Honey Beeswax Health Benefits for Good Skin & Hair

If you’re looking for a new organic ingredient to add to your natural skin care routine, you can’t go wrong with bees wax. Honey beeswax has health benefits for your skin and your hair.

What is Beeswax? Is it Edible?

We know beeswax obviously comes from honey bees, but what is beeswax? Beeswax is produced naturally by honey worker bees in bee hives. Many people don’t know this, but beeswax is actually edible. When eaten, beeswax doesn’t have many health benefits, but beeswax is really good for the skin and the hair! Find out why.

Benefits of Beeswax for the Skin

The health benefits of beeswax for the skin are almost too many to count. Obviously, one of the best benefits of using beeswax on the skin is the moisturizing and the softening. Unlike the artificial and often petroleum based chemicals added to many moisturizers and skin care lotions to aid in absorption, beeswax contains Vitamin A and provides long-term moisturizing, actually locking moisture into the skin. Unlike petroleum based parabens, beeswax remains biologically “alive” even after it is processed!

Healing Properties of Beeswax for Skin & Allergies, Irritation

Besides offering your skin a natural moisture and glow, the anti-allergenic and anti-inflammatory properties of bees wax can actually soothe easily irritated skin, making it one of the best skin care ingredients for those who suffer from allergies or other skin problems like rosacea or eczema.

Along with being a good alternative skin care ingredient for those with allergies, the anti-germicidal properties of beeswax have been found to help heal minor skin cuts, abrasions, scrapes and wounds. Beeswax also acts as a layer of protection when applied to the skin, protecting the skin from environmental irritants and even the weather. Beeswax lip balm is one of the best ways to keep your lips from getting chapped during these cold and windy winter months!

Benefits of Beeswax for the Hair?

It might sound hard to believe, but honey beeswax has many of the same health benefits when applied to the hair as it does when rubbed into your skin. If you want to be healthy and natural, it doesn’t make a lot of sense to rub chemicals into your skin, so why rub artificial ingredients into your hair and your scalp?

Beeswax Promotes Hair Growth?

Some of the best hairstyles are achieved with beeswax, not hair gel or mousse. Beeswax not only moisturizes and smoothes down hair, it also keeps moisture from getting out of the hair. Moisture and ease of styling isn’t all beeswax has to offer your hair, however. Beeswax is used to naturally stimulate hair growth. If you are regrowing your hair or losing your hair, using a little beeswax may help your hair grow back faster or help you stop losing hair as quickly.

Beeswax has many health benefits for the skin and the hair. Whether you are just trying to find a natural moisturizer or suffer from allergies and are easily irritated, beeswax may be a good alternative to many skin and hair care products for you. Beeswax is the main ingredient in MoreNature Bee Salve and MoreNature lip balm. Along with beeswax, MoreNature Bee Salve also includes other healing ingredients like coconut oil, apricot kernel oil, and almond oil.

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  • David - June 25, 2016

    If I mix beeswax with shea butter and coconut oil would it be safe around the eyes?

  • MoreNature - May 27, 2016

    I would not use straight beeswax around your eyes. I would suggest a beeswax based cream or salve instead. SweBee makes a very nice chemical free salve that can be used around your eyes.
    MoreNature sell SweBee products and can be found here: http://morenature.com/collections/beeswax

  • MoreNature - May 27, 2016

    Yes, Beeswax can be mixed with Shea Butter. Beeswax and She Butter is a common mixture in a lot of salves, creams and lip balms.

  • Sharol - May 15, 2016

    Can I mix beeswax with Shea butter ?

  • Selene uribe - April 02, 2016

    Can I use beeswax around my eyes ?

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