Burt's Bees makes some of the most amazing, natural body care products, and one of their top selling products if of course their honey lip balm! Unfortunately, they CAN be a little pricey, so we've decided to do our best to make a copycat of Burt's Bees honey lip balm recipe. This honey lip balm recipe contains only natural ingredients and it's super easy to make. Best of all though, this will leave your lips super soft and kissable and you'll get to save a ton of money too!
Copycat Burt's Bees Honey Lip Balm Recipe
This recipe uses beeswax which is the most important ingredient in this recipe because it's a natural emulsifier and will also hold the solid shape of a lip balm. Beeswax also forms a natural barrier to prevent chapped lips and heal them too.
Organic coconut oil, raw liquid honey, and sunflower seed oil are the other ingredients used in this recipe. Coconut oil works as a deep hydrating agent, preventing against dryness and chapped lips. Raw liquid honey is an anti-septic as well as a cleanser, so if you have any cold sores or blemishes, it will eliminate them.
All in all, this lip balm recipe will run you about $0.75, whereas purchasing a Burt's Bees lip balm will cost you $5. Plus, you know exactly what goes into your lip balm so you can feel good about it!
- 4 tsp organic beeswax pellets
- 3 tsp organic coconut oil
- 1 tsp raw organic liquid honey
- 3 tsp organic sunflower seed oil
- 5 drops peppermint essential oil
- In a double boiler, melt the beeswax, oils, and honey on low heat.
- Once melted, take off the heat and whip using an electric mixer until liquid becomes frosty and the honey is well blended.
- If your mixture starts to harden while you're mixing, just transfer back into the double boiler until melted.
- Pour into containers or lip pots.
- Let cool for 2 hours until the mixture has hardened.
- Apply to lips as often as needed.
This honey lip balm recipe will make about 7 lip balm containers or 1.5 oz.
Lip balm has a shelf life of about 1 year.
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