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Sep
25

Halloween Lip Gloss Recipe


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Halloween Lip Gloss Recipe

Between the scary thrills of haunted houses, fun costumes, and the sweet candy from trick-or-treating, this month is just full of sweet treats and thrilling frights. If you love everything about Halloween and are looking for a fun craft for the month of October, then the Halloween Lip Gloss Recipe is a great cosmetic recipe for you! This lip balm recipe is an original creation from Natures Garden Candle and Soap Making Supplier. Plus, this recipe is a fun an easy cosmetic recipe that is perfect wearing all month long. Not only is this recipe fun for the holiday, but the recipe uses ingredients that are fantastic for lip care recipes. This dark cosmetic lip balm is created with fantastic cosmetic oils and herbs that care for your lips, as well. Anyone that is interested in creating this lip balm recipe can find everything they need to know in the cosmetic beauty blog below. So, let’s get into the fun part of this lip care recipe.

Halloween Lip Gloss Recipe: History of Halloween Colors

Halloween is a fun tradition that is just full of orange pumpkins, black cats, spooky costumes, and trick-or-treating. But, have you ever thought to question how these Halloween traditions came to be a part of our tradition? Well this holiday came from the ancient festival of Samhain, which is an ancient Celtic tradition that took place on November first. During this celebration the Celtic people would light bonfires and use costumes to ward off ghosts. Later, Pope Gregory III used this same day to honor the saints and incorporated some of these Celtic traditions. Eventually, the night before, or Hallows Eve, is known to be the night of spirits and trickery. If you want to learn more about the origins of this holiday, then you may want to check out what the History Channel has to say about the Ancient Origins of Halloween.

Halloween Lip Gloss Recipe: Ingredients Available From Natures Garden

Beeswax White Pastilles
Pumpkin Seed Oil
Jojoba Oil
Vitamin E Oil (Tocopherol T-50)Natural
Kiss of Death Flavoring Oil
Activated Charcoal Powder
Disposable Pipettes
10 ml Clear Jars with Clear Lids
Natures Garden Soap Apron
Safety Gloves
Safety Mask

Halloween Lip Gloss Recipe: Other Necessary Ingredients and Equipment

Scale (It will need to measure both ounces and grams)
Mixing Bowl
Pots (You will need two pots to create double boiler)
Mixing Spoon
Gloves
Hair Net
Protective Clothing

Halloween Lip Gloss Recipe: Total Weights and Amounts

1/2 ounce of the White Beeswax Pastilles
3 ounces of the Pumpkin Seed Oil
1 ounce of the Jojoba Oil
4 grams of the Vitamin E Oil
1 ml of the Kiss of Death Flavor Oil
1 gram of the Activated Charcoal

Halloween Lip Gloss Recipe: Prepare and Sanitize

Before you go on to prepare your very own spooky lip care products, you will want to make a few quick preparations to make this process fun and avoid complications. First, you will want to clear and sanitize an area of space that you can use as a work area. Additionally, you will want to gather all of the needed lip balm making supplies, which includes the cosmetic ingredients and crafting equipment. Further, we would suggest that you wear gloves, a hair net, and some protective clothing during the preparation of this lip balm recipe. Next, you will want to clean all of the equipment needed for this recipe, as it will make sure your products are clean and your process goes quickly. Now, you ready to create this fun lip care recipe!

Halloween Lip Gloss Recipe: Creating a Double Boiler

If you know how to create your double boiler, then you can move on to the next tape in this process. However, anyone that needs to learn a bit about this process can follow these easy steps. First, you will need to take a medium sized pot and add about an inch or two of water. Now, you will need to boil the water. Once the water is boiling, you will need to place a smaller pot into the water of the medium pot. Make sure that the water in the medium pot won’t overflow into the smaller pot. This water could potentially ruin the ingredients, as the inner pot will hold the ingredients and allow you to heat your cosmetic ingredients without scorching. So, you are now ready to create this lovely lip gloss recipe!

Halloween Lip Gloss Recipe: Melt Cosmetic Wax and OilsHalloween Lip Gloss Recipe: Melt Cosmetic Wax and Oils

First, you are going to need to prepare your first few nourishing lip care ingredients. So, retrieve your craft scale and measure out the cosmetic oils and cosmetic grade beeswax. You will need to measure out a half ounce of beeswax. The beeswax helps to hold the cosmetic recipe together and provide a bit of integrity to the lip care product. So, your finished lip gloss will remain in solid form with all of the silky, moisturizing oils.

