Why do I call this a salve and chapstick? Because not only can you apply this on your lips, but you can apply it on all areas of the body. I personally enjoy this recipe for my lips, as a hand cream, for eczema spots, and on my aged skin. Oh, and I have also used it on baby’s bum. I keep various tubes with specific labels on them around the house. My children each keep a tube with them at all times.
- lip balm tubes (approximately 25)
- lip balm filling tray
- 2 cup glass measuring cup
- naturally-refined shea butter
- organic coconut oil
- grapeseed oil
- essential oils of choice (Frankincense and Lavender for skin properties mentioned above)
Ingredients (Yields approx 25 tubes)
- 1/4 cup beeswax (a local wax would be best, but any will work)
- 1/4 cup grapeseed oil
- 1/8 cup naturally-refined shea butter
- 1/3 cup organic coconut oil
- 35 drops Young Living Lavender Essential Oil
- 35 drops Young Living Frankincense Essential Oil
- Pop lip balm tubes into lip balm filling trays
- Melt the first four ingredients together in the glass measuring cup on a double boiler. To preserve the properties of the materials, do not allow materials to go above 170 degrees.
- Stir in essential oils with a spoon
- Pour liquid into tubes (attached to filling trays)
- Allow liquid to cool for 1 hour
- Scrape excess off tube tray and put in additional container.
- Pop out trays, apply lids, and label
The shelf life of this product is approximately 1 year.
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This recipe is based on my own experience and decade-long research in the field of integrative health. This recipe has not been evaluated by the FDA. It is not intended to cure, treat, or diagnose any disease.