Mind Your Own Beeswax…

November 3, 2010 § Leave a comment

It’s rumored that the idiom “Mind your own beeswax” came from Colonial America when women would put beeswax on their faces to soften their skin.  If you didn’t “mind” the timing, it would grow hard and crack and the benefits to the skin would be lost. Ironically, beeswax is a component in many modern day cosmetics, so our female predecessors were on to something. Similarly, the benefits of beeswax candles have stood for centuries: they don’t drip; they burn longer, as well as cleaner than their paraffin and soy counterparts. But, here’s a benefit that is not as well known – and the science behind it is almost mystical:

The bright flame of a beeswax candle produces the same beautiful light spectrum as the sun.  As the candle burns, negative ions are emitted that clean the air and, in turn, invigorate the body. Negative ions are drawn to positive ions.  Positive ions hold on to airborne things like dust, mold and odors; the negative ions latch on to the “contaminated” positive ions and weigh them down this causes the contaminated positive ions to fall to the ground thereby cleaning and purifying the air. A perfect example of this phenomenon is rainstorms. A rainstorm is a negative ionic event, which is why we say the air smells so fresh after a rainstorm.

As the beeswax burns it gives off a non-toxic, hypo-allergenic, subtle fragrance of a mixture of honey and the nectar of the flowers in the honeycomb.

Burn a beeswax candle today and enjoy the full ambiance of light and fragrance all from a natural renewable source.

Three-Wick Pillar by Beeswaxco.com

Beeswax Co. in Austin, Texas

Visit Beeswaxco.com to purchase your very own Beeswax candle today.

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