When the weather gets extreme, frequent application of lip balm is essential. This DIY Lip Balm with Essential Oils is easy to make, affordable and non-toxic.
I've always been prone to dry lips. Because of this, I stash lip balm all over the house.
There is one by the bed, another by my computer, one in the family room and one in the kitchen. And of course, there is one in my purse.
Because all three of my kids also have dry lips from time to time, I keep them in their own stash as well.
As you might imagine, we go through a LOT of lip balm.
If your family uses as much as mine does, you are going to want to try this DIY Lip Balm with Essential Oils.
It is so simple to make and is a fabulous was to keep your lip balm stock where it needs to be without breaking the bank.
I used Sweet Orange oil because it is a scent that the would family would like. (Boys included.) Feel free to switch out the oil if you like. Just steer clear of phototoxic essential oils and of course, be conscious of which oils are safe for children if that is a concern. (i.e., I wouldn't use Peppermint because Skye is under 6 and Peppermint is not safe for her.)
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DIY Lip Balm with Essential Oils
¾ ounce beeswax
1 ounce coconut oil
¼ ounce cocoa butter
½ teaspoon Vitamin E oil
½ teaspoon honey
40 drops Sweet Orange essential oil
In a small saucepan over medium-lowlow heat, combine beeswax, coconut oil, cocoa butter, Vitamin E and honey. Stir to combine.
Remove from heat and add Sweet Orange oil, stirring well to combine. Quickly transfer to lip balm tins and allow to cool. Cover.