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Bayberry wax



Bayberry wax is an aromatic green vegetable wax. It is removed from the surface of the fruit of the bayberry (wax-myrtle) shrub by boiling the berries in water and skimming the wax from the surface of the water. It is made up primarily of esters of lauric, myristic, and palmitic acid.

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Uses

Bayberry wax is used primarily in the manufacture of candles and other products where the distinctive fragrance is desirable.

Properties

 
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