Pure New Zealand Beeswax Pellets


By popular demand, we're making a limited amount of our pure beeswax available.  This is pure New Zealand beeswax with no additives, and comes from virgin cappings wax harvested during honey extraction.


Perfect for balms and salves, candles and polishes, and all your craft projects.  Our pure beeswax pellets are blocks of about 1 cm cubed, making it easy for you to measure out exactly the right weight for your creations, ensuring a great result, and no waste. 


Of course, if you're wanting to make beeswax food wraps, we strongly suggest you use our pre-blended DIY blocks,  which already contain exactly the right mix of beeswax, damar tree resin and coconut oil


Tip:  Beeswax has a melting point of 61 - 62 degrees celsius.  To get the best out of our beeswax, do not use more heat than is necessary, and heat only for as long as is required.  Use a double boiler to avoid hot spots - excessive heating temperatures or duration can darken beeswax and damage its scent.  


Gently refined using only water, heat and filtration, our beeswax retains its natural golden colour and delicious honey scent. 

Colour will vary, just as it naturally does in the hive, but will be in the yellow range (ie, not brown or white)


PLEASE NOTE:  This product is available ONLY to New Zealand shipping addresses.  


We ship worldwide from our home in Hawke's Bay, New Zealand.

We will always do our best to dispatch your order within 2-3 working days, but please note that most of our products are made to order, which may require a few more days  lead time. 

If you need an something in a particularly tight timeline, feel free to drop us an email or give us a call on 027 244 1751 and we'll do our best to help. 


New Zealand

Courier delivery $7.50 flat rate on orders up to $70 value.  FREE COURIER DELIVERY in NZ on orders $70+.   

Delivery within New Zealand is generally 2-3 days urban once shipped, with rural around 5 days.


International Shipping

For our international customers we offer tracked airmail and courier services.

International delivery varies depending on destination and service, from 3 working days to around 3 weeks.


International Orders and Bee Products

We send our beeswax candles, wraps, DIY blend, and polishes  worldwide and have never had a problem with border restrictions.   Generally finished beeswax products are acceptable for import in most countries.

However, in some countries raw beeswax may not to be allowed in order to protect the health of their local bees.  We get it.  After all, Kev and  Dee are beekeepers, first and foremost.  On that basis, we opt to make our beeswax blocks and pellets available to New Zealand addresses only. 


Some countries may have various border or import charges - please note that you will be responsible for any such charges. 


What about packaging?  Do you use plastic?

We're committed to eliminating plastic wherever we can - the clear bags our kits are packaged in are NOT plastic.  They are genuine cellophane, made from vegetable cellulose and are fully biodegradable and home compostable. 

And we're very happy to announce that the black courier bags we use are also NOT plastic!  They are made from plants and are fully biodegradable, and home compostable.  And, a little oddly, they smell like fresh toast, or maybe popcorn!

We offer the following payment options for your convenience:






Bank deposit

Shop pay

Google pay


Apple pay

Customer Reviews

Based on 53 reviews
Amanda Ludwig

Fast delivery great product. I ordered bees wax cubes. Will definitely purchase again in near future.

Jan Leggett (Auckland, NZ)

Beautiful product, you can smell the honey! I use it in my balms. Highly recommend

Hayley (Cambridge, NZ)
Fantastic product

Happy with beeswax will definitely purchase again. Looking forward to making balms

Gabrielle Kupa (Auckland, NZ)
Pure bee wax pallet

Ordered the pallets from dee beautiful products and prompt service

alan W (Auckland, NZ)
Easy beezy

From buzzing around the website to it turning up in my hive all was easy beezy!

Andrew Stokes (Napier City, NZ)
Bees wax pellets

Use melted with mineral oil to make wax polish for high end cutting and serving boards I make

Jann Bourke (Christchurch, NZ)
Beesxax pellets

The wax was used to make a salve. I put the oil and wax into a silicone mold to set and it has a very nice consistency with a gentle melt when rubbed over the skin.
I will purchase this wax again without hesitation.

Vic Daniel (Christchurch, NZ)

not used them yet but appear to be exactly what i need

Margaret McDonald (Christchurch, NZ)

Pellets are good made some beautiful balms they turned out well using your beeswax

Federico Roura (Christchurch, NZ)
Calendula balm.

Used to make a calendula balm.