How to Craft Your Own Lip Balm


how to craft your own lip balm recipe

Have you been using lip balm lately If not, you’ve been missing the extraordinary benefits of this amazing product. As Irene of Mountain Rose Herbs says, lip balm is truly one of the easiest and most inexpensive products to create. Crafting your own lip balm is really easy and the good thing of this is, you have the full control of the ingredients and will know beforehand that you are using pure, natural and organic elements on your lips.

Today, I love to share three lip balm recipe I’ve found at Mountain Rose Blog that include Mandarin Nutmeg Lip Balm, Peppermint Cocoa Lip Balm, and Lime Coconut Lip Balm.

The Mandarin Nutmeg Lip Balm is a sweet, citrusy, and warming lip balm with a hint of spice. To make this recipe, you need ingredients that include mango butter, sunflower oil, olive oil, beeswax, Mandarin essential oil, Nutmeg essential oil and Vitamin E oil.

The Peppermint Cocoa Lip Balm is a refreshing, cooling, and nourishing lip balm with Cocoa Butter and Peppermint for that quintessential fusion of chocolate and mint. The super ingredients of this recipe include, cocoa butter, sweet almond oil, avocado oil, beeswax, peppermint essential oil and Vitamin E oil.

While the Lime Coconut Lip Balm is a blend is perfect for warmer weather or for those who prefer a lightweight and glossy lip balm. The power—packed ingredients include coconut oil, sunflower oil, beeswax, lime peel essential oil and Vitamin E oil.

Note: You can find all of the ingredients needed to make lip balm on the Mountain Rose Herbs page here or on the Amazon page such as Mandarin essential oil, Nutmeg essential oil, Vitamin E oil, Raw Cocoa butter, peppermint essential oil or Coconut oil.

To learn how to craft each lip balm recipe combination, check the link below…

How to Craft Your Own Lip Balm

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