Two of the cosmetic oils that you will need are the pumpkin seed oil and the jojoba oil, So, you will need three ounces of the pumpkin seed oil. This cosmetic oil is perfect for providing a glossy sheen and nourishing your lips. If you want to learn more about this nourishing ingredient, then you may want to check out our previous blog on Pumpkin Seed Oil Benefits! This blog goes more in depth about the benefits of this oil for the body. Also, you will need to use one ounce of the jojoba oil, which is a fantastic for nourishing and caring for your lips. Now, you are going to need to melt the beeswax. So, add these three ingredients to your double boiler. Make sure that you mix these ingredients occasionally to prevent scotching. Once these cosmetic ingredients have completely melted you can remove the mixture from heat.

Halloween Lip Gloss Recipe: Include the Herb and a Cosmetic OilHalloween Lip Gloss Recipe: Include the Herb and a Cosmetic Oil

Next, you will be ready to add a few more cosmetic ingredients to this mixture. Since the white beeswax pastilles are completely melted, you are ready to add these next two ingredients for this recipe.  So, you will be able to add in one gram of the activated charcoal cosmetic herb. This cosmetic herb is what gives this lip gloss its color. Further, activated charcoal is a fantastic and is often used to detoxify and cleanse your body naturally. Also, you will need to add four grams of vitamin E oil into the mixture. This cosmetic oil has some benefits for the lips. Not only does this cosmetic oil nourish the skin, but it will help to protect the skin from environmental factors. So, this cosmetic oil can be useful for providing some protection to your lips from the UV rays of the sun.

After you measure out and include all of these cosmetic ingredients you will need to mix everything together. Once both of these two lip balm making ingredients are thoroughly mixed you can move on to the next part of this process. This is going to be is adding the yummy flavoring!

Halloween Lip Gloss Recipe: Add the Lip Balm FlavoringHalloween Lip Gloss Recipe: Add the Lip Balm Flavoring

Next, you are ready to add in the lip balm flavor. So, you will need to include one millimeter of the Kiss of Death Flavor Oil. You can use a disposable pipette to measure out this amount of flavoring. Then, you can include it into your mixture. This scrumptiously fruit flavoring oil is full of childhood nostalgia, as it is reminiscent of the sweet taste of fruit punch. So, this fantastic flavor oil is perfect for creating delicious lip balm recipes. After you incorporate this yummy flavor oil into your melted lip gloss mixture, you can move on to the last step.

Halloween Lip Gloss Recipe: Packaging the Lip BalmHalloween Lip Gloss Recipe: Packaging the Lip Balm

Finally, you are ready to package your cosmetic recipe. So, you are going to need to gather your containers and packaging supplies. You will need about eight lip balm pots in total. First, you will want to remove each of the caps from your lip balm containers. Also, it will be helpful to line up the wholesale lip balm pots. Now, you can begin to fill each one of your clear jars with your finished lip balm mixture.

There are a few different ways that you can fill your lip balm pots. One method that you can use to fill your wholesale lip balm pots is scooping the mixture into the lip balm pots. So, you can use a spoon to fill each of the lip balm containers. A different method that you can use to fill these lip balm pots is the disposable pipettes. Try to move quickly, as you will need to package all of your lip balm before it solidifies in the bowl. This is especially important for those using the disposable pipette method as the pipette can get clogged. 

Halloween Lip Gloss Recipe: Using Your Lip Balm

Now, all you need to do is wait for the lip gloss to set up. After the lip gloss has completely solidified, you can move and finish packaging the clear jars. Now, you are ready to use your black Halloween lip care product! Just like any other great lip gloss, this cosmetic recipe will provide a lovely glossy shine and moisturize your lips. In fact, this lip gloss is one of the best products we have ever put on our lips! Plus, this is perfect to use on its own or you can even put your lip gloss on top of a lovely lip stick. Although this lip care recipe will provide a glossy appearance, it will not actually make your lips a black color. Once you are ready, you can finish up the packaging for your lip balm pots by adding the lids to your pet plastic jars wholesale.

Halloween Lip Gloss Recipe: More Fun Halloween Make Up Ideas

This time of year is perfect for making everything fun and spooky. Although this finished lip balm recipe will not color your lips black, it is a fun lip gloss that you can add to the top of a fresh coat of black lip stick. So, adding this cosmetic lip balm to your daily make up can be even more fun! If you are interested in seeing even more fun Halloween make up, then you will love the 30 Amazing DIY Halloween Makeup Tutorials That Will Make You The Hit Of The Party article by DIY & Crafts. This article shares all  kinds of fantastic Halloween ideas that you can use to  have a fun and creative costume this year!

