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Ooru Organics


Rs. 150.00


Beeswax is a 100% natural product, a complex mixture of fatty esters, fatty acids and hydrocarbon compounds. It thickens and increases the film-forming power of your natural lip balms and lipsticks. It is also appreciated for stabilizing emulsions and making very protective creams, or for making natural candles. This beeswax is purified to obtain a white color which will allow you complete freedom in the coloring of your candles, balms, creams, and especially makeup products.



Method of obtaining

Hot water fusion of the cells built by bees to store honey, hot filtration on activated carbon (purification, deodorization and bleaching).
The wax is collected at the end of the season, along with the honey, and the combs containing the young bees are not touched. It is therefore not a question of destroying the nest, but of recycling the used combs.


100% natural wax, purified

INCI designation
Cera alba


Complex blend of waxy esters of fatty acids and fatty alcohols, free fatty acids and long chain hydrocarbon compounds

White to pale yellow pastilles, slightly translucent, with a very slight odor of honey, packaged in zipped bags



  • Thickener and texture agent in balms and creams
  • Hardener and texturizer in sticks
  • Filmogenic in balms, sticks and creams
  • Stabilizer in emulsions
  • Support in candles
  • Hardening agent in soaps


Use as an ingredient in your preparations:

  • Balms
  • Sticks and lipsticks
  • Gloss (texture agent)
  • Colored makeup (the white color allows complete freedom in the coloring of your products)
  • Deodorant sticks
  • Creams and cerates: reduces the slippage of rich creams and increases their protective power (film-forming), while stabilizing the emulsion. Useful in particular in "water-in-oil" emulsions or to increase the protective and nourishing power of hand creams or creams for extreme weather conditions.
  • Making candles
  • Soaps

- Keep out of reach of children, do not swallow, avoid contact with eyes.
- Be careful not to burn yourself when handling the melted wax.