Try to find local beeswax if you can, but if not, these beeswax pellets are pretty handy, and easy to melt.
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I always recommend rendering your own tallow if possible, but if you don’t have access to beef fat, here is a source of pure, grassfed beef tallow.
I get all of my essential oils for wholesale prices, which has saved me TONS over the years. You can too (no selling or big orders required!)
I use coconut oil for DIY projects as well as baking. (And no it doesn’t actually taste like coconut in my baked goods. If a recipe calls for shortening, this is usually what I use.) So I’ll buy coconut oil by the bucket. Yes, I’m sure my UPS delivery man thinks I’m crazy. But you don’t have to buy a bucket full. Click on this link, and choose what size you’d like.