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     Ivesse body wax has been developed and researched for more than 18 years, making it one of the most effective waxes on the market. It is 100% organic and natural, containing elements from the Brazilian Amazon that result in a euphoric feeling. Compared to regular waxes, Ivesse wax is 80% less painful and lasts three times longer. It is also free of polymers, sulfates, parabens, gluten, chemicals, and dyes, making it the perfect wax for sensitive skin. Ivesse wax can be used on all parts of the body and face, as well as all skin types, making it the best hard wax to use for anyone.

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​     Ivesse body wax has been developed and researched for more than 18 years, making it one of the most trusted waxes on the market. It is 100% organic and natural, containing elements from the Brazilian Amazon that give it a unique, euphoric feeling. Ivesse wax is also 80% less painful than regular wax, making it the perfect choice for those with sensitive skin.

    Ivesse wax is made with natural ingredients, such as beeswax, coconut oil, and shea butter, which help to nourish and protect the skin while providing a smooth, long-lasting finish. The wax also contains essential oils that provide a calming, soothing experience. The combination of these ingredients makes Ivesse wax one of the most luxurious waxes available.
    The Ivesse wax is easy to use and can be applied directly to the skin. It is also hypoallergenic, so it is suitable for all skin types.

What is the Wax made of and what are the active ingredients in the product?

Alba wax, Mineral oil, Theobroma Cacao seed butter, Theobroma Graniflorum seed butter, Colophonium, Eugenia Caryophyllus flower oil, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis oil.

  1. Alba Wax Is Beeswax.

    1. Natural wax product Alba Wax, derived from beeswax and other plant-based ingredients, is used in cosmetics, candles, and furniture care applications. Since Alba Wax is made from a combination of beeswax, carnauba wax, and candelilla wax, it is a sustainable resource suitable for various products. Beeswax is a natural wax produced by honeybees and can be used in various products, including cosmetics, candles, and furniture care. As a glossing agent for furniture, carnauba wax is a plant-based wax derived from the leaves of the carnauba palm tree. It is derived from the leaves of the candelilla shrub and is used as a thickening agent in cosmetics. Alba Wax is a great choice for those seeking an environmentally friendly wax product.

    2. Is Beeswax Safe To Use In Skincare?

      1. The American College of Toxicology Journal considers Cera alba safe in cosmetics. It does not cause any major side effects or other problems when used as an ingredient in skincare products. Cera alba (beeswax) skin benefits are numerous, and it’s completely non-toxic and not known to be a major allergen.

      2. Beeswax has a 0-2 comedogenic rating, meaning it likely will not clog pores. On top of that, it has a 0-irritancy score making it a good option for people with sensitive skin.

  2. Mineral Oil 

    1. A mineral oil is a colorless, odorless, light mixture of higher alkanes derived from a mineral source, such as a petroleum distillate.

  3. Theobroma Cacao Seed Butter

    1. Theobroma Cacao Seed Butter is a luxurious, nourishing ingredient derived from the cocoa bean. Theobroma Cacao Seed Butter is rich in vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids that naturally nourish and hydrate skin. Those looking for a natural, moisturizing ingredient for their skincare routine will benefit greatly from this butter. Theobroma Cacao Seed Butter is a rich, creamy butter derived from the cocoa bean that is rich and creamy in texture. Additionally, it is rich in fatty acids that help nourish and hydrate the skin, as well as antioxidants, which can help to protect the skin from environmental damage. Aside from being a great source of vitamins and minerals, Theobroma Cacao Seed Butter is also a luxurious and nourishing ingredient that can be used in various skincare products.


