yellow and white beeswax in granules/pearl form.

Yellow Beeswax is filtered for purity while the natural color and aromas of honey are preserved.

White Beeswax is filtered for purity and the color has been naturally removed preserving the aroma.

For larger quantity wholesale yellow and white beeswax quotes, please contact our home office. We pride ourselves on offering the best quality and prices anywhere online.


Wholesale Natural Yellow Beeswax

Beeswax is a natural wax derived from honeybees. Typically ten (10) pounds of honey yields one (1) pound of beeswax. When originally formed, wax in the honeycomb is nearly white, but yellows with the addition of natural oils introduced by pollen from flowers. Beeswax is collected directly from the honeycombs of a beehive and can be found in different forms. Do to its high melting point; beeswax’s already easy workability is enhanced when in granules/pearl form.


Bulk Beeswax Uses and Benefits


The use of beeswax may be as old as history itself. From the earliest known example of therapeutic dentistry, dating back over 6,000 years ago, to modern uses which include fine candle making, skin care, and providing a protective coating for fine cheeses. Research even suggests that cosmetic and medicinal uses of beeswax may be superior to petroleum-based products. (See below)


The History of Beeswax


The known history of mankind’s use of beeswax dates back to Neolithic Europe. In order to reduce pain and sensitivity in a cracked tooth, beeswax was used as a therapeutic dental filling. Beeswax was also ancient humans’ first plastic. Written historical evidence, of the use of beeswax, dates back to the ancient Egyptians who wrote of beautiful Cleopatra’s use of it in her cosmetics and bath soap. More recently, physicians also recommended it for various therapeutic properties and it was applied to treat a number of ailments. Beeswax was also an important part of composite balms used in dressings after surgery.


Benefits and Uses of Beeswax


Beeswax has been found naturally useful in medicine, cosmetics, food and even art. To those who appreciate a safer, more natural environment, it provides many different uses.

A healthy Environment


Beeswax candles are naturally scented with the aroma of honey. This is highly desirable for those who suffer with asthma or is allergic or sensitive to smells. Pure beeswax candles as emit little (if any) smoke when they burn – keeping your home cleaner and more comfortable. Besides the smoke, these candles burn with little or no wax drip making them last longer. Recent studies suggest that burning beeswax candles can actually purify the air by releasing negative ions removing impurities from the air we breathe.


Natural Skin Care


By itself, beeswax locks in moisture, fosters cells and protects skin. With its amazing ability to work with in concert with multiple ingredients, beeswax can be utilized to benefit and beautify the entire body. With anti-bacterial properties and vitamin A, it aids in natural healing and cell development without clogging pores. With its water repelling properties, beeswax sustains sunscreen action.


Research on Beeswax


Studies continually show that yellow and white beeswax offers no toxicological concerns, even when ingested (in small amounts). Many commercial beekeepers prefer to chew beeswax honeycombs to traditional chewing gum.  Beeswax acts as an anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiallergenic and a germicidal antioxidant. A study by German scientists, “Efficacy of barrier creams in comparison to skin care products in dental laboratory technicians – a controlled trial,” (translation) from the Journal der Deutschen Dermatologischen Gesellschaft found that, “…The results demonstrate that the use of after work moisturizers is highly beneficial and under the chosen study conditions even superior to barrier creams applied at work. This approach is more practical for many professions and may effectively reduce the frequency of irritant contact dermatitis.”



-          Add to your lotions to add skin protective properties

-          Add to your lip balm (as recommended by the Mayo Clinic) to provide greater permanence and elasticity.

-          Use in candle making for a brighter, healthier home


308 Reviews

  • 5
    white beeswax

    Posted by ROSE on 2nd Jun 2024

    I sometimes add a very small amount of beeswax to some molds that I want a tad harder than the base. I've noticed that larger pastilles and pellets take a while to melt, but these are very small, and melt perfectly, and also stay mixed. I've also used these for a few other non-craft applications. I notice these are a little less malleable than some other beeswaxes I've used. They are a very light cream color. Not white. I always hold my breath trying a new brand of beeswax, as they can really differ from each other. So this one has become my "go to"!!

  • 2
    Bad smell in candles

    Posted by Emily on 22nd Dec 2022

    Unfortunately, this wax proved unusable in making unscented wax candles. When burned, this batch lets off an acrid, chemical smell that is very unlike the light, floral honey smell I'm used to with natural beeswax candles. The whole house now smells like the inside of a chimney and I can't use this for its intended purpose. Not sure if there's an issue with sourcing on this batch, as there are so many positive reviews, I'm hoping its a one off.

  • 1
    White a& Yellow Beeswax Defective and smells bad.

    Posted by Tracy Gilman on 16th Dec 2022

    I have a candle company that produces pure beeswax aromatherapy. I noticed a burned smell from the wax but thought I may have overheated it. I made a new batch of candles. I still noticed the burned smell but once scented it wasn't as bad. I happened to make a new scent and decided to test burn it to see how the color and scent performed. That's wen I realized the wax didn't burn properly. I have made and distributed over 100 lbs. of defective candles which I will have to replace or fund customers for. I've made numerous candles with scent, without scent, with color and without to make sure it wasn't something else. Then I burned some of the white candles to see if it was burning properly. It's worse. Barely burns at all. I'm confident the wax is bad. I switched to bulk because their customer service and delivery is so good. I hope they are going to make this right. It's Christmas and I have no more wax to make product with and I'm going to have to pull much of my inventory from wholesale accounts. This is a disaster!

  • 3
    Yellow beeswax

    Posted by Denise M. Krall on 29th Dec 2021

    This beeswax works very well in my soapmaking, and you can't beat the price. The only downside for me is that it has a strong smokey scent rather than a sweet honey scent. It only shifts the scent in my soaps a little so not a big deal, but I can't really use it in lotions or beeswax ornaments very well because the scent is off. The white was is a little better, but still not a natural beeswax scent. Just depends on what you plan to use it for ...

  • 3

    Posted by KEVIN PIEPEL on 16th Feb 2021

    The yellow beeswax I've purchased from other vendors has a light scent of honey. This yellow beeswax has no fragrance at all.

  • 5
    White Beeswax

    Posted by Jerry on 8th Nov 2020

    I use this to make mustache wax for my handlebar. When I discovered that I had a sensitivity to some commercially purchased waxes I decided to make my own. After I researched formulas online, I purchased ingredients here. Very satisfied with all purchases.

  • 5
    White beeswax

    Posted by Dave Vogele on 9th Aug 2020

    Very easy to work with. Will reorder soon.

  • 5
    Natural Beeswax

    Posted by BETH MORTON on 5th Jul 2020

    Excellent product - the small beads melt easily. Great price. Fast shipping and delivery.

  • 5
    Top Quality

    Posted by Lea on 12th Jul 2019

    Great for homemade beauty products. The beads are much simpler to melt and there is no apparent difference in white or yellow other than the color. Great quality, lasts a long time and comes inside a reusable bag.:)