Coconut Oil Lip Balm Recipe DIY – Step By Step

For all the coco nuts out there, I’ve created this easy coconut oil lip balm recipe DIY, Step By Step recipe you can create right in your kitchen! Coconut oil is excellent as a skin moisturiser and softener. I am also using castor oil in this coconut oil lip balm recipe to add extra shine but you could use another liquid carrier oil like safflower or olive oil if you wanted something less shiny. Beeswax is what will make your lip balm harden so don’t skip this ingredient… Add some peppermint essential oil for a “fresh like” sensation which is to say the least… ideal in the summer! If you choose refined coconut oil, it will not have the lovely coconut scent, opt in for the virgin non refined coconut oil; always organic please! Coconut Oil Lip Balm Recipe DIY step by step Coconut Oil Lip Balm Recipe Recipe Ingredients Natural Emulsifier – 25 % 2 tbs of organic beeswax Oil phase – 75 % 4 tbs of organic virgin non refined coconut oil 2 tbs organic castor oil Essential oils Optional 15 drops of organic peppermint  essential oil Containers 8 plastic lip balm containers You can buy plastic lip balm containers on mountain rose herbs or amazon.com. If you live in canada, go to amazon.ca; you will avoid hefty customs fees that way!  Step 1  Gather all the ingredients and add the beeswax, castor oil and coconut oil in a double boiler or a pan filled with water. You will need 6 to 8 lip balm containers for this recipe. Step 2 Once melted, add the essential oil if desired and mix well. Step 3 Pour the liquid wax in the lip balm containers and fill them to...

Natural Cranberry Lip Gloss

Natural Cranberry Lip Gloss This pale pink lip gloss is shiny and hydrating. You will love the lemony taste of the cranberry, citrusy like!  Natural Emulsifier – 14% 1 teaspoon organic beeswax  Oil phase – 71 % 4 teaspoons organic shea butter 1 teaspoon organic  castor oil Water phase 14% 1 teaspoon of 100% pure organic cranberry juice (not made from concentrate) Essential oils 5 drops of grapefruit essential oil  Directions Melt everything together on low heat, once melted remove from heat and blend with an electric whip until it forms a creamy / frosty consistency. Scoop right away in a small lip balm containers before it start to solidify...

Ultra Moisturizing Organic Lip Balm Recipe – Bye Bye Chapped lips!

If you have dry lips and dead skins you may want to scrub first. Its simple, just use some brown sugar, honey and olive oil (1 teaspoon each) and gently massage your lips for a few minutes. Rinse well. Then apply your lip balm, it will be much more effective. This recipe below contains castor oil that will make your lips shinny!  The honey helps healing, Shea and mango butter which are great emollients will make your lips smooth like silk.  Tucuma butter is from Brazil. It is high in vitamin A and rich in lauric, myristic and oleic acids.  I really like this lip balm as it has long moisturizing properties. Its great for chapped lips! Natural Emulsifier – 30 % 3 teaspoons Beeswax Oil phase – 70 % 1 teaspoon organic castor oil 1.5 teaspoon of organic tucuma (or kokrum) butter (or replace by shea butter) 1 teaspoon of organic refined coconut oil (or not refined to have the coconut scent) 1 teaspoons of refined raw organic Shea butter 1 teaspoon of refined organic Mango butter 1 teaspoon of organic hemp oil 0.5 teaspoon of organic liquid honey Essential oils (optional): Essential Oils of 1 big drop Benzoin, 10 drops organic essential of Fennel 5 drops organic essential of Patchouli 5 drops organic essential of Lavender Makes: 8 lip balm tubes Directions: Melt beeswax, oils, and honey in a double boiler of low heat. Once melted take it off the heat and mix well until the honey is blended. Add essential oils and pour the mixture into lip balm container right away before it start to solidify....

How to stuff stockings with homemade lip balms

Stocking stuffers are all the little gadgets, trinkets and sugar treats… Let me share a great addition to stuff your stockings… a homemade and natural lip balm for cold winters! Here is one of my favorite recipe: Coconut lip balm Coconut oil is excellent as a skin moisturizer and softener. Add some vanilla essential oil for a subtle exotic scent.  A simple and fun recipe! Natural Emulsifier – 40 % 2 tablespoon Beeswax Oil phase – 60 % 3 tablespoon of Coconut oil 1 tablespoon Castor oil 1 capsule of vitamin e Essential oils: Optional 10 drops of vanilla essential oil Directions: Melt everything in a double boiler of low heat. Once melted take it off the heat and pour the mixture into lip balm containers before it start to solidifier. If it has already starting to solidify, don’t panic! Put it back into the double boiler for a few seconds until it melts again and poor the rest in the...

Aloe Vera healing lip Balm for Sayan

Extra virgin olive oil is a good moisturizer for a case of dry lips; who does not have olive oil in its kitchen?! Honey is an excellent choice as a treatment for a bad case of chapped and cracked lips because it is antiseptic. Aloe vera is an amazing healing plant. Natural Emulsifier – 10 % 1 teaspoon Beeswax pellets Oil phase – 80 % ½ teaspoon of liquid honey 6 1/2  teaspoon of olive oil 1 teaspoon of shea butter 1 capsule of vitamin e or wheat germ oil (optional) Water Phase: 10 % 1 teaspoon of Aloe vera juice or gel Essential oils: 5 drops of Roman Chamomile essential oil (optional) or for a vanilla taste and scent 10 drops of vanilla essential oil (10 fold) Directions: Melt beeswax, oils, and honey in a double boiler of very low heat. Once melted, add the aloe vera.. Blend well with a whip. Take it off the heat and start whipping until the liquid becomes frosty and the honey and aloe vera well blended. Add the essential oils if you wish. This Vaseline will solidify quickly so pour it in a container as soon as the mixture is well blended and still warm. You can re-melt it if necessary. Yield: about 1.5...