Kama Pigments Encaustic Wax
Encaustic paint is a technique in which the main binder is natural beeswax. In encaustics, the paint doesn't dry but rather solidifies at room temperature and liquefies when heated. That process of heating the wax allows the artist to work it almost endlessly. This is different from other painting techniques (oils or acrylics) where the painted surface can't be worked after it has dried.
KAMA's encaustic paints are made form natural beeswax, dammar resin and our very own Dry pigments.