Homemade Lavender Honey Lip Balm

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This homemade lavender honey lip balm is very healing and nourishing for dry, chapped lips. I made these with my daughter as party favors for her 5th birthday party. All the girls loved them!

Lavender Honey Homemade Lip Balm

Ingredients

Equipment You’ll Need

Directions

Remove the lids from the lip balm tubes and secure upright with a large rubber band.

Gently melt the coconut oil, shea butter, honey, and beeswax in a double boiler (or in a glass bowl set on top of a sauce pot of simmering water).

Remove from heat and then stir in the sweet almond oil and essential oils.

Quickly pour the melted oil into the upright tubes. You have to move very quickly before the oils start to set.

Allow the lip balm to set and then cap the containers.

The scent is intoxicating!

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11 Responses to Homemade Lavender Honey Lip Balm

  1. Judith says:

    I love the beauty recipes you´re sharing and I´m trying some of them. But I wonder if there´s a replacement for shea butter. Shea butter and f.ex. aloe vera, avocao oil aren´t possible to use as ingredients if you´re allergic to latex. Do you have an idea for replacements?

  2. Judith says:

    Thank you for your quick ansewer! :) Thats a good idea! I love cocoa butter and will try it. I´m a little sceptical about mango butter because mangos should be avoided with latex allergy. At least for now… because I really miss them. Thank you very much, I will give the cocoa butter a try! :)

  3. Candace says:

    so i made the lip balm this afternoon. found the directions a little confusing and thought you might like to clarify. the directions don’t say where to add the shea butter or honey. i added the shea butter into the glass to melt but waited on the honey and it didn’t dissolve very well. like the recipe though. thanks!

  4. Fatima says:

    Hi! I was just about to start this recipe (and was super super excited to do it) but I just realised that the method is incomplete! :(
    I’ve never made lip balms before so i’ll wait until you post the full thing ;)

    Thanks!

  5. […] Heal your lips with Honey Lavender Lip Balm […]

  6. […] 7. Lavender Honey Lip Balm: This lip balm can be be helpful in treating chapped skin and nourishes your lips. Lavender and frankincense calm and nourish your skin. And the honey makes it delicious, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory. Since lavender also helps treat cold sores, you can either use the stick or drop lavender on neat at the first sign of a cold sore. […]

  7. Allysa Meyer says:

    I just made these and they turned out great! I used lemon oil instead of the lavender and frank. I love the frank but my husband not so much. the honey and lemon are a great combo!

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