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Candy Shop Perfume Stick

I love going to little Mom & Pop Specialty Shops. I remember on a vacation with my parents when I was about 7 we visited a cooking store. One portion of this shop was dedicated just to candies and chocolates. There were hand dipped chocolates, truffles, rock candy, gummies, gum and other things I had never dreamed of. It was like it had been created by Roald Dahl. It reminded me of the candy shop in the book, The Giraffe, the Pelly and Me. My copy of that book is old, stained, creased and well loved. Come join me as I make a perfume that smells just like Billy’s shop. I promise you won’t want to miss out on this one!When making this perfume stick, I knew I would be adding so much fragrance oil, it would make the Lip Solutions softer. So I added some beeswax to counter the softness that would occur from the high percentage of fragrance oil. If you were making a perfume stick for yourself, what fragrance would you use?

Needed Materials

Soy Butter Lip Solutions
Cotton Candy Fragrance Oil
Spiced Fig Fragrance Oil
Microwave Safe Container


Recipe in Grams
2268 grams Soy Butter Lip Solutions
337 grams Beeswax
186 grams Cotton Candy Fragrance Oil
74 grams Spiced Fig Fragrance Oil
Recipe in Ounces
80 oz Soy Butter Lip Solutions
11.9 oz Beeswax
6.56 oz Cotton Candy Fragrance Oil
2.62 oz Spiced Fig Fragrance Oil
Recipe in Percentages
79% Soy Butter Lip Solutions
12% Beeswax
6% Cotton Candy Fragrance Oil
3% Spiced Fig Fragrance Oil

Weigh everything except the fragrance oils into a microwave safe container. Heat gently until everything is liquid. Stir well. Add the fragrance oils to the melted oils. Pour the solution into tubes. Allow to cool. Cap and label. Enjoy!


Finished Perfume Stick

Soy Lip Solutions

Melted Lip Solutions

Adding Beeswax

Weighing Fragrance Oil

Adding Fragrance Oil to melted oils

Pouring perfume into a lip balm filling tray

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