Do you spend tons on store made lip balm? Are you concerned with what you put into your body? I know I am and such I have started to make my own Essential Oil Homemade Lip Balm. From my arsenal of essential oils, I have been looking for different ways to incorporate them more into my life. The benefits of essential oils are numerous and I am have made it my life’s mission to use them as much as I can for myself and my girls.
When you have a few oils hanging around you can make a variety of lip balms along with other products such as scrubs and bath bombs. Use one depending on what you need. I am really into lemongrass oil, it calls to my soul. Lemongrass makes me feel energized in the morning and puts a pep in my step.
More About Homemade Lip Balms
Eucalyptus or Peppermint oil in your lip balm will help with any stuffy nose our nauseating feeling for pregnant mamas. Hey, new Mama if you would like a FREE PREGNANCY JOURNAL GRAB IT HERE.
Try to remember that homemade products have a shorter shelf life than store-bought products. This is due to the lack of preservatives or additives for longevity. For more moisture, you can replace the beeswax with shea butter or mango butter.
Why Make Your O
wn Lip Balm
- Natural Ingredients
- Lip balm cost less to make than to purchase from store
- Create your own scents
- Fix targeted lip issues you may have
- Enriched to your specifications
How to Use Homemade Lip Balm
Homemade lip balms don’t have a long shelf life. After you make a batch monitor for any change of smell or texture then dispose of the spoiled item. Using lip balm should be apart of your daily beauty regime. Create a routine where you do your facial regime and add lip balm to go to bed. This will allow the ingredients to work overnight.
Coming down to the winter time, dry lips are a real bother. Swipe on liberally you lip balm and protect your chapped lips from breaking and causing major discomfort