Halloween Lip Gloss Recipe: Ask Us Your QuestionsHalloween Lip Gloss Recipe: Ask Us Your Questions

If you have any more questions about this cosmetic lip balm recipe or any other homemade recipes, then feel free to reach out to us and ask your questions! We are always available to answer any questions for you. You can reach out to us on the phone, in the store, or even online. If you reach out online, then you may want to consider checking out our social media pages. Social media is a quick and easy way to reach out and get an answer to your important questions! First, you can find us on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can use our handle @ngscents to find us on both Twitter and Instagram. Further, you can use these platforms to connect with other crafters as well as share your own creations. We wish you the best with your bath and body creations and hope to hear from you all very soon!

Halloween Lip Gloss Recipe: Our Free Recipe Disclaimer

Natures Garden is not responsible for the performance of any of the recipes provided on our website. The testing of these products is the customer’s responsibility. If you plan to resell any recipes we provide, It is your responsibility as the customer to adhere to all of the FDA regulations. If there are any ingredients listed in a recipe that Natures Garden does not sell, we cannot offer any advice on where to purchase those ingredients.

Jun
04

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm


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What Can I Use to Flavor Lip BalmWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm

A common question to come up when creating a lip balm recipe is “What can I use to flavor lip balm?” There are so many choices that sometimes it is hard to decide! You can go with scrumptious flavoring oils, essential oils, or certain foods. It all depends on what you are trying to make. Some people prefer to go the simple, natural route with specific food ingredients or essential oils. Other people like to go with the yummy and complex flavorings. No matter what your style is we have some options for you!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Flavor Oils

First, we have our flavoring oils! These are all of the flavorings that we had formulated specifically for lip balm. So, check out our flavor oils and find your favorite.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Black Cherry BOOM FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Black Cherry BOOM Flavoring

If you like the taste of freshly ripened black cherries, then this is the perfect flavoring for you. Our Black Cherry BOOM Flavoring oil has a bold cherry aroma that will have your mouth watering.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Blue Raspberry Slushie FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Blue Raspberry Slushie Flavoring

Next, we have the scrumptious Blue Raspberry Slushie Flavoring. This flavor oil has an aroma that is exactly like blue raspberry slushies you can get from the theatre!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Flavoring-BubblegumWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Bubble Gum Flavoring

Also, we have a flavor oil that is perfect for lovers of bubblegum. Our sweet Bubblegum Flavoring has a delicious aroma of bright, juicy bubblegum that is perfect for lip balm.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Buttercream Cupcake FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Buttercream Cupcake Flavoring

Another yummy flavor to try is the Buttercream Cupcake Flavoring. This one will transport you straight to the bakery with its inviting aroma of delicious buttercream and light fluffy vanilla cupcake.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Chocolate Bon Bons FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Chocolate Bon Bons Flavoring

The Chocolate Bon Bons Flavoring is perfect for dessert lovers. This flavor oil has a rich, creamy aroma of chocolate fudge bon bons. Yum! If you want to use this in a recipe, then take a look at our Brown Sugar Lip Scrub Recipe.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Coconut FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Coconut Flavoring

Another great flavoring that you can use in lip balm is the Coconut Flavoring. This aroma is a perfect summer scent with its fresh coconut aroma, which was perfect for our Crazy for Coconuts Lip Balm Recipe.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Cotton Candy FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Cotton Candy Flavoring

Next, we have a scent that is delicious and reminiscent of when the fair would come into town. The Cotton Candy Flavoring is true and worked beautifully in our Cotton Candy Lip Balm Recipe.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Creme Brulee FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Creme Brulee Flavoring

Also, you can use the sweet scent of the Creme Brulee Flavoring, which makes a scrumptious addition to your lip balm recipes. This flavor is exactly like a rich and creamy creme brulee!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: French Vanilla FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: French Vanilla Flavoring

Plus, we have a wonderful flavor oil for anyone that enjoys vanilla. Our French Vanilla Flavoring has an aroma of a sweet, creamy French vanilla that has rich notes that are hard to pass up.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Frozen Margarita FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Frozen Margarita Flavoring

Another great idea for lip balm is a Margarita flavored lip balm! The delicious Frozen Margarita Flavoring tastes like a lime margarita that will have your mouth watering. Great for cute party favors if you are looking for simple bachelorette party ideas!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Green Apple Blast FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Green Apple Blast Flavoring

