BEEUTIFUL BEESWAX WRAPS

Searching for Iso-Craft Inspo? Try a Beeutiful DIY Beeswax Wrap Kit.

If you didn’t already know, we don’t just sell beeswax wraps and other reusable and sustainable items; we also sell an incredibly handy product with two great uses: the Beeutiful DIY Beeswax Wrap Kit.

These kits provide everything you need to make your own beeswax wraps – the amount of wraps depends on the size of the kit you purchase, as each one contains different amounts of beeswax. You can choose your own fabric, or contact us to purchase fabric we have on hand.

Here are two handy uses for our DIY Beeswax Wrap Kits, for new customers and those who have bought our beeswax wraps before. A great activity during isolation. A recent order from a customer to a friend for her birthday inspired me to write this blog because she asked to include a note that told her friend to ‘enjoy their iso-craft’. I just love this term! I hadn’t heard it before, but it’s so fitting for the current COVID-19 situation where most of us are at home practically 24/7. Being in lockdown is the perfect time to learn new skills and do crafts and activities to keep your mind active and you in a good mood.

DIY Beeswax Wrap Kit

DIY Beeswax Wrap Kit

Why not send a DIY Beeswax Food Wrap kit to your mum, to a friend for their birthday, or even just buy a kit for yourself.

With supervision, this is also a fun activity for kids and can help you start a conversation about sustainable and reusable products, and why we need to look after the planet.
Revive and refresh your beeswax wraps
The beeswax on your wraps, over time, will eventually wear away and then your wrap won’t be as effective as it used to be. These DIY Beeswax Wrap Kits are an innovative way to freshen up your older beeswax wraps, whether they’re Beeutiful or any other brand.

Instead of sourcing your own beeswax and instructions, or purchasing more wraps, our DIY Kit provides everything you need. Whether you need to recover a large collection of wraps or just a few, there’s a DIY Kit option for you.

This is an especially great option if you have wraps with patterns that you don’t want to put into your compost just yet!

Explore our DIY Beeswax Wrap Kits today!
Excited to give a one-of-a-kind gift, have fun doing a new craft or refresh your collection of beeswax wraps? Then look at our different sized kit options and available fabrics here, or source your own fabric to suit your tastes and decor.

Don’t let isolation get you down – grab a DIY Beeswax Wrap Kit today and start a new iso-craft!

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Can’t Find Paper Towel Due to Coronavirus Hoarding? Swedish Dishcloths are the Answer

With everything going on with Coronavirus (COVID-19) at the moment, life has changed in a big way. The unprecedented rise in stockpiling (or hoarding, as many are doing) has meant that even the most basic groceries are getting next to impossible to find.

Simple things we took for granted, like toilet paper and paper towels, are selling out faster than shelves can be restocked. That’s why now is the perfect time to look at alternatives for these products.

A great option for replacing paper towel is the reusable and eco-friendly Swedish Dishcloth. Here’s why these cloths should be on your list.

They’re environmentally friendly
As you no doubt know, here at Beeutiful we’re all about reducing our household waste, and helping others do the same.

The average family here in Australia could fill a three bedroom house every year with the amount of waste they produce. We’re one of the world’s top producers of waste per person, and that’s so awful for our planet.

Swedish Dishcloths replace paper towels and other similar products, and are made from eco-friendly cotton and cellulose. The gorgeous prints are made from water-based coloured ink as well.

They’re also 100% biodegradable, so you can just put them in your compost when they’re worn out!

They’re reusable
Each Swedish Dishcloth can last for 6 months, or longer depending on how frequently you use them.

Imagine replacing all your disposable paper cleaning products with these handy reusable cloths. You’ll save so much money, while looking after the environment at the same time.

They’re incredibly versatile
These dishcloths are amazing for their size. At 17cm x 19cm, these cloths are light and durable, and can absorb 15 times their own weight.

Their absorbency and durability makes them ideal for use anywhere in your home, not just for wiping up spills in the kitchen. From cleaning windows to polishing silver, the Swedish Dishcloth has many useful applications.

