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Honeybees produce wax to serve as a protective lining of honeycomb cells for baby bees. The same characteristics that make the wax an excellent shield for the little ones also make it the perfect ingredient for skin care products. As a natural source of antioxidants, beeswax is often included in anti-aging formulas that address free radical damage. It shares the antibacterial benefits of honey, not only fighting breakouts but also minimizing the growth of fungus and bacteria within open bottles of product, and it's also chock-full of vitamin A, thus boosting cell turnover to reduce blemishes.

The anti-inflammatory attributes of beeswax mean its great for expediting wound-healing, reducing scarring and soothing itching and irritated skin, too. Beeswax is also used to naturally thicken lotions and similar products, and enhance spreadability to optimize our application experience. Is there anything that beeswax can't do?

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