    1. Cocoa Seed Butter Benefits for Skin


  1. Promotes Healthy Skin

  2. Hydration

  3. Fight Premature Aging

  4. Stretch Marks (may not actually work for this)

  5. Theobroma Graniflorum Seed Butter

    1. Those with extremely dry and flaky skin may benefit from Cupuaçu butter, which is also recommended for skin exhibiting signs of aging. Cupuaçu butter is a natural emollient extracted from the seed of the fruit of the Cupuaçu tree, which is in the chocolate family. This butter is known to be an excellent moisturizer, providing hydration, antioxidants, and other skin benefits. It is also known to regulate the balance of water within the skin and help regulate the activities of the lipid layer. It has a fast absorption rate, absorbing into the skin quickly without leaving any residues. Cupuaçu butter is a great addition to any skincare regimen. It helps to restore skin elasticity while protecting and moisturizing the skin. It can help protect and heal skin from environmental damage and reduce fine lines and wrinkles. Its fast absorption rate makes it a great choice for those who want to get the most out of their skincare products.

  6. Colophonium

    1. In cosmetics, colophony is used as a binding agent to facilitate the cohesion of different ingredients. It is derived from pine trees and is a residue from the distillation of turpentine, a resin that is amber-colored. In the cosmetics industry, colophony is used for various applications, from depilatory products that eliminate unwanted hair to film-forming products that form a continuous film on the skin, hair, or nails. Additionally, it can be utilized as a viscosity-controlling agent, which can be used to increase or decrease the viscosity of cosmetics. Many cosmetics contain colophony as an important ingredient because it helps to bind different ingredients together and enhance their effectiveness. Additionally, colophony keeps cosmetics from separating, which can be a problem with some products. Additionally, it improves the texture and consistency of cosmetics, making them more pleasant to use. A variety of cosmetics use colophony as a binding agent.

  7. Eugenia Caryophyllus Flower Oil

    1. The essential oil Eugenia Caryophyllus Flower Oil, which is also known as Clove Bud Oil, is derived from the clove tree buds. Historically, this oil has been used in traditional medicine as a medicinal oil and is widely known for its numerous health benefits. Steam distillation is used to extract Clove Bud Oil from the buds of the clove tree. In aromatherapy, it is used to treat pain, inflammation, and stress. As a result, eugenol, eugenyl acetate, and caryophyllene are all known for their medicinal properties, among other active compounds. A variety of ailments can be treated with clove bud oil because it contains anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, and analgesic properties. The oil can also relieve pain, reduce inflammation, fight infection, improve digestion, reduce stress, and boost the immune system.

  8. Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis oil

    1. All-natural Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis oil is derived from the kernels of the almond tree. This light-colored oil is rich in vitamins, minerals, proteins, and essential fatty acids and is commonly known as sweet almond oil. Due to its emollient properties, sweet almond oil is widely used in cosmetics and personal care products, softening and soothing the skin. It is also a carrier oil for aromatherapy and massage. It is a mild oil easily absorbed into the skin, making it an ideal choice for blending with essential oils. Sweet almond oil is also a popular ingredient in many hair care products, as it helps condition and nourish the hair and scalp. It is an oil that can be used for many purposes, including skin care.


  1. How is this product different from others on the market?

    1. The information provided will enable you to determine how Ivesse wax differs from others on the market.

  2. Is the consistency thick or thinner than most wax?

    1. Thinner

  3. Does this wax work well on sensitive skin?

    1. Yes

  4. Can we sample the wax?

    1. Yes

  5. How do clients feel about the wax?

    1. Aside from the wax being the best they have ever had, they are surprised that there is not much pain, as it is not as hot and less ingrown, and the smell allows them to melt into the bed calmly.

  6. Can you compare it to any other wax on the market?

    1. None of its unparallel ingredients and smell are like no others.

  7. Is it possible to blend waxes?

    1. One-of-a-kind waxes should never be blended; they should be left alone in the pot for the best results.

  8. Are you able to provide hard or soft wax?

    1. Hard wax is our main product, but we also offer soft wax made with the same ingredients.

  9. What is the price per pound?

    1. $16.90 per Pound

  10. Are there any discounts available?

    1. We do offer discounts for larger orders. The more you buy, the better the deal

  11. What is the process of receiving the wax?

    1. Deliveries are available to the greater Houston area, and we also ship to customers outside the Houston area. You can also pick up the order at our store.

  12. What is wax's average melting point?

    1. Low! A product with a low melting point can be applied at low temperatures, reducing the risk of burns and redness on the skin.