They’re easy to take care of
It’s so easy to look after your Swedish Dishcloth. You can clean and disinfect your cloth in your washing machine, microwave, or the top rack of your dishwasher.

Never worry about running out of paper towels again!
Shortages of paper products are no problem when you’ve got your stash of Swedish Dishcloths. Lower your household’s waste production and save money on paper towels and other cleaning cloths.

Beeutiful stocks two designs of Swedish Dishcloth, in packs of one or two. Get your Swedish Dishcloths here.

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5 Easy Changes to Fight Zero Waste Kitchen

 

Zero Waste

Zero Waste Kitchen

Straws:
Changing from single-use to reusable straw is a great start on the zero-waste-road. There are
so many options these days it is almost impossible to find one that doesn’t fit your needs. You
can keep them in your bag, car, cutlery draw or even on a keychain and more than that, you
can also choose from a variety of different materials including bamboo, glass, and metal. Check
out Beeutiful’s range of reusable straws here.

Reusable Straws

Reusable Straws

Beeswax Wraps:
Plastic wrap (or cling wrap) is one of the easiest ways to mindlessly use a ton of plastic. Every
day thousands of people wrap their school lunches, dinner leftovers, and unfinished avos. Now
there’s a solution for all your wrapping woes! Beeswax Wraps are the reusable way of the
future. These wraps can last up to a year with regular use and proper care which make them a
worthwhile investment. Find the Beeutiful range of Beeswax Wraps here.

Beeswax Wraps

Beeswax Wraps

Cutlery:
Plastic cutlery is a bad habit most take away food places are guilt of and Friday night dinner
dates on the beach don’t help that. Thankfully, Beeutiful offer a bamboo reusable cutlery set
that rolls up perfect for on the go. Find your set here.

Wooden Cutlery

Wooden Cutlery

Shopping Bags:
As previously mentioned, grocery stores are another easy way to collect unnecessary plastic
bags. You pack your items to make it home then once there, throw away the bag. It’s a vicious
cycle that is hard to get out of unless you have the right tools. Reusable shopping bags and
mesh grocery bags are a simple solution that can simply be scrunched up to be practically
invisible making them perfect wherever you go! Find your own shopping set here.
These are just a few examples of how you can make some small changes towards making this
world a cleaner, more environmentally friendly place to live. There are so many options for
almost everything you use; shampoo/ conditioner, makeup and more. It just takes a few
conscious decisions and you’re on your way to become a hero.

Tote Net Bag

Tote Net Bag

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What single-use plastics are doing to our oceans and why our products are a great solution.

It’s no longer news that plastic isn’t doing much good for our environment. It breaks down into tiny little pieces called ‘micro-plastics’ and is very harmful to our oceans.

Microplastic

Recently an island of plastic, larger than 1,6 million square kilometres, was found floating in the Pacific Ocean, together with one of equal size in the Atlantic. These garbage islands have accumulated themselves based on rubbish coming from us on land, the currents around different continents pushing and pulling it towards one places and us as humans with no ability to clean the oceans because of the plastics breaking down into such small pieces.

Numerous amounts of animals are now found each day with more plastic in their stomachs than food, usually also relating to cause of death. Whales, seagulls, turtles, etc.

Unfortunately, the plastic is not only affecting the oceans anymore. It is affecting us land goers as well. Plastic is now creeping its way into the food we eat, the things with drink and the water we wash ourselves ‘clean’ with. If you are a seafood eater, the fish you are eating has been eating plastic, since there is now so much micro-plastic in the ocean, they can hardly avoid it.

It has been declared that at the rate we are going today, by the year 2050, there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish.

There are a few things we can do to slow this process or turn things around all together. It starts with every individual doing their part. Single-use plastics, straws, bottles, cutlery, cling wrap, can all be replaced with reusable, environmentally friendly options.

