This lovely lip chap is so nourishing, and smells good enough to eat!
Shelf Life: 1 year
Benefits: We added honey to this recipe because it’s a humectant, which means it actually pulls moisture from the air and seals it into your skin!
It’s also very soothing, making it great for chapped lips. Shea butter is ultra hydrating, has an SPF of 6, and contains vitamins A, E, and F, which are great for your skin.
Beeswax is anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and full of antioxidants, making it great for soothing cracked lips. It also creates a barrier, protecting your lips from the elements, like cold dry winter air.
Tips and Tricks: Sub coconut oil for carrier oil of choice, sub shea butter for butter of choice, and sub vanilla extract for essential oil of choice.
Level of Difficulty: Medium Yields: 1.5 oz.Print
When it comes to your lips, you don’t want to put just anything on your lips especially when they are chapped. Try to make your own honey vanilla lip balm with this recipe.
- 1 tbsp coconut oil
- 1 tbsp shea butter
- 2 tsp raw honey
- 1 tsp beeswax pastilles (or grated beeswax)
- 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
- 1/4 tsp vitamin E oil (optional)
Tools & Supplies
- Double boiler (or a pot and metal bowl)
- Measuring spoons
- Sanitized metal tins or lip chap tube
- Use a double boiler or create one by filling a pot with water and placing your metal bowl over the pot.
- Add coconut oil, shea butter, and beeswax into the boiler and stir until all of the ingredients have melted down.
- Remove the bowl from the pot and set aside to let the mixture cool for 5-10 minutes.
- While the mixture is still warm add raw honey, vanilla extract, and vitamin E oil. Stir to combine.
- Scoop into metal tins or lip chap tubes and set aside to cool.
- Prep Time: 15 minutes
- Category: natural facial recipes
Keywords: diy lip balm, chapped lips
No more chapped lips with this all natural lip chap!
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