Lip balm is one of the basic day-to-day use beauty products. Its use is inevitable to keep your lips soft and smooth all the times. But at times, you fail to get the right flavour or taste you want from the drugstores. No need to despair, however; the issue can be easily countered. An easy way to counter the issue is to prepare your own lip-balm at home.
Homemade lip balms are just fantastic; they are good for your lips and are luscious too. Some three terrific homemade lip-balm recipes are given here.
1. Luscious Lavender Lip-Balm
Lavender is so calming for the chapped lips. If you fail to get right lavender lip balm in the drugstores and makeup counters, you may prepare your own at home. Below given is a super easy recipe to make lavender lip balm that smells like a drugstore lip balm.
The ingredients required to prepare the balm include four tablespoon almond, jojoba, or olive oil, one tablespoon grated beeswax or beeswax pearls, one teaspoon honey, 1/4 teaspoon vitamin E oil, seven drops of lavender or any other essential oil, one teaspoon cocoa powder, one teaspoon colored, natural lipstick for adding a hint of color.
Collect beeswax, oils (except essential oil) and honey in a small, stainless-steel bowl and warm them up on lo heat until the beeswax is completely liquefied. Keep stirring. After the beeswax is melted, remove heat and quickly whip in Vitamin E, essential oil, colored lipstick and cocoa powder. Now take ice water in a shallow pan and place the bottom of mixture containing bowl in it. Keep on whisking hastily as you add honey. After adding honey, transfer the balm into lip-balm container without delay. Let the balm set for three hours and it’s ready.
2. Coco-Rosey Lip-Balm
If you are seeking a balm that smells like roses, coco-rosy lip balm is just the thing. This home-grown lip balm makes lips soft and smooth.
The ingredient required include two tablespoon coconut oil, one tablespoon grated cocoa butter, one tablespoon dried rosebuds or any other dried flower, 1/4 teaspoon vitamin E oil, and three drops of rose, lavender, sweet orange or vanilla oil.
Warm the coconut oil at very low heat so that it melts down. After the oil is liquefied, add rosebuds or substitute and stir well. Let steep once again at low heat for almost one hour. Filter oil into a bowl. Clean the original heating bowl, transfer oil back in, and place on the stove again. Add cocoa-butter and blend until liquefied. Remove heat, add the essential oil and vitamin E oil and stir well. Collect into your lip balm container and allow to set for three hours.
3. Vanilla Lip-Balm
Finally, if you re looking for something easy-to-make and luscious too, this’ it! Vanilla lip balm isn’t tasty, but soft and smooth too. Give it a try;
Constituents include one tbsp grated beeswax, one tbsp coconut oil, 1/8 tsp vitamin E oil and 1/8 tsp vanilla extract.
Put beeswax, vitamin E oil and coconut oil in a stove-proof container and heat slightly until the oils and wax are melted. Add the vanilla extract to it and mix well. Collect the mixture in your lip-balm container and let it cool down completely before you use it.