Our Honeybee Wrap replace cling wrap and single-use plastic containers. Wash them off and you’re good to go. Our stainless-steel straws and Bamboo Cutlery Set are perfectly sized so you can take them anywhere and our Organic Cotton Zero Waste Shopping Set makes a huge difference when it comes to cancelling out those nasty plastic bags.

So, if you’re like us and care a lot about what the future will look like for the next generations, look around. You might even find a gift for a friend.

How to make beeswax wraps

How do you make Beeswax Food Wraps?

It’s beautiful, it’s simple, and it’s a guaranteed afternoon of fun with your family and friends! Our Beeswax Wraps DIY Kit is a perfect choice for your own use, for gifting to a friend, for using as a bonding activity with your loved ones or simply because you want to take a step to help the environment!

Easy To Use
Our DIY kit contains all the materials and ingredients, includes step by step instructions for your convenience, and on top of that, has all the elements already prepped and ready for your use. There is no need to sit and try to grate the ingredients without cutting your fingers, or making a list of all small items you might need and then buying them from all over the city! We don’t want you to spend an afternoon figuring out how to make your own beeswax wraps, we have done all the preparations. You just need to open the kit and enjoy!

It’s For Everyone
Kids and teenagers today are taught to be more aware of the environment and take conscious actions to make a difference in the world. Keeping in mind the need to eliminate plastic from our daily consumption, the need to spread awareness about alternate options, and with that the fact that not everyone knows the right direction to do so, we have carefully designed these DIY kits so people of all ages, whether its kids, their parents, or grandparents, everyone can easily understand and make their own wraps. Please supervise your kids while they do it as the wraps can be very hot when you remove them from the oven. Your kids might not enjoy setting up the dinner table or helping you prep the vegetables, but we can assure you that you open the DIY Kit and you’ll find all your family around, trying to get a peek of this exciting package!

Different Sizes
We realize and respect that every individual and his needs are different. Therefore, we offer the kit in five different sizes- with the smallest one giving you one large wrap and the biggest one making for you up to 25 small wraps, depending on the size of the wraps.
Christmas season is round the corner, so if you want to prep ahead and make a huge stash of wraps for later use, you know where to look! To get the best value for your money, time and efforts, order the Beeswax Wraps DIY Kit from our website today!

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Care & Clean 101 for Beeutiful Beeswax wraps

Our Beeutiful beeswax wraps lasts an average of 12 months depending on your usage. With some
tender love and care, they last a lot longer. We are here to tell you how to take care of your wrap
properly to keep it beautiful.

Clean 101:

DO use cold water and mild detergent to clean the wraps.
Clean the wrap like how you will clean a dish. In cold water, the beeswax coating stays stiff
and provides a great cleaning surface for a sponge to work on. If the beeswax wrap is heavily
soiled, soak it in cold water with mild detergent for a short period of time. Don’t leave it
soaked for a long time.

DO hand wash them.
Dishwashers are not recommended as wraps can get damaged during the cleaning process.
Just a quick wash and drip dry is enough to clean Beeutiful wraps.

DON’T use hot water!
Hot water will melt the beeswax on the wrap which will ruin the wrap so just use cold/warm
tap water and normal mild dishwashing liquid to clean the wraps.

DON’T dry wraps with a hair dryer or any forms of heat!
Heat is the enemy for all sort of wax and its products. We can all be in a rush sometimes and
the solution for it, should not have to come at a cost of a Beeutiful wrap. What you can do
when you are in a rush is to get a dry towel and wipe the wrap down for a quick dry.

DON’T wring!!
Beeswax wrap is essentially thin cotton wraps treated with beeswax so please don’t wring
it to dry as it will crumble and tear in no time. Just let it drip dry on the rack or use a dry
towel to dry it if needed immediately.

Care 101:

DO keep the beeswax wraps away from all forms of heat.
The wraps are happy to be stored in drawers or kitchen counter or cabinets. However, any
place near a microwave oven or stove is not recommended to store your Beeutiful wraps as it may affect the wax. Please keep it in a dry place with no direct sunlight exposure as
prolonged exposure to sunlight may affect the wrap’s lifespan.

