Beeswax pellets is obtained from the honeycombs of bees after the honey has been removed by draining or centrifuging.
Beeswax block is the wax secreted by the four pairs of wax glands in the belly of worker bees.
Beeswax block is in a solid state at room temperature and has a special fragrance of honey and powder. The colors are light yellow, medium yellow or dark brown and white.
Beeswax absolute is obtained by extracting beeswax secreted by worker bees with ethanol.
Organic beeswax pellets is an organic mixture secreted by worker beeswax glands, with pollen and nectar aroma.
Refined beeswax pellets are irregular clumps with different sizes. It is yellow, yellowish brown or yellowish white, opaque or slightly transparent, and the surface is smooth.
100% pure beeswax is a substance secreted by the four pairs of wax glands under the bee's belly.