  1. Colophonium: (Refer back to Ivesse wax letter “e.”)

  2. Glyceryl Rosinate:

    1. Glyceryl Rosinate is a natural, vegetable-based emulsifier derived from the sap of the rosin tree. It is a white to yellowish-white, waxy, solid material with a mild, characteristic odor. It is used as an emulsifier and stabilizer in food products, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals. Glyceryl Rosinate is a non-ionic emulsifier, meaning it does not contain an electrical charge. This makes it useful in products that require an emulsifier that does not react with other ingredients. It is also used to improve the texture and stability of products and reduce the fat or oil used in a product. Glyceryl Rosinate is generally considered safe for food products, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals. It is approved for use in the United States by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

  3. Cera Alba: (Refer back to Ivesse wax letter “a.”)

  4. Microcrystalline Wax:

    1. Microcrystalline Wax is a type of wax derived from petroleum. It is a hard, brittle wax with a low melting point, making it ideal for various applications. It is used to manufacture candles, cosmetics, and other products. Microcrystalline Wax is also used to produce wax paper, polishes, and other products. The main advantage of Microcrystalline Wax is its low melting point. This makes it ideal for use in products with low melting points, such as candles and cosmetics. It is also resistant to oxidation and has a high degree of flexibility, making it perfect for various applications. Microcrystalline Wax is also used to produce wax paper, polishes, and other products. It is also used to produce crayons, coatings, and other products.

  5. Paraffin:

    1. Paraffin is a wax derived from petroleum, coal, or shale oil. It is a white or colorless soft solid that is insoluble in water and has a low melting point. Paraffin is used in many everyday products, such as candles, lubricants, and cosmetics. It is also used in medical and industrial applications, such as in producing electrical insulation and as a component of certain plastics. Paraffin is a naturally occurring substance that can also be produced synthetically. It is produced by refining petroleum, coal, or shale oil. The refining process involves distilling the raw material to remove impurities and then treating it with hydrogen and other chemicals to create a wax-like substance. This process can be done at various temperatures, depending on the desired properties of the final product.

    2. This information was sourced from the American Petroleum Institute (API) website.

  6. Peg-3 Dirosinate:

    1. Peg-3 Dirosinate is a polymeric surfactant used in various applications, such as emulsions, foams, and detergents. It is a polyethylene glycol (PEG) derivative derived from dihydroxystearic acid. This surfactant reduces surface tension and increases the solubility of hydrophobic compounds. It is also used to stabilize emulsions and foams, and to improve the performance of detergents. Peg-3 Dirosinate is a nonionic surfactant, which means that it is not affected by the pH of the solution. It is also non-toxic and biodegradable, making it an ideal choice for many applications. It is commonly used in cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and food products.

    2. This information was sourced from the Science Direct website.

  7. BHT:

    1. BHT (Butylated Hydroxytoluene) is a synthetic antioxidant used as a preservative in various food and cosmetic products. It is a white, waxy solid that is insoluble in water and has a faint odor. BHT is used to prevent the oxidation of fats and oils, which can cause rancidity and spoilage. It is also used in cosmetics and pharmaceuticals as an antioxidant and preservative. BHT is an important ingredient in many products, and it is important to understand its properties and uses.

    2. The source of this information is the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI).

  8. Titanium Dioxide:

    1. Titanium dioxide (TiO2) is a naturally occurring mineral used as a bright white pigment for paint in the food industry as a coloring, sunscreens and cosmetics, and other industrial uses. It is also used as a photocatalyst, a material that can increase the efficiency of chemical reactions when exposed to light. Titanium dioxide is found in nature as the mineral rutile, a form of titanium oxide. Titanium dioxide is one of the most widely used white pigments because of its brightness and very high refractive index. It is also a pigment in plastics, paper, and inks. In the food industry, it is used as a coloring agent in various products, including confectionery, dairy products, and beverages. In sunscreens and cosmetics, titanium dioxide is used as a UV filter to protect the skin from the sun’s harmful rays.