In warmer weather, the wraps may be a little sticky but don’t panic. The wraps are fine.
There are lots of other creative ways to store your wraps. Some roll the wraps up and store
them in mason jars so that it could stay cool even in hot weather.

DON’T use the wraps to cover hot bowls or hot food.
Heat from the bowl and the hot food will deteriorate your wraps and the lifespan will be
shortened if the wrap is consistently used to wrap extremely hot food.

Revival 101: How to make your old wraps Beeutiful again?
If your Beeutiful Beeswax wraps have been used for a while and have started to look not as beautiful as it
used to, you can easily use our DIY Beeswax Wraps Kit to make it Beeutiful again. It comes
with a comprehensive instruction sheet, so you don’t have to worry. Just click here to check
it out. This is all for now and stays Beeutiful!

Link: https://beeutiful.com.au/product/beeswax-wraps-diy-kit/

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Beautifully Simple! Beeutiful Beeswax!

Let’s keep it simple, we aren’t really reinventing the wheel here because Beeswax has been used by our ancestors for hundreds of years and they were using it for a number of uses. One key example is the way they used it as a dental tooth filling. Nontoxic and they lasted long! It was used by the Egyptians for making wax-based paint and by the Romans as a skin softener.
The benefits are truly endless and in today’s day and age, scientists are studying this active ingredient as a way to lower cholesterol, relieve pain and treat digestive ailments1.
Why not use something that is truly beneficial to our health and lifestyle, and use it on a daily basis.

This is not an alternative to plastics but a replacement! With an all-natural product, boasting properties that are not only beneficial to our health but also the health of our planet – there is no reason for us not to make the switch.

To truly understand the amazing benefits of this natural wonder, let us take a look at how we at Beeutiful Beeswax have taken this age-old ingredient to make this wonderful product that is sustainable to the environment.

Beeswax wraps are made by hand and with lots of care. The first step is to get the right balance for the infusion of the organic oils and the propolis (a by-product of honey and made by bees), into the 100% cotton fabric, to give it that malleable texture to mold it into any shape. This is what gives the wraps the flexibility to wrap almost any shape. We carefully cut the fabric into ideal sizes before they are dried. We patiently wait while the wraps are dried until they can be folded neatly and hand packed in Beeutiful packaging for shipment to you.

Beeutiful wraps play an important part in our mission of reducing the use of plastic and ensuring the end product is enjoyed by you. This is a testament to the passion and dedication of the team here at Beeutiful Wraps.

A chef never reveals their secret ingredients; however, the Beeutiful team has nothing to hide as we want you to know what goes into our wraps that would be protecting your food!

INGREDIENTS

The ingredients are sourced locally and we have been very careful and picky about what we use by sourcing the highest quality of ingredients, they are then put together by hand with lots of love and care.

Organic Beeswax

We source local Australian beeswax to make use of the high-quality products that are made passionately by local suppliers.

For our Beeutiful Beeswax Wraps, beeswax provides that protective barrier which keeps the wrapped item fresh for as long as possible.

Why do we use organic beeswax? Beeswax is fat soluble, this means that it can soak up chemicals quickly and hold onto them. When it comes to food, you want to keep harmful chemicals away - that is why organic beeswax is used as it is all natural. They are free from any chemicals you may find in other non-organic products.
Organic Jojoba Oil

Organic Jojoba Oil helps soften the wrap to make it easier to wrap around almost anything.
What is Jojoba you may ask? It is an oil derived from a bean which was used by the Native Americans many years ago for skin ailments. Jojoba has similar properties to the wax/oil produced by our own human skin which is why it is used as a means of providing the protection with our skin needs.

By using this oil in our wraps, it not only provides the functional benefit of softening the wrap, it is also beneficial for our skin when touching or heating up the wraps with our hands.