Our Green Apple Blast Flavoring is a scrumptious scent that is perfect for lovers of green apples. This flavoring has an aroma of tart green apples, but it has an extra blast of delicious goodness. Such a wonderful flavoring for lip balm!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Guava Flavoring OilWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Guava Flavoring Oil

If you prefer something more exotic, then the Guava Flavoring Oil may be for you! This tasty flavoring oil has the scent of a freshly ripened guava fruit.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Horchatta (Cinnamon Rolls) FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Horchatta (Cinnamon Rolls) Flavoring

This next flavor oil is perfect if you like cinnamon rolls. The Horchatta Flavoring was originally created to smell like rich, spicy Mexican rice pudding. But, it smells just like cinnamon rolls to us. So, you can use this flavor for a few different dessert themes.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Juicy Orange FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Juicy Orange Flavoring

Also, you may want to try the Juicy Orange Flavoring in your homemade lip balm.  This deliriously fresh orange aroma was used in our Super Easy Lip Gloss Recipe. Tastes just like fresh squeezed orange juice!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Juicy Watermelon Flavoring What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Juicy Watermelon Flavoring

Our Juicy Watermelon Flavoring is a great one to use in diy lip balm, especially if you like the sweet taste of a juicy watermelon. This flavor is just like biting into a piece of a freshly cut watermelon.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Kiss of Death FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Kiss of Death Flavoring

Plus, you can create lip balm using the Kiss of Death Flavoring. While this flavoring oil sounds complex and seduction, it’s actually sweet and delicious! It tastes almost just like Hawaiian Fruit Punch!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Mango FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Mango Flavoring

Another great fruit flavor that you can add to your lip balm recipes if the Mango Flavoring. This flavoring is sweet, tropical, and delicious just like a real mango.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Monkey Farts Fragrance OilWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Monkey Farts Fragrance Oil

Our Monkey Farts Flavoring is a blend of fruits and sweet notes that create a delicious combination. The flavor uses notes of fresh bananas, juicy grapefruit, kiwi, juicy bubblegum, and strawberries. Plus, this flavor has a sweet hint of vanilla.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Rootbeer FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Rootbeer Flavoring

A unique and tasty option that you have for your lip balm is the Rootbeer Flavoring. This scrumptious drink scent is perfect for anyone that loves this sweet, foamy beverage

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Strawberry Cheesecake FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Strawberry Cheesecake Flavoring

If you are looking for a scrumptious dessert flavor, then try Strawberry Cheesecake Flavoring in your homemade lip balm! This flavor oil has rich, creamy notes of cheesecake with sweet strawberry topping.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Strawberry Sorbet FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Strawberry Sorbet Flavoring

Another great flavoring that you can use in your lip balm is the Strawberry Sorbet Flavoring. This delicious flavoring was perfect for recipes like the Vegan Silky Lip Balm Recipe. Further, we have a complete kit for this recipe that comes with printed instructions, packaging supplies, and all of the ingredients that you will need!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Tropical Paradise FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Tropical Paradise Flavoring

Next, we have an exotic scent that is perfect for summer. Our Tropical Paradise Flavoring is a paradise of delicious tropical fruits, like coconut, pineapple, goji berries, dragon fruit, star fruit, papaya, mango, and kumquat.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Vanilla Bean FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Vanilla Bean Flavoring

Lastly, we have the aroma of sweet vanilla beans that is perfect for lip balm. The Vanilla Bean Flavoring was perfectly balanced with the raw honey in our Honey Vanilla Lip Balm Recipe to create lip care that was tasty and moisturizing.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Essential Oils

While some essential oils are fine to put into lip balm, others are not. Just like how some plants in nature are poisonous to eat, some essential oils can’t be eaten. You can use the IFRA sheet to determine how much is safely allowed in lip balm, as it is category 1. But, we find that a good rule is that if it allows for less than 1% then you may not want to have it on your lips even if IFRA technically allows it. Also, you may personally have an allergy to the essential oil. So, you may want to do a test patch on a small area of skin to see whether you are sensitive.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Lavender Essential OilWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Lavender Essential Oil

First, we can use the Lavender Essential Oil. This lovely essential oil has a sweet, fruity aroma that is absolutely scrumptious. Plus, the IFRA sheet says that you can include up to 5% of this ingredient in your lip balm recipes. So, you can use this oil, like we did with out White Chocolate Lavender Lip Balm Recipe, to naturally flavor your lip balm recipe!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Peppermint Essential OilWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Peppermint Essential Oil

Another idea for flavoring is the cool and refreshing Peppermint Essential Oil. This delightful oil is perfect for adding some mint freshness to your lip care products. If you are interested in using this flavor oil, then you may want to know that IFRA states that a maximum of 5% can be used for your lip products.

