Bee Love Wraps

High Quality, Beautiful Beeswax Wraps

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What, Why, How

What are Beeswax Wraps?

Beeswax wraps are the eco-friendly and superior alternative to plastic cling wrap, aluminium foil and ziplock bags. They are reusable, easy to use, and keep your food fresh.

Why use Beeswax Wraps?

Because plastic cling wrap is bad! It's not recyclable and definitely not biodegradable. Which means it either goes to landfill and stays there for hundreds of years or ends up somewhere on our land or in our oceans for animals to deal with. Also, beeswax wraps are fun to use and look beautiful!

How to use Beeswax Wraps?

Using beeswax wraps is easy. Simply mould the wrap around your food or bowl and hold for 1-2 seconds while applying a bit of pressure. This will soften the beeswax and make it stick to itself or the bowl. After use, clean the wraps using cold soapy water, leave to dry and reuse. 

What are Beeswax wraps made from?

Australian Beeswax

Natural Tree Resin

Coconut Oil

GOTS Certified Organic Cotton

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Testimonials

- Christiane Lammers -

★★★★★

"I absolutely love these wraps! I've tried making my own but these work much better and they look beautiful too. Couldn't ask for anything else. Amazing product. I highly recommend these!"

- Jacquelene Hood -

★★★★★

"I love the ecology behind Bee Love Wraps as I am trying to reduce my platic wrap usage. Bee Love Wraps are a natural product with no chemicals. The range of sizes suits all kitchen situations. I have wrapped half a pumpkin in the large size, completely sealed very quickly with the warmth from my hands.
The fabrics are beautiful, the wraps are really good value for money. They arrived in the post a couple of days after placing the order."

- Jacqueline Ogilvy -

★★★★★

"I absolutely love my bee love wraps, they keep my food really fresh, they’re easy to clean, and the best thing- I can use them over and over, no more throwing away plastic!"

Better for the world

Reusable & Compostable

Better for you

All Natural, No Plastic

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