Jojoba Oil

Natural Pine Resin

This wonder ingredient is what protects the tree life from disease; now apply this to our wraps.
This adds the “sticky” factor to the wrap and holds it in place. It is eco-friendly and a sustainable product. Pine resins are also anti-fungal and anti-bacterial which provides another level of protection for the wraps!

Organic Coconut oil

To prevent the wraps from cracking when they get dry, we use this wonderful all natural organic product – coconut oil! This gives the wraps that ability to mould against any shape. This is also a key ingredient in our wraps that protect the wraps from bacteria and fungi. When it comes to food, you can never be too careful.

Cotton – 100%

100% cotton

Yes, we use 100% cotton and we won’t have it any other way. Cotton is used as it is really sustainable. It can be grown and is bio-degradable so when you’re finished using a beeswax wrap, you need not worry about causing the earth any more pollution. The best part of this ingredient is that it is renewable. When the beeswax and oils are applied to the cotton, this makes the cotton fabric unbreathable and gives our wraps that required sealing effect and thus protects your food.

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Cling Wrap vs Beeswax Wraps: How Will You Wrap?

A revolutionary new kitchen tool has been hitting our homes by storm, the reusable Beeswax cling wrap. The days of using any other kitchen wrap more than once are long behind us whilst this brand new, global phenomenon is becoming one of the trendiest items in our houses. It is completely made out of natural ingredients, and best of all, and they are reusable for potentially up to 6-12 months if looked after and cleaned correctly. The only thing stopping many from trying this new household item is the price which is a problem that cling wrap only brings us long-term. But how does this new item fare against its mortal enemy cling wrap?

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Cling wrap, a long-term beloved household staple in so many houses all over the world. It can help you keep leftovers fresh, just like beeswax wraps. The only difference between these products is the longevity of them. Cling wrap can more than not be single-use, whereas beeswax wraps can be used for up to a whole year before you have to buy another supply of them. This means that even a whole roll of cling wrap does not even last a fraction of the life of a beeswax wrap. The amount of time a product can actually last is a very important thing these days, this means that producers of these products need to modernise the products and make them last longer as they update them, but unfortunately, the producers of cling wrap have failed to do so, leaving from for the phenomenon that is beeswax wraps to take its place in many households around the globe already.

The environment is a huge thought many people have in modern day society. Each day it is clearer how important our environment really is for the future of our families, our wildlife, and more importantly, our natural environment. One of the biggest negative aspects of using cling wrap is the environmental factor. Cling wrap is a known deviant when it comes to littering and waste. That is one huge thing about beeswax wraps and covering, they are much more environmentally friendly, reusable and recyclable. This means that they are much more useful thanks to the fact that they are made out of completely natural and organic ingredients.

Another huge aspect people look at when it comes to any kitchen item or appliance is cost. Initially, cling wrap is the much cheaper option of these two items, but again, it can really only be used one time and generally not again, then it gets disposed of straight away. Beeswax wraps of covers do not have this issue in common with cling wrap. They are able to be used for up to 12 months, they can keep food fresher for longer, and despite the fact that they are slightly pricier, they are worth their money. Because of these multiple positive factors, beeswax wraps are likely to be the future of maintaining freshness of food in the future of many households, making it quite likely to become a household staple.

Between cling wrap and beeswax wraps, there are many differences, both positive and negative, that may have an impact on the decision of which one is the right one for each household. With all these things considered, maybe next time you can stop and have a think about what kind of wrap you bring into your household. Do you think buying a cheap alternative that is littered with our environment is worth it? Or is the environment important enough to buy something that does not impact it as much and can even be recycled or put in an organic bin? That is for each individual to decide.

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The War on Waste

In 2014-2015, Australians managed to produce 64 million tonnes of waste, 60% of which we managed to recycle (Australian National Waste Report, 2016). While we as a nation are making more of an effort to recycle, only 14% of plastics are recovered, the rest left to add to our growing amount of waste produced and landfill.

