Industrial Beeswax is a natural wax produced by honeybees. The wax is formed by worker bees who discard in the hive. The worker bees use it to build hexagonal cells to store honey. Beeswax consists of fatty acid esters and long-chained alcohols. Applications of beeswax are cleaning agents, food flavoring, lubricants, and others. Burning beeswax produces negative ions which attract pollutants. Thus, Industrial Beeswax actually succeeds in cleaning up the air and making it more habitable. This attribute can be beneficial to the beeswax market in producing more environmentally-beneficial products.