Moisturizing Lip Balm DIY

I figured out real quick that any form of video how-to is out of the question at this moment in my life…because children. Got to love them.

I took some pictures to help walk you through the process in place of video. I leave out how much of each essential oils I use, because that’s my secret. A little searching on the internet will lead you to a slough of different oil blends for different things, as well as different recipes. Some oils taste better than others, and some are irritating to sensitive skin, so you need a little know-how before diving in headfirst with other oils. But if you are into making this kind of stuff yourself, you probably already know the joy of research and experimentation. Or maybe that’s just me.

To start, you will need:
—1 1/2 tbsp. Coconut oil
—1 1/4 tsp. Shea Butter
—1/2 tbsp. Beeswax
—5 drops Sweet Almond Oil
—Assorted blend of Essential Oils, about 1/2-1 ml worth, or 10-20 drops, depending on how strong you want it. I am using Peppermint and Rosemary today.
—Pot big enough for your bowl to fit in. I use the bottom of a double boiler.
—Heat resistant glass bowl—I use a Pyrex quart measuring bowl for everything.
—A hot pad will more than likely be needed when removing the bowl from the hot water, and it’s advised to place a hot bowl on something other than your countertop. I happen to make double-layered, 100% cotton hot pads that you can check out here. They are machine washable.
—Rubber spatula—it’s easier to clean than a wooden spoon, and you want to be able to scrape everything out of your bowl.
—This recipe will make a little more than 1 oz, but not quite 2 oz. Jar size is totally up to you. It should make about 4 small lip balm jars.

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And there you have it! You can check out my Peppermint Rosemary Lip Balm if you would like to purchase some, but of course feel free to experiment for yourself if that is what makes you happy! I no longer sell the lip balm in jars. They now come in actual lip balm tubes.

Many blessings,
Emma Lee Joy
Owner of 4theBeautyOfLOVE

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