If you want to find more essential oils that you can use, then check out the Essential Oils page on our website! You can find out which are body safe and their usage rate there!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: How to Sweeten Your Lip Balm

While flavoring oils are amazing, sometimes you just want to add a bit of extra sweetness. Not only can these sweeteners be added to enhance your flavoring oil, but these sweeteners can be used to naturally flavor lip balm all on its own! It’s all up to your and what you want from your lip balm.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: SteviaWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Stevia

First, we have Stevia Powder, which is a natural sweetener extracted from the Stevia plant of the Asteraceae family. This sweetener is often used as a cane sugar substitute because it is thought to have no calories and taste even sweeter than sugar. This added sweetness is especially useful for lip balm because we can get a sweet flavor without adding enough to be considered a lip scrub. While scrubs can be useful, you don’t want every lip balm to be gritty. Stevia is used to sweeten the lip balm.  This sweetness also enhances the flavor of the lip balm.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: HoneyWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Honey

Also, you can use a natural sweetener like honey. Not only will adding this ingredient sweeten your lip balm, but it has benefits for your lips as well. Honey is known for helping lock in moisture and protect your skin and lips. Plus, it can be used to help brighten your lips or even make them look bigger and more plump.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Dark Chocolate WafersWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Dark Chocolate Wafers

Another perfect additive for lip balm is chocolate. What could be better than the rich taste of dark chocolate in your homemade lip balm recipes? Absolutely nothing! Chocolate is delicious and perfect for anyone that wants to naturally flavor lip balm. Adding some Dark Chocolate Wafers to your recipe will provide a fantastic taste and help keep your lips feeling soft.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: History of Lip Balm

Lip balm is essential for keeping your lips moisturized and healthy, but it wasn’t always around. In fact, it was invented in the early 1880s by Dr. C.D. Fleet. But, this lip balm looked more like a wickless candle then what we see today. Further, flavored Chapstick wasn’t even an option until 1971! If you want to learn more about the history of lip balm or are curious about the history of Carmex, then check out The History of Chapstick – The History of Carmex by ThoughtCo.

Rainbow Zebra Print Soap RecipeWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Talk to Us at Natures Garden

We hope that you have a better idea of ingredients for you lip balm recipes. Whether you added these flavoring options to your recipes or created one of ours, we’re sure you will enjoy the finished product. If you have any questions or want to share your lip balm making experience, then feel free to reach out to us. An easy way to find us is on social media. We have a Facebook page. Also, we have a Twitter account and an Instagram account (@ngscents). Hope to hear from you soon!

Sep
09

Best Lip Balm


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Best Lip BalmBest Lip Balm

 

        Big hips and cracked lips we all know some of us have these types of problems.  While we can’t help with the big hips, we’ve got you covered with the lips.   Grab your coffee, it’s time to talk the best lip balm! Are you sick of all those store bought lip balms? Trying with no luck to find lip balms with more natural and organic ingredients? Maybe you’re just trying to find a cool and unique gift to give your friends and family? Or maybe you’re even looking for a fun favor for future parties? Well then you have most definitely come to the right place!

Here at Nature’s Garden, we have an awesome solution to your problems! We actually have kits for you to make your own lip balm! Great right?! Our lip balm base is 100% natural, and many of our ingredients are certified organic. On our home page, on the very top underneath Bath Supplies, select Bath and Body Kits. That will show you all of the bath and body kits we offer. (However, if you would like just the lip balm kits, type lip balm kits into our search bar on the top left corner of our site.) We have four different lip balm kits that you can choose from. There are so many different options of lip balm out there, our Lip Balm kits even include a vegan option for all you vegans out there! We also have Chocolate Avocado, and Strawberry Cheesecake! Who wouldn’t want Strawberry Cheesecake lip balm?! I mean that’s just totally awesome! Our kits will make everything as easy as possible for you, we even include complete directions in them! You also can go all through our site and purchase all of the products separately.

What if the recipes in the kits we offer don’t appeal to you? Well, on the bottom left hand side of our site, there is a Lip Balm Recipes option. (You can also type Lip Balm recipes into our search bar.) That will take you to many more recipe options for lip balm! Our newest addition is our Honey Vanilla Lip Balm! You should definitely try it out! We also offer a recipe for a lip balm made with our Monkey Farts flavoring. There is even a Chocolate Peppermint lip balm recipe!  And it gets even better! Not only do we offer lip balm recipes, we also offer recipes for lipsticks, lip gloss, and even sugar lip scrub!

