Guest Post: How to Make Wax Melts from Beeswax


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I’m guest posting at Healthy Living How To again, and this time I wrote about how to make wax melts from beeswax!
Beeswax emits negative ions when heated and purifies the air. It helps people with asthma, allergies and hay fever by removing contaminants from the air. You can literally “breathe easier” if you heat beeswax instead of paraffin! Beeswax also has its own warm, honey-like fragrance. You can add beneficial natural fragrances to beeswax melts with essential oils or food-safe extracts such as vanilla.

Read how to make wax melts here!

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