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Benefits of Bees Wax

Bees Wax

Most of us who prefer natural ingredients love the work that bees do. Though honey may be their most popular product, known for its health and skin care benefits, bees product another substance that works great for our skin—beeswax.

Beeswax carries antiviral, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial properties that are essential in fighting chapped skin and bacterial infections that tend to affect us most in the dry, winter months. It forms a protective wall by sealing in moisture in our skin without smothering and clogging up the pores.

When applied to the skin, beeswax forms a protective barrier that helps protect it from environmental assaults, while also holding in moisture and reducing dryness. ... Unlike petroleum jelly, which is used in a large variety of beauty products, beeswax will not “suffocate” the skin, but rather allow it to breathe while still providing a protective barrier.

Beeswax also has vitamin A, which improves hydration to the skin and promotes cell regeneration.

How do bees make beeswax?

Honeybees produce a natural wax, secreting it from glands on the sides of their bodies. They then scrape the wax off, chew it up and secrete it to the inside of the honeycomb. There, it gradually hardens into a protective lining for the cells where the baby bees are grown and the honey is stored.

This hardened material not only serves as a physical protection, but also helps keep the hive free of infections and other contaminants.

Benefits of Beeswax

Treats Dermatitis, Psoriasis and Eczema

Beeswax benefits for skin are beyond mere cosmetic purposes. With its antiseptic properties it aids in curing major medical conditions. The medicinal nature of beeswax will soothe down the inflammation and prevent the bacteria to spread any further.

Moisturizes Skin

Beeswax is a natural moisturizer that helps in locking moisture into the skin. This quality has made it a significant component in a range of creams and lotions formulated specially for treating dry skin conditions. Beeswax treats Dry skin conditions. As I said, beeswax is rich in Vitamin A, and this vitamin also leads to the development of healthy skin cells. Beeswax, hence, acts as a natural moisturizer, and prevents the skin from further dryness.

To Cure Break Outs & Acne

The usefulness of beeswax in the treatment of acne and its further control is well known. It is loaded with strong antiseptic and anti-inflammatory qualities which work towards the fast treatment of acne. Also, Vitamin-A present in beeswax proves to be an added advantage for curing acne. It works as an excellent skin softener and acts as an emollient maintaining the smoothness of the skin texture once the acne is gone.

For Soft And Supple Lips

Chapped lips is a serious and common problem during the colder months. But due to prolonged hours spent in air-conditioning, cracked and dried lips have become a year round situation. But you can take care of your chapped lips by using a beeswax.

Reduces Stretch Marks

A study conducted by the Department of Dermatology and Cutaneous Biology Research Institute at Yonsei University College of Medicine in Korea reports that stretch marks are dermal atrophic scars with epidermal thinning due to decreased collagen and elastic fiber. The study suggests that collagen is a major extracellular matrix component that’s very important in wound healing. Since beeswax contains vitamin A, which is helpful in collagen production, it can greatly benefit the reduction of stretch marks.

Treats Jock Itch and Fungal Skin Infections

Jock itch and fungal skin infections are definitely annoying, but they can be treated using beeswax. Because it’s anti-inflammatory, it can help reduce the pain associated with jock itch and fungal skin infections while provide moisturizing benefits to help reduce the itching.

Relieves Stress and Promotes Relaxation

It’s common to think of beeswax candles when you think of beeswax. This is a good thing since candles made from paraffin can endanger your health and that of your family due to the soot from paraffin wax that can be inhaled. Also, it can cause significant damage to the inside of your house, such as your computers, electrical appliances and ductwork.

Instead, opt for Beeswax candles, which work well as stress relievers.

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