In a time where consumers are becoming more conscious of their impact on the environment and the practice of zero waste is gaining traction, it’s hard to look pass beeswax wraps as an alternative to plastic wrap.

Our habits relating to plastic need to change, we know this and we are trying. Companies have begun to cut BPA from their plastic products but this is not enough. Plastic food storage options have the opportunity to leach harmful chemicals which can wreak havoc on our bodies, mirroring hormones and disrupting endocrine production and distribution.

As we have adopted reusable shopping bags to replace single use plastic bags, it’s time we looked as beeswax wraps as a viable alternative to plastic wrap and zip lock bags. One company is making our ability to reduce our impact easier, affordable and more accessible.

What is Beeutiful? 

Beeutiful is an artisan business, based in Australia and shipping worldwide. With a strong focus on sustainability and living an eco-friendly life, they know that their product needs to feel good, smell good and promote a good relationship with food. So they created a ‘beeutiful’, functional and affordable product to help store food and keeps it fresh, helping Australians to do their part on the war on waste and plastic.

What are Beeswax Wraps? 

Made from 100% cotton, pure Australian 100% organic beeswax, natural tree resin, certified organic coconut oil and jojoba oil, these durable wraps can be used in the place of plastic wraps to keep it fresh. Whilst helping us to stop our single-use disposable habit, the natural elements of this product also contain preservation properties much more effective than plastic wrap.

Unlike plastic wrap, wax wraps are breathable, allowing fruits and vegetables to release organic gases as they age without being trapped in their storage containers. This eliminates the chance of early decay of your produce and keeping them edible for longer.

How to use Beeutiful Beeswax Wraps

 

Beeutiful has designed wraps in numerous sizes and shapes so simply chose the right fit for your food or container, use the warmth from your hands to seal the edges and store!

They can be used for fridge based storage, short term freezer use and room temperature storage. Considering that the natural beeswax has a melting point of 62 degrees, please refrain from using your wraps in the microwave or to cover hot food!

Fresh fruit and vegetables, cooked meals and snack storage is no problem for Beeutiful Beeswax Wraps! All can easily be stored with this kitchen wonder!

Looking after your Beeswax Wrap

Unlike their plastic counterparts, these wax wraps can be used over and over again, provided they get some tender love and care!

To cleanse, simply wash in cold water with mild detergent and let air dry. A good soak in cold water before washing will remove any dried on food. Avoid the temptation to pick these sneaky remnants off as they may cause the wax barriers to be removed as well!

Store your wraps where they can be left flat to protect the integrity of the wax and reduce creases. Certain foods, such as beetroot, pomegranate or turmeric, can leave permanent stains so be mindful on what you plan on storing when selecting wrap colours and designs.

What to expect from your Beeutiful Beeswax Wrap? 

Lasting an average of 12 months, less if you use yours more heavily, you’ll know it’s time for a replacement when the warmth of your hands no longer seal the wraps and reduces the freshness of your food.

How to get your hands on Beeutiful Beeswax Wraps

Beeutiful currently shops worldwide with the exception of Hong Kong and Macau, however a list of stockists can be found on their website.

With a variety of prints, patterns, colours and sizes available on their online store, the hardest part is deciding what to put in your cart! 

Visit https://beeutiful.com.au to start your waste revolution today!

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Beeutiful Beeswax Wrap and Its Essentials

Introduction to Beeutiful Beeswax Wrap

Beeswax wrap is made from 100% cotton, pure Australian beeswax, natural tree resin, coconut oil and jojoba oil, all completely natural and sustainable. The combination of these natural ingredients acts as antibacterial properties and the infused fabric together makes a malleable food wrap that can be reused over and over again.

Beeutiful beeswax food wrap is very easy to use and wrap, also, they are used to keeping a large variety of food fresh. More so, besides the many advantages of beeswax wrap, it makes your kitchen look prettier and this is an outstanding bonus it has over plastic wraps that litter the kitchen amidst its numerous disadvantages.

