KoKeBee’s beeswax eco-wrap is a food storage wrap made of organic cotton cloth soaked with beeswax.
We carefully select beeswax and blend organic jojoba oil and natural resin with an original composition, and it has been well received as “it has excellent flexibility and adhesion and is very easy to use.“
The natural antibacterial effect of these ingredients keeps the food fresh and delicious and lasts a long time.
Not only can it be washed and reused, but when it reaches the end of its life, it will be decomposed by bacteria living in the soil when it is buried in the soil, so it is a sustainable product that does not burden the global environment.
You can easily enjoy the handmade beeswax eco-wrap by using our “DIY Kit” which comes with ready-made beeswax mixture and cotton cloth.
What we do at the workshop
Session on plastic issues
Participants with a serious look
Follow the whereabouts of abandoned plastic
Let’s make an eco wrap
It was so easy!
Let’s try to make it
I created my original wrap
It was such a fun!
Recommended for people!
I want to protect my health
You would be happy if you could protect your family’s health just by using a cute eco-wrap. We will reveal the secret to what that means!
I am interested in eco-friendly goods!
Having cute kitchen goods brightens up the kitchen and makes everyday housework fun. Recommended for those who are interested in using eco-friendly goods!
I love handmade!
KoKeBee handmade kits have all the necessary ingredients. You can easily enjoy crafting without making a mess in the kitchen. We will also teach you how to make it!
I want to reduce garbage
Are you feeling guilty about the pile of rubbish that you create every day?
Let’s plan how to reduce the amount of rubbish generated at home together.
This kind of life is waiting after the workshop!
Eco-wrap is your new companion
It can be washed and used repeatedly, reducing rubbish
You can have a healthy lifestyle
in harmony with the earth
Voice of participants
For the first time, I learned that plastic was so deeply involved in environmental issues.
The convenience plastic rubbish that I have used in the past, often ends up in the ocean and so our food (fish) has become a threat to the human body. I have been eating fish thinking it was good for my health.
I didn’t think it was so serious, so I was not worried about what kind of world there would be in the future.
Nowadays, I try not to use plastic products such as single use plastic bags. They are easy to use, but now I try not to buy them. I carry my own bag as well.
On the other hand, however, I find that many of my favourite products that I used to buy use a lot of plastic, and I am having a hard time finding alternatives.
I sometimes wonder how much change I can make to society with my single effort. But that’s why workshop by KoKeBee is necessary. I hope that as many people as possible will participate in this workshop all over the world.
I knew the news that plastic was polluting the sea, but in the meantime I hadn’t done much about it. However, I was feeling a vague worry about the future, “What the world would be like when the children grow up?”
After the workshop, I was shocked to find that it took years for plastic to return to the soil, and that even the paper cups I used casually, take 100 years to decompose.
After that, when I don’t have my own cup, I decided not to buy coffee outside, and I try not to use disposable food storage wraps as much as possible. My everyday life changed to eco-friendly. I try to choose products that can be used repetitively, avoiding disposable products as much as possible.
I’ve always been interested in plastic issues, but I wasn’t familiar with them and vaguely imagined the environmental impact of rubbish and plastic products in the future. However, by participating in the workshop of KoKeBee, I was able to learn concretely “how plastics get returned to the soil,” and “how long it takes to be processed”, I started thinking about environmental issues.
Up until now, I used to hold rice balls with disposable plastic food wraps because it’s so convenient, but after I attended the workshop, I started to use my hand instead of wraps and hold it with salt. I would like to increase applying more options that do not use plastic products such as disposable plastic food wraps.
Humans pollute the earth, animals and sea creatures that cannot avoid that harm. —- It is an environmental problem that gets worse year by year, I feel so anxious thinking of this vicious cycle if it continues.
In my own daily life, I have been making efforts such as “not to use straws,” “use my own cup for coffee,” “bring my own bag for shopping,” etc. However, I became more aware of the seriousness of plastic harm after taking this workshop.
From then on, I can’t use plastic goods, and it’s not the easiest thing to keep going. However, I have come to think, “Even small things, starting and make it a habit will create a difference”
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Can I join with my child?
A. Yes. Preschool children are free to join. Since we use an iron, we ask that parents take responsibility for the safety of their children and make a comfortable environment for other students.
1. It is not a childcare course. It is the parent’s responsibility to always check the safety of their children.
2. The organiser will not be liable for any troubles, accidents, injuries, etc. inside or outside the venue.
3. If there is a case that may disturb other students during the course, please take care of your child such as going outside of the venue with them and returning to the venue once he/she become calm.
Q. Do you sell ready-made eco-wraps?
A. Depending on the organiser, what we can do may vary, but we may sell beeswax eco wrap sets such as large, medium and small as one set at the venue (At the workshop, we will mainly make the smallest wrap <There are exceptions> ).
In addition, KoKeBee sells cute eco-friendly goods that you can use to start your plastic-free life. You can also purchase from this website, but if you are interested, please contact the Ambassador when you attend the workshop.
Please note that the organiser cannot be held responsible for any accidents, injuries or illnesses that occur during the workshop.