Beeswax does not contain harsh chemicals that can irritate your lungs or burn your eyes. Beeswax air fresheners allow you to add scent to your home naturally without paying a lot of money for a commercial air freshener. You can make a beeswax air freshener with your preferred essential oils, beeswax colors and shapes to match your home decor.
Place a sheet of beeswax onto a flat surface. If the beeswax appears cracked, you can fix it by softening it with a hair dryer. Do not add too much heat or it will completely melt the beeswax.
Cut the beeswax with cookie cutters. Use your preferred cookie cutter shape.
Place one of the cut-out shapes onto a piece of wax paper. Add 3 to 4 drops of essential oil to the beeswax.
Place another cutout onto of the first beeswax cut-out shape. Press the two pieces of beeswax together firmly so that they stick together. Use a hair dryer to melt the edges of the wax so that the pieces adhere.
Add 3 to 4 drops of essential oil to the top of the second beeswax cutout. Continue the process of adding beeswax cutouts and essential oil until you reach the desired size.
Place the air freshener in your home, closet or dresser.