Health and General Disadvantages of Using Plastic Wraps

Generally, heat makes chemicals in plastic wraps and can easily leach into our food and drink. Even health gurus have really raised the alarm of the toxins impact of plastic. It was reported last year that plastic wraps compounds to health problems that lead to cancer, fertility and fetal development. One of the dangerous chemicals in plastic that has raised so much concern about the health effects of plastic wraps is the Bisphenol A (BPA), this chemical is used in plastic manufacturing. Even in the female body, this chemical mimics the effect of female sex hormone estrogen.

Plastic wraps are made from Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) containing phthalates chemical, this chemical is called plasticizers and is used to increase flexibility in plastic wraps. This chemical (phthalates) disrupts hormones and these can easily attach to our food when used to wrap food. Since manufacturers of plastic wraps are not put in check they are free to use these harmful chemicals to produce plastic wraps putting consumers in total danger. In fact, plastic wraps have been linked to causing breast cancer in women and low sperm counts in men. The U.S Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has condemned the use of plastic wraps.

Below are some dangerous chemicals used in manufacturing plastic wraps and are very dangerous to the health:

  •  Tetrafluoroethylene: Can cause irritation of the eyes, nose, throat and most times make breathing difficult.
  •  Polyvinylchloride: Can cause cancer, birth defects, deafness, liver dysfunction, skin diseases, chronic bronchitis, and vision failure.
  •  Phthalates (DEHP, DINP, and others): This also can cause endocrine disruption, linked to asthma, developmental and reproductive effects, lead to infertility etc.
  • Polyethylene: This particular chemical is suspected for human carcinogen
    Polyester: This can also cause eye and respiratory-tract irritation.

All these and many others are not advisable for use. That is why beeswax is highly recommended for consumer safety.

Why Beeutiful Beeswax wrap is highly recommended

Beeswax has natural antibacterial qualities that help to preserve food making it fresh and a chance to reuse the wrap over and over again. Beeutiful Beeswax is made from Pure Beeswax, natural tree resin, and jojoba oil. These combinations create a fine blend between adhesiveness, pliability, and breathability all together making it the best for your food wrap.

Our entire beeswax wrap is homemade. Just with the warmth of your hand, a seal can be created as beeswax cools, the material will hold together and keep the seal intact. Beeswax Wrap is highly recommended for several edibles; baked goods, bread, cheese, vegetables, it is also a good alternative for reusable plastic sandwich bags and reusable zip lock bags and much more. Most importantly, to keep your beeswax wrap fit for reuse and to make it last longer, one needs to avoid hot things and meats. Beeswax wraps are eco-friendly sandwich wrap with a beautiful pattern designed, the family would love unwrapping their food when it’s time for lunch. Another added advantage is that beautiful beeswax has natural antimicrobial properties that make it just perfect for holding food.

In addition, Beeutiful Beeswax Wrap takes custom order. We garnish several occasions with our lovely and beeswax wrap. We blend into the theme of the occasion. Therefore, we can source materials that will fit for your corporate occasion, wedding party, souvenir packs and more.

How to Take Care of Beeswax Wrap

Beeswax wrap is just so economical; taking care of it does not cost anything. Simply wipe with a damp piece of cloth or rinse it with cold water. Allow it to air dry and it is set for use again. Just so easy!

Are You Interested in Making Your Own Beeswax as a Craft?

Are you interested in making your own Beeswax wrap? Do you want to make it your own craft? Here at Beeutiful Beeswax Wrap, we sell a DIY kit. SO if you want to make a purchase or own a beeswax wrap, you can order online on the website. If you have an extra fabric lying around, you can also do this because it’s fun and easy with our DIY. Based on the research done, we have offered easy solution to how you can make your own wrap. We have pre-blended the right quantity of components needed to achieve a good beeswax wrap. Furthermore, we can make supply of the perfect blend of beeswax, oil and resin to enable you make a good homemade beeswax wrap.

Contact Info

Mail: info@beeutiful.com.au

Phone: 0400 147 286

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