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Fresh Blueberry Lip Scrub


Finished Blueberry Lip Scrub

We are going to start out the day by making a Fresh Blueberry Lip Scrub. After making that delicious Fresh Blueberry Lip Balm I want to try the Blueberry Flavor Oil in a lip scrub. I think that often people underestimate a lip scrub. They are awesome! I always use a lip scrub when I am recovering from chapped lips. It’s very helpful in getting all the dead skin off my lips and leaves them feeling extra smooth. Plus, we have included Vitamin E Natural in this recipe which is super good for your skin!

This is the first time I have ever made a lip scrub so I am definitely inexperienced as a maker. On my first batch I melted the Mango Butter and Sunflower Oil together. Then I added my flavor oil, lip color, Vitamin E Natural, and the sugar. Once I got the finished product in the jar and it was set up I realized this product was way too hard and was near impossible to scoop out of the jar. I turned to my more experienced co-workers and said, “HELP!”

Weighing all ingredients except color and flavor oil

Weighing all ingredients except color and flavor oil

Tina advised me to try treating this recipe like an actual food recipe, I needed to cream my butter and sugar together. On my second time at it I weighed everything but the flavor and lip color into a chopper/grinder attachment for an immersion blender. I then blended until all the ingredients were completely mixed, then I added the Blueberry Flavor Oil and Blue Lip Color and again, blended until it was fully mixed.

Once it was finished I almost jumped for joy! IT WORKED! After using the chopper/grinder attachment I found that the lip scrub was nice and fluffy instead of being so condensed like it was the first time around. I am so excited that this lip scrub turned out okay because I love the flavor and I love the way it makes my lips feel.

Ingredients mixed together using immersion blender

Ingredients mixed together using immersion blender

I love to share this type of story with everyone because I want you to realize that you’re not the only one who makes mistakes. Yes, it sucks, but we all do it. So don’t be too hard on yourself!

Mango Butter
Sunflower Oil
Blueberry Flavor Oil
Blue Balm Lip Color
Immersion Blender
Chopper/Grinder Attachment


Recipe in Grams
65 grams Sugar
20 grams Mango Butter
11 grams Sunflower Oil
3.75 grams Blueberry Flavor Oil
Q.S. Blue Lip Balm color
Recipe in Ounces
2.29 ounces Sugar
0.71 ounces Mango Butter
0.39 ounces Sunflower Oil
0.13 ounces Blueberry Flavor Oil
Q.S. Blue Lip Balm color
Recipe in Percentages
65% Sugar
20% Mango Butter
11% Sunflower Oil
3.75% Blueberry Flavor Oil
Q.S. Blue Lip Balm color

Q.S. in this recipe stands for quantity sufficient. With all of our lip balm colors a little bit goes a long way! For this recipe I dipped the end of a toothpick into the lip balm color then stirred it around in my lip scrub. It turned out a beautiful blue color, like I said a little goes a long way.

To make this recipe you simply need to weigh together all of your ingredients and use either a food processor or immersion blender with a chopper/grinder attachment. Scoop into jars of your choice. Cap, label and enjoy!


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