Bee’s Wrap Review

Overview

Bee’s Wrap is a brand focused on making plastic wrap substitutes out of organic cotton, responsibly sourced beeswax, certified organic plant oils, and tree resin. This product comes with 3 different sizes of wrap, large (13 x 14 in), medium (10 x 11 in) and small (7 x 8 in). These wraps are reusable and a plus side that the these offer that the plastic wrap alternative cannot offer is that it sticks and changes form easier than plastic. They also offer 4 different prints on the wrap for you to choose from.

Review

When comparing Bee’s Wrap to its competitors (Akeeko, Bee Carefree, and Trifecta/Hunny Bee), there are several notable differences to consider.

Akeeko and Hunny Bee stand out as offering better value for your money. While Bee’s Wrap provides three wraps, one of each size, Akeeko includes nine wraps with five small, three medium, and one large wrap, all of which have the same dimensions as Bee’s Wrap. Similarly, Hunny Bee offers seven wraps with two small, three medium, and two large wraps, while once again the dimensions of the wraps are the same as the other two brands. Despite offering more wraps, Akeeko and Hunny Bee usually have prices comparable to Bee’s Wrap, making them attractive options in terms of quantity for the price.

Another standout competitor is Bee Carefree. While it tends to be generally more expensive than other brands, it offers several advantages. Bee Carefree provides two medium wraps and two large wraps (same dimensions). Additionally, Bee Carefree includes two bars of beeswax, which is a valuable addition. A very common complaint with beeswax wraps in general is that they lose their stickiness and become less malleable after several washes. But with the extra beeswax bars, the wraps can be re-waxed, extending their lifespan. Furthermore, Bee Carefree comes with a complementary produce bag, adding extra convenience and value to the product.

In conclusion, there are a few reasons to choose Bee’s Wrap over its competitors. First, Bee’s Wrap has the highest number of reviews, which provides a larger pool of feedback for a more realistic rating. 

How does it help the environment?

Beeswax wraps are better for the environment than plastic wrap in several ways. First, they are made from natural and renewable materials like organic cotton fabric coated with beeswax, jojoba oil, and tree resin. This means they are more sustainable than plastic wrap, which is made from fossil fuels. Second, beeswax wraps are biodegradable and can be composted, while plastic wrap takes hundreds of years to break down and contributes to plastic pollution. Third, beeswax wraps are reusable, lasting up to a year or more, which reduces the amount of single-use plastic waste. Additionally, beeswax wraps are free from harmful chemicals found in plastic wrap, making them safer for storing food. Finally, by choosing beeswax wraps, you support beekeepers and the vital role of bees in pollination and maintaining ecosystems. Overall, beeswax wraps are a eco-friendly alternative to plastic wrap, helping to reduce waste, conserve resources, and protect the environment!