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Blueberry Week Day 5 - Blueberry Lip Balm

Blueberry Week Day 5 - Blueberry Lip Balm

Alright folks, this is it, the last day of Blueberry Week. I’ve been having so much making all these recipes and I’m a little sad that it’s almost over!

Finished Blueberry Lip Balm

For our last recipe, I wanted to share a Blueberry Lip Balm. Shea Butter is one of my absolute favorite ingredients to add to a lip balm it gives it a smooth and silky texture. Peach Kernel Oil also provides any lip balm with a very smooth velvety texture. So the combination of these two is AMAZING!

Naturally, I chose to use our Blueberry Flavor Oil. I am also adding just a teensy bit of Sugar Baby Flavor Oil to sweeten the lip balm and really make the blueberry flavor pop. Come join me in the blog kitchen for some lip balm making fun!

Collect Needed Items:

Light Beeswax
Castor Oil
Deodorized Cocoa Butter
Sunflower Oil
Shea Butter
Blueberry Flavor Oil
Sugar Baby Flavor Oil
Blue Lip Balm Color, Oil Soluble
Microwave Safe Container
Lip Balm Tubes
Lip Balm Filling Tray


Recipe in Ounces
0.7 oz Light Beeswax
0.35 oz Castor Oil
0.88 oz Sunflower Oil
0.53 oz Deodorized Cocoa Butter
0.95 oz Shea Butter
0.07 oz Blueberry Flavor Oil
0.03 oz Sugar Baby Flavor Oil
Q.S. Blue Lip Balm Color, Oil Soluble
Recipe in Grams
20 grams Light Beeswax
10 grams Castor Oil
25 grams Sunflower Oil
15 grams Deodorized Cocoa Butter
27 grams Shea Butter
2 grams Blueberry Flavor Oil
1 grams Sugar Baby Flavor Oil
Q.S. Blue Lip Balm Color, Oil Soluble
Recipe in Percentages
20% Light Beeswax
10% Castor Oil
25% Sunflower Oil
15% Deodorized Cocoa Butter
27% Shea Butter
2% Blueberry Flavor Oil
1% Sugar Baby Flavor Oil
Q.S. Blue Lip Balm Color, Oil Soluble

Weighing out the ingredients

After heating the oils

The Blueberry Lip Balm in the filling tray

For this lip balm, the first step is to weigh out everything except for the flavors and lip color. Microwave it in short bursts, stirring frequently. Once everything is melted and mixed together, you can then add the Blueberry and Sugar Baby Flavor Oils, and Blue Lip Balm Color.

For the lip color, I like to use a toothpick and just ever so slightly dip it into the color and then swirl the toothpick through the melted oils. You will be amazed by how such a small amount can really change the color of the lip balm. I wanted this lip balm to have just a slight blue tint to it, but not enough to make your lips turn blue!

I am going to make a big batch of this lip balm and send it over to shipping, so if you want a sample, please let us know in the comments section of your next order. I don’t expect these lip balms to last for very long in our shipping department!!


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