How to Melt Beeswax in Microwave

Unlike the regular waxes, beeswax is naturally produced by honey bees. These type waxes work like a sorcerer on the skins and can enhance the skin to the fullest. It suits every skin and glows them, so if you are planning to use them, you are obviously taking a proper step to make your skin healthier. But the problem with the beeswax is that they are needed to be used in the right consistency.

How to Melt Beeswax in Microwave

Without that, they are completely unusable. Beeswax is generally found in solid form, so when you are going to use them, you have to melt them down, maintaining the right consistency. Well, that’s where all the complication starts. Yes, you can obviously use your microwave to melt the beeswax but do you know without accurate temperature, you may end up ruining the entire thing. Don’t worry; In this article, I am going to show how to melt beeswax in microwave.

Melt Beeswax in Microwave

How to Melt Beeswax in Microwave

First of all, you have to put the beeswax into a container. The container should be able to take the temperature of the microwave. So, make sure no to put any plastic container. Then start heating the wax for 20 seconds. Check the wax in every 20 seconds and stir after that time. Continue this process until you get the right consistency. 


Type

Murrays Beeswax 4

Organic Rectangle Beeswax

TooGet Pure Yellow Beeswax Blocks

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Murrays Beeswax 4 Ounce Jar
5.5 oz Organic Rectangle Beeswax - Quadruple Filtered
TooGet Pure Yellow Beeswax Blocks - 100% Natural Beeswax Bars

Feature 

Finest Imported Beeswax

Natural Quadrupled Filtered Organic Beeswax

Triple Filtered Grade Beeswax

Item Form

Solid

Solid

Solid

Cell


Once you acquire the accurate consistency of your beeswax, take it out from the microwave, apply it. Make sure to put your safety hand gloves when you are taking out the container from the machine. It will probably become warm, and you shouldn’t burn your skin while performing this process. By the way, do not hurry; to melt the beeswax. As I have said, it can ruin the texture and effectiveness of the beeswax.

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