Microcrystalline

Microcrystalline waxes, in contrast to paraffin, may vary in color from white to yellow, amber, brown, or even black. By using various separation techniques, microcrystalline waxes can range from soft plastic and tacky to hard, tough, and dry.
Microcrystalline

Like paraffin, they are hydrocarbon waxes but with a higher molecular weight and a larger number of components. As a result, they have comparatively high melting points – up to 195°F.