Shreeji Pharma International manufactures and supplies Active Pharmaceuticals Ingredients, like Beeswax as well as Intermediates of Beeswax to India, LATAM countries, Central American Countries, Gulf Countries, South East Asia countries, African Countries, CIS Countries and in European countries. We also offer our clients a wide range of packaging choices to maintain both purity and effectiveness of their product.
- Product Type: Beeswax Slab or pieces
- Color: Yellow Or Light Brown Pieces Of Finely Grained Matty Non Crystalline Fracture
- Additives: No Additives. 100% Natural Beeswax from Beekeepers
- Congealing Point (ASTM D938): 61-65C
- Acid Value: 17 22 (Mg KOH/G)
- Ester Value: 70 80 (Mg KOH/G)
- Saponification Value: 87 104 (Mg KOH/G)
- Ratio: 3.3 4.3
- Ceresin, Paraffin, Certain Other Waxes: Not More Than 0.5%
- Shelf Life: 5 Years
Introduction of product:
A natural wax produced by honey bees is beeswax (cera alba). Beeswax is primarily composed of esters, fatty acids, and long-chain alcohols. As it is excreted, it is collected by workers, who use them to construct cells in the hive for storing honey and protecting larvae and pupae.
How does it work:
By reducing cholesterol levels, preventing infections, and warding off ulcers caused by non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, beeswax may be of benefit to the body.
Applications. Or where it is used
In lip balms, lip glosses, hand creams, salves, and moisturizers, as well as in cosmetic products such as eyeshadow, blush, and eye liner, beeswax has many uses. The wax also plays a key role in hair pomades and moustache wax, which are known for their smooth, shiny results.
Beeswax is darkened by picking up honey, pollen, and propolis particles during the process. These honeycombs hold surplus honey produced by the hive, and they are then protected by more beeswax. Each hexagonal cell in a honeycomb is sealed to prevent moisture and debris from entering.
Dosage of usage:
Beeswax dosage varies depending on the user's age, health, and other factors. Currently, the scientific knowledge about how much to use of beeswax is very limited. Don't forget that natural products are not always safe and that dosage can be important. Follow all directions on product labels and consult a pharmacist or physician before using.
- When taken by mouth: Beeswax is a food or medication that is likely to be safe for most people when consumed by mouth. A few people may have an allergic reaction to beeswax.
- When applied to the skin: It is safe to apply directly on skin. Rarely people might get an allergic skin rash after its application.