• Beeswax

    Beeswax

    Beeswax is produced by worker bees who form a honeycomb to store honey for the colony. Moisturising vitamin A is found in beeswax along with small amounts of antibacterial agents. 

    3 key benefits:

    • One of the biggest benefits is moisture. The vitamin A content in beeswax helps to moisturize hair, while its overall formula locks in that moisture. It has antioxidants that protects hair from heat and pollution
    • People who find their hair difficult to manage also use beeswax to smooth flyaway strands, keep styles intact. Its lightweight nature makes it easy for styling
    • Beeswax can have a positive effect on the scalp, too. It doesn’t block hair follicles and makes it much easier to wash off

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    Beeswax is produced by worker bees who form a honeycomb to store honey for the colony. Moisturising vitamin A is found in beeswax along with small amounts of antibacterial agents. 

    3 key benefits:

    • One of the biggest benefits is moisture. The vitamin A content in beeswax helps to moisturize hair, while its overall formula locks in that moisture. It has antioxidants that protects hair from heat and pollution
    • People who find their hair difficult to manage also use beeswax to smooth flyaway strands, keep styles intact. Its lightweight nature makes it easy for styling
    • Beeswax can have a positive effect on the scalp, too. It doesn’t block hair follicles and makes it much easier to wash off

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