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How to make a natural lip balm?

How to make a natural lip balm?
How to make a natural lip balm?

No more sticking your finger in your eye until you reach the scapula: your dear babbles will never stop crumbling like a tree in the middle of November. Stop shearing the ice floe: removing your dead skin one by one will be of no use to you. What you need is a moisturizing and restorative lip balm. If you feel apathetic about getting one at the convenience store in your neighborhood, Lucette recommends that you do the following to develop your own lip moisturizer.

Homemade Lipbalm: The Recipe
Step 1
In a small pot, mix a ration of beeswax with two 100% shea butter rations, such as Végéta Organic Shea Butter from Aroma-Zone, depending on how much lip balm you want to make.

Step 2
Melt the mixture over low heat, and stir to combine the two ingredients. Then leave on the fire until the preparation becomes liquid.

Step 3
Pour the mixture into a previously cleaned container. Let cool, then close your container with a lid.
If you want, you can add a few drops of coloring and food flavors to flavor and tint your homemade lip balm.

With your patches – clean, please! – take some product, and apply it to your chapped lips, to give them a second life.
However, be careful not to keep this balm for more than six months, if you don’t want an entire ecosystem to start developing there!

What you need is a moisturizing and restorative lip balm. If you feel apathetic about getting one at the convenience store in your neighborhood, Lucette recommends that you do the following to develop your own lip moisturizer.

Homemade Lipbalm: The Recipe

Step 1

In a small pot, mix a ration of beeswax with two 100% shea butter rations, such as Végéta Organic Shea Butter from Aroma-Zone, depending on how much lip balm you want to make.

Step 2

Melt the mixture over low heat, and stir to combine the two ingredients. Then leave on the fire until the preparation becomes liquid.

Step 3

Pour the mixture into a previously cleaned container. Let cool, then close your container with a lid.
If you want, you can add a few drops of coloring and food flavors to flavor and tint your homemade lip balm.

With your patches – clean, please! – take some product, and apply it to your chapped lips, to give them a second life.
However, be careful not to keep this balm for more than six months, if you don’t want an entire ecosystem to start developing there!

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