"Pellicola beeskin a base di cera d’api ""Kids"""

"Kids" beeswax-based beeskin film


beeskin, "baby size": "kids" packages keep fruits, vegetables, sandwiches and biscuits, fresh for longer. They won't let them dry.

Food is much easier for your child to open and enjoy if contained in a film beeskin, rather than in a plastic sheet. beeskin Kids, designed for kids.

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beeskin, "baby size"

We all know what happens: dried apple, dented banana or advanced pieces of cheese are always returned in snack boxes.

Usually the snack prepared in the morning ends up in the trash. "kids" packs keep fruits, vegetables, sandwiches and biscuits, fresh longer. He won't let them dry. You can also peel a mandarin for your baby, wrap it with beeskin and you will see it will stay cool all day.

Food is much easier to open and enjoy for your child if contained in a film beeskin, rather than in a plastic sheet. Rinsed with cold water in the afternoon and reused the next day.

beeskin kids contains 2 "S" formats and an "M" format.

Beeskin "Kids": perfect for school and kindergarten. Tested and loved by our children, day by day.

So easy to use: beeskin the object you want to cover, or the food you want to wrap.

Beeswax sticks thanks to body heat and becomes one with the objects to be packaged. In the refrigerator, beeskin hardens, as if it were a plastic lid, but at room temperature it returns soft and malleable again, and will remain in the form in which you folded it.

Not suitable for direct use with raw fish, meat and pineapple.

Please observe our care and cleaning instructions and read more information and suggestions.

Natural ingredients: the quality of our films and the ingredients used is very important to us.

Your beeskin are produced with: Cotton (GOTS certified) – as a basic ingredient, beeswax (tested for pollutants and pesticides) – as the main component of the "coating", Resin – to give the film a better adhesion, Jojoba oil (organic) – to make it soft.

So many ways to use it: at school, on the go, or in the office — there are countless ways to use your beeskin.

Finally you won't have the frustration of using those disposable plastics that glue on to themselves becoming unusable (thus avoiding the bad mood in the morning when you're making sandwiches for work or school).

Buy the three pack and save money!


How much film (cellophane/PVC/plastic) do you use per year? On average 100 meters!

Calculate the relative cost and compare it with the cost of buying reusable films beeskin: the difference over the 365 days is very few euros... with undoubted health gains and a great deal of help in the fight against environmental pollution!


How to wrap with beeskin

Just place the beeskin on a plate, bowl or glass and wrap it on the edges. Thanks to the warmth of the hands, the film gently adheres to smooth surfaces as plastic cellophan does (unlike which it does not re-hang up annoyingly on itself to the point of forcing us to throw away tangled and unusable pieces of plastic). In the refrigerator, beeskin it stiffens and maintains its shape. Just like a plastic lid. At room temperature, beeskin softens again. But don't worry: it will stick again and stay where you prefer it to be.

Do not wrap with beeskin

films and beeskin NOT come into DIRECT contact with raw meat, fish and pineapple. This is simply because it is not possible to wash wrappers with hot water, which is essential to do for example with a meat tartare, raw chicken breast and raw meat or raw fish. You can put the raw meat in a bowl and then cover the bowl with your beeskin. Cured meats such as cooked ham, smoked ham, salami, etc. can be wrapped. After use wash beeskin as described below.

How to wash beeskin

Rinse your beeskin under cold water, and pass your fingers over beeskin to remove any leftover food, as if you were flushing a plate. Do not wash or beeskin with a rough sponge or brush. You can use the soft side of a sponge, gently, and it is recommended to use an ecological dish soap without "alcohol" in the first 4 ingredients listed. Alcohol dissolves the beeswax and resin of which the beeskin. After cleaning the film, dry it with a kitchen towel or let it air dry. Do not put beeskin on a radiator, as the film does not particularly like heat. Also, beeskin doesn't like to be squeezed in any way and doesn't like the dishwasher or microwave. If something should mold, just rub the cloth with a little vinegar.

You and your films beeskin- a lasting relationship.

The films beeskin last up to 1 year if treated in the right way. They can be rinsed as described above and stored when not used,you can store them in a drawer, or in a large glass jar, which we find more elegant.

Beware of heat. Do not leave them in the car on hot days or in direct sunlight. If the temperature exceeds 35°C, it is recommended to store the beeskin in the refrigerator or in another cool place.

But do not worry: if they seem to melt, put them in the refrigerator or in a cool place and they will be fine again.

The microwave, oven and radiator also damage the beeskin.

Why are they sticky?

Beeswax, jojoba oil and tree resin make the films beeskin adhere to any hard surface and on themselves. The heat of the hands will soften the wax and make the viscosity even stronger. Cold temperatures as in the refrigerator will make them hard, just as a plastic lid will remain in this form, once removed they will soften again.

If for some reason your beeskin films are no longer so sticky you can keep them under hot water but only for a few seconds or you can treat them to give them back the shape (see below). And if you find them too sticky: don't worry, after some time this effect will vanish.

Cutter, scissors and the like.

We chose these dimensions from experience. Don't worry if beeskin 're a little too big and you have to overlay them – this way they stick even better. In addition, there is no need to cut the film.

However, if after some time there are fringes coming out, you can cut them with scissors or with a sharp knife. The organic coating of beeskin and tree resin holds together the fibers of the fabric.

The appearance

On the films will form wrinkles and spots over time, but they are simple "patina". Try to avoid prolonged contact with fatty and oily foods and if, at some point, you think they need to regain their shape,you can put them in the oven! Put the beeskin on a baking tray, bake for 2-3 minutes at 90-100°C, let cool and reuse them again.

Of course it is nice to have very colorful prints on fabric, but since beeskin go into direct contact with food, we decided to minimize the use of dyes. In this way it is possible to understand if beeskin should be replaced, if they need to be cleaned a little better or if it is time to put them back "in shape" as described above. Using fewer colors also means less color pigments and therefore being more natural.

Our packaging

Our packaging and package leaflets, as well as the colors used, are certified and approved for direct contact with food. The cardboard comes from a sustainable and certified forestry.


Your beeskin can definitely be put in the refrigerator and, of course, in the freezer compartment.

We recommend checking the food after 4 weeks to make sure it hasn't dried.


yes, your beeskin it. It's a good smell of beeswax and a hint of tree resin. We would describe the smell as woody and natural. Depending on what flowers the bees used to collect their honey, the smell of wax can change slightly.

A friend of ours recently exclaimed, "I love smell, it makes me want to bite him."

And if you don't like the smell of trees, bees and wax too much, don't worry: after a while it will vanish.

Other ways to use beeskin

  • Do you like to decorate your cakes and muffins? Avoid disposable icing bags. Just fold a beeskin to form a glaze bag. The best thing is to start at a corner and roll beeskin to the other side. Fill with your favorite icing and start decorating your baked goods.
  • Put your bee skin on your knees while driving by car or train, if something spills then it lands on your bee skin and not on your clothes.

Where do you throw your beeskin end of life?

The films beeskin 100% compostable and 100% biodegradable

Buy now....and save an average of 100 meters of plastic film, per year!


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