Lip balm is always something that I carry around because I always have dry or chapped lips, no matter how many times I apply it. Usually I end up losing it eventually and then I have to go out and buy another one, and it can get costly. Instead, here is a way to make lip balm and the best part is that I can make more than one so even if I lose one, I still have more! Also, it’s a great gift for someone as well.
- 2 tablespoons of white beeswax pellets
- 4 tablespoons of sunflower oil
- Few drops of strawberry flavor oil
- Lipstick shavings (color that you want)
First you place the beeswax pellets and the sunflower oil in a microwavable bowl.
Heat it on low to medium heat until the beeswax pellets have melted and stir it with a metal spoon.
Use a pipette to put in the few drops of the strawberry oil.
Gradually start adding the lipstick shavings. You can choose a color, but since it is strawberry flavored, a pink color would make the most sense.
Stir the mixture with a metal spoon and continue to slowly add the shavings until you reach the shade you want.
Using a clean pipette, transfer the lip balm to small pots or whatever container you’d like to put them in.
Torie Jayne, where I got the inspiration from, also has a great way of packaging the lip gloss for gifts and other reasons.
There are many ways to make lip balm, so if you’re looking for different flavors you can check out this list and see what you can find.
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