I usually apply raw coconut oil to my wooden stuff once a year. I do this because I want to keep things as natural as possible: I like the original color of wood and I dislike varnishes and finishes that contain ingredients I do not understand how they are processed.
I wanted to try a finish based on beeswax and oil (either coconut, olive or canola oil). Unfortunately where I live, beeswax is hard to find.
The other day I came across a natural hair removal wax which contains only beeswax and natural resin (see photo below).
I know that neither oil nor beeswax will negatively affect the wood, but what about the natural resin in this wax?
Note that the product label does not state what are the beeswax and natural resin proportions...