  9. Mineral Oil (Refer back to Ivesse letter “b.”

  10. Peg-400

    1. PEG-400, or Polyethylene Glycol 400, is a synthetic compound used for a variety of purposes. It is a polyether compound, meaning it is a polymer composed of repeating units of ethylene oxide. PEG-400 is used as a lubricant, solvent, and surfactant in various industries, including pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and food processing. It is also used as a solvent in the production of polymers and plastics. PEG-400 is a relatively safe compound and is generally recognized as safe (GRAS) by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). It is non-toxic, non-irritating, and non-allergenic. It is also biodegradable, meaning it breaks down in the environment without causing harm.

    2. This information was sourced from the US National Library of Medicine's website, which is a part of the National Institutes of Health.

  11. Ethylene Vinyl Acetate /Ethylene/VA Copolymer

    1. Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (EVA) / Ethylene/VA Copolymer is a thermoplastic copolymer produced by the copolymerization of ethylene and vinyl acetate. It is a lightweight, flexible material often used in producing footwear, medical products, and other consumer goods. EVA is also used to produce packaging materials, adhesives, and coatings. EVA is a versatile material with a wide range of applications due to its good flexibility, chemical resistance, heat resistance, and electrical insulation properties.

    2. EVA is produced by combining ethylene and vinyl acetate monomers. The combination of these two monomers creates a strong, flexible copolymer with a low melting point. The resulting copolymer can then be used in a variety of applications. Due to its lightweight and flexible properties, EVA is often used in producing footwear, medical products, and other consumer goods.

  12. Lanolin

    1. Lanolin is a natural wax derived from sheep’s wool. It is a by-product of the process of cleaning wool after it is shorn from the animal. Lanolin is a yellow, waxy substance used in various products, such as cosmetics, ointments, and lubricants. It is also used as a waterproofing agent in leather products.

    2. Lanolin is a wax composed of several fatty acids, including oleic acid, stearic acid, and palmitic acid. It is also rich in vitamin E, which makes it an effective moisturizer. Lanolin is often used in cosmetics and skincare products because of its ability to lock in moisture and protect the skin from environmental damage. It can also be used to treat dry skin, eczema, and psoriasis.

  13. Triethanolamine

    1. An oily liquid with a mild ammonia odor. The potent base of ethylene oxide and ammonia is a clear, viscous liquid primarily used to balance the pH levels of cosmetics and personal care products. It is denser than water. However, it is just as commonly used as an emulsifier to improve the blend of ingredients. As a result of its effectiveness as both a base and an emulsifier, triethanolamine can be found in 40 percent of beauty products today. As a mild skin and eye irritant, triethanolamine is best suited for products that need to be washed off after use. It is a common ingredient in beauty and personal care products. It may irritate the skin and eyes at higher concentrations. Particularly, triethanolamine can cause eczema, allergic contact dermatitis, erythematous vesicular lesions, and allergic contact dermatitis. If inhaled or ingested, Triethanolamine can irritate or damage the respiratory or digestive system.

  14. Technical Hydroabietyl Alcohol

    1. Due to its tackiness and extremely pale color, as well as its solubility in common organic solvents and compatibility with resins, film formers, and oils, it has been used in plastics, lacquers, inks, and adhesives as resinous plasticizers and tackifiers. Colorless, tacky, balsamic resin ester that is tacky.

  15. C.I.42090 (Fd&C Blue 1)

    1. Despite being synthetic, it has been deemed safe for skin and hair. CI 42090 does not cause any harm unless consumed. Therefore, it is not suitable for breathable products such as perfumes. CI 42090 can also cause skin irritation and redness in people allergic to dyes. Patch tests are recommended when using products containing this ingredient. It is also vegan and halal, making it free of animal products.

  16. Glyceryl Hydrogenated Rosinate

    1. At concentrations used in cosmetics and personal care products, undiluted glyceryl monoesters did not cause any irritation to the skin. The monoesters of glyceryl were not sensitizers, except Glyceryl Rosinate and Hydrogenated Glyceryl Rosinate, which may contain residual rosin, which can cause an allergic reaction. These ingredients were not photosensitizers either.



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