Your friends and family will definitely love your homemade lip balms! They will be such a cool gift or future party favors! If it is your first time experimenting with lip balms, definitely purchase one of our kits with its complete directions. You will have so much fun with all the excitements of your lip balm that you will want to make it over and over again! Please don’t hesitate to contact us here at Nature’s Garden with any questions or concerns you may have. We are here to help you succeed! Keep posted for more Enlightened by Layla posts!

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Nov
26

Top 44 Lip Balm Blogs & Recipes


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Lip Balm blogs

If you spend as much money on lip balm as I do, then you’ll come to love making your own. If you’ve never tried the DIY approach, then I have the perfect post full of the best lip balm recipe blogs loaded with tutorials, how-to’s, and wonderful tips and tricks.

I decided to create a quality resource for readers looking for lip balm recipes, to offer them information with variety and plenty of information from what I have found to be some of the best lip balm recipe blogs online. I’m such a fan of these blogs, I’ve gone ahead and created badges so their visitors know they are one of the top lip balm blogs on the internet.  The order below is not in any particular order, so browse freely. Each blog will offer you something new to explore.Enjoy!

1. Christina – Christina refers to herself as a lip balm addict. Hey, we all have something! Although, Christina decides to use her addiction to better your lip balm investments by doing frequent reviews of what’s worth the splurge and what you should save your money on.

2. Lisa – Lisa walks you through the wonderful world of lip balms, from glosses to tints to DIY recipes with her blog. When this blogger isn’t busy reviewing her latest purchase, she’s probably updating one of her other dozen blogs, mostly focused on other lip balm related products. She is the artisan and chief formulator behind ForGoodnessGrape and The Lip Balm Queen and makes over 500 lip balms in every flavor and combination that you could possibly imagine to cater to fellow lip balm addicts worldwide.

3. Chaptastic.com – If you’ve ever found Chapstick in every pocket of your pants, every drawer in your house, and under any cushion on your couch, then you may have found the perfect site for your Chapstick affair. Determined to find the perfect tube of Chapstick, this blog revolves around reviews and products to help you find the brand you love.

4. Katie – Katie loves lip products, and cats, more than your average girl. This makes her wonderfully qualified to share her expert-ish insight on how to keep your lips radiant, using balms, butters, gloss, or stain.

5. PumpsAndGloss – This is a site of true variety. As the name suggests, topics are from pumps to lip gloss and everything in between for “the fabulous and sassy.” They’ll cover all of your favorite products and brands, and help you learn how to give your look a major update. Scroll through the feed and learn about the latest cosmetics, while reading an editor’s favorite review and learning how to clean your makeup brushes. A fabulous, one-stop-shop beauty blog.

6. BalmCollector.tumblr.com – A great, quick stop for short, to the point reviews on your favorite lip balms. From drugstores to high end, get the know on these products before you invest your money. An honest review, the investment, and what it might pair nicely with so you can keep your lips happy and healthy.

7. Val – Dry Lips is a wildly informative blog built on the well-traveled editor’s experience in the constant changes in the quality of her lips. From cold to dry climates, and low-to-high end products, Val will walk you through restoring the perfect condition to your puckers.

8. LipBalmAnonymous.com – Definitely an interesting twist on the lip balm blogs we’ve seen, this one actually suggestions that lip balm addiction is a serious, trending issue. A wildly informative intro video can be watched on their homepage, put together by journalism students. Not believing it? Read through some of their facts about drying agents put into popular brands like Carmex and you may lose your skepticism.

Our Favorite Lip Balm Recipes

1. Martha – Martha at The Beauty Junkee advises readers on what lip balms work for dry lips to pair with matte lipstick to stay crack-free, but more importantly, how to alleviate the problem of dry lips in the first place.

2. Rebecca – Rebecca from the Soap Deli News Blog shares a lip balm recipe that is perfect for birthday parties or even wedding favors. Made with all natural shea butter, cocoa butter, and mango butter, this recipe is highly customizable and can be made in under 30 minutes.

3. TheNerdyFarmWife.com – Learn how to use mint (fresh from the garden!) to infuse oil and turn it into lip balm. The Nerdy Farm Wife shares two lip balm recipes using this all-natural infusion technique.

4. Ashley – Ashley at Simply Designing shares an all-natural lip balm recipe in preparation for winter chapped lips. This recipe is fun, easy, and customizable making up to four containers of lip balm.

