We understand your concerns as a parent!
At Bottle of Wellness, we choose only premium ingredients. We placed an importance of hand-picking our raw ingredients which have met the requirements of the various certifying bodies such as USDA.
Essential Oils (100% Pure & GC/MS tested)
We used only 1 reputable brand & do not mix other brands together. Each and every one of the batches of oil are GC-MS tested for quality and purity. It is important that the company is also transparent on this. These batch specific GC-MS reports are available right on the essential oil company website for our convenience.
*It is BOW company policy not to disclose the brand of essential oils used unless necessary. As we are strictly promoting only our brand & only take responsibility on our own products. Thank you for your kind understanding.
Please understand that it is important to us as we are using it on our own kids too.
White beeswax which pollen are naturally removed, produces a clean and white appearance while maintaining & preserving the natural aromas of honey. Pollen causes the yellow color in beeswax. Our white color beeswax are naturally whitened by sunlight and air exposure with no chemicals bleaching used in this process. White is further filtered to remove pollen and propolis, minimal risk of allergy. Making it safer for those who has pollen allergy.
- Country of Origin: United States
- 100% Pure
- Filtered free of debris
- Filtered free of pollen (remove natural yellow color)
- Naturally whitened by sunlight and air exposure
- No chemical bleaching
- USP Grade
How is white beeswax obtain?
There are few ways which can influence the colour of the beeswax. 1. When the beeswax is generated by the wax glands in the abdomen of the bee it originally comes out creamy white. 2. Filtered
"Beeswax is secreted from the wax glands on the abdomen of the female worker bees. When made, it is so white as to be almost translucent. So, first point to note, beeswax actually starts off white.
The worker bees use the beeswax to build honeycomb in which to store honey and bee pollen. This is where the various colours of wax arise. Natural beeswax can range from creamy white through to bright yellow (dandelion, flatweed, canola, wattle), orange (capeweed – it’s a yellow daisy flower with a black centre), pink and even dark brown (melted down comb wax).
There are other influencers too on the colour of beeswax, such as:
1. The length of time the wax is left in the hive
2. Whether the beekeeper melts down old comb and brood comb with their cappings wax (the vast majority of beekeepers do this as it is good beekeeping practice to replace the foundation comb at least once a year in every frame in a hive)
3. What temperature the beekeeper melts the wax at (the higher the temperature the darker the wax)
4. How clean the wax is (in terms of filtering out pollen and dust)." - Queen B
Are our white beeswax chemical bleached?
Nope! As we use it on our own babies too, we only use white beeswax which pollen are naturally removed. It'll produce a clean and white appearance while maintaining & preserving the natural aromas of honey. Pollen causes the yellow color in beeswax. Our white color beeswax are naturally whitened by sunlight and air exposure with no chemicals bleaching used in this process. This is safer for those who has pollen allergy.
White or yellow, both will go through a certain filtration process of removing dirt & debris before it's graded.
Extra Virgin Organic Coconut Oil is a stable, healthy saturated fat that is naturally free from trans-fatty acids. It contains medium-chain fatty acids, such as lauric acid, which have shorter chain length than most animal derived long-chain saturated fatty acids. Unlike refined coconut oils, Extra Virgin Coconut Oil is not hydrogenated, bleached, refined or deodorized.
One of the most notable health benefits of coconut is its antibacterial and antimicrobial properties. In modern medicine, coconut has been known to be used for killing viruses, killing bacteria, relieving pancreatic and digestive stress, alleviating dandruff, improving the health and appearance of skin and hair, reducing inflammation, providing a boost of nutritional energy, and helping support and repair tissues.
- Pure & Natural
- Cold Pressed Coconut Oil
- Unrefined Coconut Oil
Extra Virgin Olive Oil (100% Pure & Cold Pressed)
Extra virgin olive oil produced by the first pressing of the olive (the fruit of Olea europaea; family Oleaceae) through cold pressing process without the use of chemicals and industrial refining. The high quality extra virgin olive oil produced are loaded with nutrition and antioxidants like vitamins A and E and are commonly used in cooking, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and soaps.
- Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- 100% Pure & Natural
- Cold Pressed Olive Oil
- Unrefined Olive Oil
- Great for skin & hair
Pure Grapeseed Massage Oil (100% Pure & Cold Pressed)
Grapeseed Oil (100% Pure & Cold Pressed) is a natural by-product of winemaking that is obtained through pressing the seeds of grapes. It is also a preferred cosmetic ingredient for controlling moisture of the skin. Grapeseed oil being light and thin is especially suitable for oily skin and leaves a glossy film over skin when used as a carrier oil for essential oils in aromatherapy. It contains more linoleic acid than many other carrier oils. Grapeseed oil can also used as a lubricant for shaving and as a growth and strengthening treatment for hair.
- 100% Pure Grapeseed Oil
- Cold Pressed to retain natural nutrients
- Great for body, face, skin & hair.
- Good for oily or acne prone skin.
- Ideal for massage
- Hexane Free