From Peggy Tenn.
Apricot Citrus Lip Balm
1 t Beeswax (5 ml)
1 t Apricot kernel oil (5 ml)
1 t Calendula oil (5 ml)
Few drops essential oil of
Lemon or orange
Great for chapped lips!
Melt the beeswax. Add the apricot and calendula oils, stirring constantly.
Remove from the heat while stirring and when partly cooled, add the essential
oils. Store in a small glass pot or jar.
Cocoa Butter Lip Balm
2.5 oz cocoa butter
2.6 oz beeswax
1.4 oz sweet almond oil
Melt ingredients together, stir and put into container.
Castor Oil Lip Balm
1.5 oz cocoa butter
1.5 oz beeswax
3 oz castor oil
Melt in microwave. Then add castor oil, stir, and pour into your lipgloss
Homemade Lip Balm
This lip balm recipe is easy to make and pretty versatile. You can try different
flavoring oils to suite your taste.
1/4 vegetable or nut oil (Example: Almond oil)
1/4 ounce beeswax
1 teaspoon honey or glycerin
1/2 to 1 teaspoon natural flavoring oil (Example:
Peppermint or Lemon oil)
Melt beeswax in a double boiler. Remove from heat and whip with an electric
beater until creamy. Combine other ingredients and whip until thoroughly mixed.
Store in an airtight jar.
Here is a remedy for chapped lips:
Exfoliate your lips by using an old toothbrush and a
menthol based lip balm. Apply lip balm first, then
brush gently with the toothbrush.
Inexpensive Lip Balm
1 Tablespoon solid vegetable shortening
1 teaspoon any flavor unsweetened Kool ade
1/4 teaspoon honey (optional)
Can be doubled to tripled if you want to make a lot.
Put in a sauce pan and heat on medium heat until melted Stir well and pour in
small jars (don’t use the grainy part in the bottom of the pan) and let cool til
set, can be put in the refrigerator or freezer til set if you want it faster.
Then carry with you and use whenever you want. I never put honey in it.