5. Jamie – This all-natural lip balm recipe uses herbs from your own backyard to add fragrance, natural oils, and a visual flourish. This recipe is perfect for a bridal shower, baby shower, or a fun girls’ night.

6. HowDoeShe.com – This homemade lip balm doubles as a lip stain for a stylish take on a chapped lip moisturizer using only two ingredients and just one minute of assemble time!

7. BeautyLish.com – Perfect for holiday gifts or combating winter chill, this lip balm recipe is full of peppermint goodness and you can even use a recycled Altoid container for the finished product.

8. Stephanie – Using honey in your lip balm is said to have anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-microbial properties, but Stephanie of Garden Therapy uses it because it simply makes a “darn good good lip balm.” She shares this all-natural hemp and honey lip balm recipe for happy lips.

9. Grit.com – This simple, all-natural lip balm uses beeswax (the most versatile and widely used of all bee byproducts) and ingredients that are probably already in your pantry.

10. MyMerryMessyLife.com – As the cold sets in, use this chemical-free lip balm recipe to soothe dry and chapped lips. Clove and orange make this lip balm an especially perfect gift for the holidays and only takes about 10 minutes to make.

11. Ashley Marie – Many lip balms you buy at the store contain chemicals that actually do damage to your skin and lips, which not only exposes your body to unnecessary toxins, but is also counterproductive to its entire purpose. Instead, Ashley Marie shows us how to make your own natural lip balm using this simple recipe.

12. Torie Jayne – Torie Jayne shares a homemade lip balm recipe that doesn’t sacrifice the sparkly fun from some of the store-bought varieties. She used this as a fun holiday gift for her family and friends, and along with the recipe even includes some free printable labels you can use to dress up your lip balm containers.

13. AromaHead – AromaHead offers this homemade lip balm recipe that is kid-friendly so they can participate in creating their favorite lip balm flavors (like chocolate and vanilla!). Based with all-natural infusions and wax, these homemade lip balms are soothing, fun, and last a long time.

14. Colleen – Colleen started making her own lip balm after noticing the rising prices of the chemically laden varieties found in stores and decided that she could make it herself. She shares her highly customizable lip balm recipe that her whole family uses and loves.

15. Andrea – Andrea from Frugally Sustainable has created a luscious strawberry lip balm with 100% organic flavoring and all-natural ingredients. The lip balm recipe will lock in moisture AND indulge your strawberry sweet tooth.

16. Lori – Women in Victorian times made their own tinted lip balms, so Lori of Our Heritage of Health has decided to take on the tradition by sharing a recipe following in our ancestors’ footsteps from an actual women’s magazine in the 1800s. And since chemicals were a foreign concept in the days of yore, you can be assured that this recipe is full of all-natural goodness.

17. CatsOnTheHomestead – If an effort to stay away from petroleum-based lip balms, synthetic dyes, and preservatives, Cats on the Homestead offers this natural wax and oil-based lip balm recipe as a basic structure to customize however you want.

18. HowToBePerfectWoman.com – Healthier and more effective than commercial lip balms, this basic recipe by How to Be Perfect Woman is easy and highly customizable.

19. Lindsey – After experimenting with making her own non-toxic sunscreen and bug repellent, Lindsey of Homemade Mommy decided it was time to try her hand at replacing her beloved commercial lip balm with a more natural homemade variety. Her chocolate mint lip balm recipe turned out to be much easier (and cheaper) than she expected, and best of all she can stock her entire house with a lip balm that is completely non-toxic.

20. APumpkingAndAPrincess.com – Shimmer, a pop of color, AND only two ingredients? A Pumpkin and a Princess shares this easy DIY lip balm which soothes and softens your lips and is princess approved.

21. Dawn – Dawn shares an easy, two-ingredient lip balm recipe using ingredients that you can probably find in your pantry. This recipe is fun and easy and Dawn even shares some printable labels to add to your finished lip balm tubes to decorate and give away as gifts to family and friends.

22. UntrainedHousewife.com – Untrained Housewife presents a lip balm recipe that is not only easy, but higher quality than many of the commercial lip balm options. Not only that, but this recipe allows you to create a lip balm with the texture, flavor, and coloring that works best for YOU.

23. VermontFarmHeart.com – Vermont Farm Heart claims an “addiction” to lip balm. She always grew up with a Chap Stick nearby, but now finds the process of making her own so easy that she has transitioned from the commercial to the homemade. Here she shares two varieties of lip balm recipes which are both basic and easy to tweak.

