Wintery Wonderland Skin & Lip Balm Recipe

Wintery Wonderland Skin & Lip Balm Recipe

How To Make Wintery Wonderland Skin & Lip Balm Recipe

This versatile recipe offers you many different options depending on your packaging, labeling and fragrance/flavoring choices. You can call this a Cuticle Stick/Balm, Gardener’s Stick/Balm, Chap Balm or Lip Balm … the choice is yours!

This formula works great on any extra dry patches of skin, dry cracked heels or elbows and on wind chapped skin areas especially a concern in the winter months. This handy recipe works great as a lip balm as well, simply adding one of our many lip flavors instantly creates a lip balm that will soon become a favorite!

For this formula, we’re choosing specialty oils such as jojoba (really a wax close to our skin’s natural sebum), and Apricot Kernel for its lightweight feel, moisturizing and anti-oxidant properties.


INFORMATION

  • Difficulty: Beginner
  • Yield: 4.6 oz

TIMING

  • Prep Time / Clean Up: 15 Minutes
  • Perform Time: 45 Minutes
  • Total Time: 1 Hour

SUPPLIES

Wintery Wonderland Skin & Lip Balm Recipe Supplies


INGREDIENTS

Wintery Wonderland Skin & Lip Balm Recipe Ingredients


DIRECTIONS

Step 1

Melt Beeswax in double boiler until melted.

Wintery Wonderland Skin & Lip Balm Recipe Step 1

Step 2

Add Apricot Kernel, Jojoba, Castor and Vitamin E Oils and stir until melted.

Wintery Wonderland Skin & Lip Balm Recipe Step 2

Step 3

Add Seasonal Flair!
Options:
For Skin & Lip Sticks/Balms Add 0.05 oz / 1.3 g (1%) Peppermint Essential Oil
For Flavored Lip Balms Add up to 0.14 oz / 4 g (3%) Seasonally Inspired Lip Flavor (Creme de Menthe, Mint Chocolate Chip or Snickerdoodle are perfect choices!)

Wintery Wonderland Skin & Lip Balm Recipe Step 3

Step 4

Pour into Lip Balm Tubes and allow to harden.

Wintery Wonderland Skin & Lip Balm Recipe Step 4

Step 5

Label and use.

Wintery Wonderland Skin & Lip Balm Recipe


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