Beeswax is secreted by bees and makes it possible to make "nests", in which honey can be stored. Both are harvested at the same time by the beekeepers, who then separate them by gravity by heating them. The wax once recovered is purified for use.
Beeswax is a fatty substance used in cosmetics as a thickener or emulsifier. It has protective and moisturizing properties. It forms a soft protective film on the skin, moreover, unlike waxes from petroleum such as paraffin or petrolatum, if it is formulated correctly, it does not clog the pores.