24. Dominique – Lip balms and lipsticks are generally the most used cosmetic item, so it only makes sense to make them yourself if you buy them on a regular basis anyway. Not only is it great for personal use, but you can make enough to sell on Etsy or other crafting sites. This recipe is simple and fun and can create some amazing results.

25. Jes – These coconut honeybee lip balms make excellent gifts for family and friends, plus the recipe is extremely easy and doesn’t require any fancy equipment to make. Jes also includes printable labels you can use for your own lip balm tubes at the end of her post.

26. SavvyBrown.com – Savvy Brown uses this two-ingredient lip balm recipe to soothe and prep her lips. This recipe is all-natural and can also be used as a cuticle moisturizer, a solid perfume, and even as a quick conditioner for dry hair.

27. AmazingHerbsAndOils.com – This DIY lip balm recipe can help heal and prevent cold sores naturally! Using lemon balm, which is a natural cold sore-fighting herb, this lip balm recipe is easy and effective.

28. Gabby – Gabby loves this lip balm recipe because it is packed with only natural ingredients (as opposed to her recently kicked habit of Victoria’s Secret lip gloss) and it truly soothes her lips against the Boston cold. This recipe is easy and cheaper than store-bought lip balms

29. Birkatchaverim.com – This kid-friendly lip balm recipe avoids the use of a stove or fire so that kids can more safely participate in making their own natural lip balm using beeswax, peppermint oil, and cocoa to create a fun activity with a delicious flavor.

30. Marina Marchese  – This simple recipe is the lip balm that all bee keepers should know and use. With all-natural beeswax, this lip balm is creamier than commercial lip balms and is easy to customize using your own preferred essential oils and natural fragrances.

31. Staci – This chocolate covered orange lip balm recipe evokes the scents of the season and is a great gift idea. This recipe also includes Vitamin E oil for additional skin healing properties as well as a natural preservative.

32. Kinsey Mhire – Kinsey shares four lip balm variations that are all-natural and make excellent gifts for family and friends: peppermint, honey and chamomile, lavender and vanilla, and chocolate.

33. Shaina Olmanson – Shaina gives two excellent lip balm recipes and breaks down the natural ingredients of each to explain why they help nourish your lips. She also provides a free printable label to decorate your own lip balm tubes with so you can gift them to family, friends, and secret admirers.

34. Kaylie – Kaylie posts about her chocolate peppermint lip balm recipe reminding us of delicious winter cocoa while keeping our lips moisturized and protected from the winter cold.

35. Erica – Erica created a fun activity to do with her kids by making their own home made lip balm out of all-natural ingredients. She shares the process as well as the three variations they made and even took the time to create custom labels for each of the containers.

36. Leslie – Leslie of Crunch Betty shares three DIY lip balm recipes which are easy and can be adjusted to meet your own customizations. Leslie even uses some of these recipes as an all-over body moisturizer.

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Lava Lamp Lip Gloss Recipe


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LAVA LAMP LIP GLOSS
Recipe makes 10+ Lava Lamp Lip Gloss Tubes
Create some groovy lip gloss that looks like a lava lamp!
What You Need:
INGREDIENTS:
2 drops Tomato Red Liquid FUN Soap Colorant which is clearly specified to be used for lip applications
The reason you can create a lava look in this lip gloss, is because the glycerin portion (polar portion) of the lip gloss will not mix with the oil base portion (non polar portion). When you turn the lip gloss upside down, these layers will not mix. If you will be selling this product, please label your product according to FDA regulations.
Directions:
1. Prepare your lava portion of your lip gloss:
A. Measure out 1/8 cup of vegetable glycerin
B. Add 2 drops of Tomato Red Liquid Fun Soap Colorant.
C. Stir well until color is evenly dispersed.
D. Fill your roller ball bottles ¼ of the way full of this lava mixture.
2. Prepare your Clear Flavored Lip Gloss portion of your lip gloss:
A. Measure out ¼ cup of Fractionated Coconut Oil
B. Add 2 ml. of Strawberry Cheesecake Flavoring Oil
C. Pour this mixture into your roller ball bottles. Be careful not to overfill or the roller ball will not fit into the bottle.
NOTE: When using lip colorants, they need to be cosmetic safe, and approved for lip use. Only some of Our Fun Soap Colorants will work in this recipe; you must read the specifics of each colorant before using in this recipe. Our upcoming lip tints will not work in this recipe because they are castor oil based, and it will ruin the lava affect of this product. Our soap dyes are not approved for lip use, and cannot be used.