Murray’s Bees Wax

Hair Selection is proud to carry the Bees Wax from the Murray’s brand. The Bees Wax from Murray’s is made with 100% pure Australian Bees Wax and can be found in a 4 oz (114g) container. In later times, Murray’s has expanded its horizons and created a black Beeswax product that is more suitable for individuals who would benefit from the use of a beeswax that provides a look to their hair that allows it to appear thicker and more full.

This can also be found in a small jar of the same size as the original container. With Hair Selection carrying the both of these Bees Wax products, customers have a choice between choosing the two depending on their needs and/or preferences.

The original Bees Wax from the Murray’s brand has a cream colour. The black Bees Wax is black in colour that matches with most natural hair colour or #1B. The consistency for both variants of this product is thick but lathers and applies very smoothly. Bees Wax leaves you hair with great results! Aside from Bees Wax conditioning you hair and sealing your ends to prevent breakage, it also makes your hair soft and shiny! What about hair types, you ask? Bees Wax works great on all hair types from the loosest curls to the tightest of locs!

Popular styles that Bees Wax can be used on:

  • Dreadlocs
  • Braids
  • Curling
  • Twist/Braid outs
  • Taming edges

This product has various uses. It also has simple instructions for application. If you are planning on using this product for dreadlocs or braids, all that you have to do is apply a desired amount of the product to your hair and start to dread or braid! You can also re-apply the Bees Wax whenever your dreads or braids need a little polishing or a fresh hold.

Styling Tip: Bees Wax can be used with heat appliances! Apply it to your hair and grab that flat/curling iron!

Ingredients (Murray’s Bees Wax): Petrolatum, Beeswax (Cera Alba), Fragrance (Parfum), Linalool, Isoeugenol, Hydroxycitronellal, Geraniol, Cinnamyl Alcohol, Limonene, Benzyl Cinnamate, Benzyl Benzoate, Benzyl Alcohol, Amyl Cinnamal

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