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Shea Butter Lip Scrub

I love lip scrubs! They are my favorite way to pamper myself and so easy to make. If you don’t believe me, our blog now has 8 recipes for lip scrubs! Because lip scrubs are so fast and easy to make, I decided to show that you don’t need lots of ingredients to make these lip scrubs. Let’s go check out the ingredients I chose for this recipe!Sugar: To have a lip scrub, one must use an exfoliant and sugar is the kinder exfoliant to the lips. (Salt can sting if you have chapped lips.)

Shea Butter: I wanted to use Shea Butter to give the lip scrub a cream feel as well as a low odor impact on the finished product.

Peach Kernel Oil: I chose Peach Kernel Oil for this lip scrub for the light feel it has as I didn’t want any lips to feel like there were heavy weights on them!

Vitamin E Acetate: I wanted to extend the shelf life of this product by slowing the oxidation process. Vitamin E Acetate was my first choice!

I flavored this lip scrub with Natural Vanilla Oil and sweetened it with our Sugar Baby Flavor Oil. Trust me, it is fabulously yummy! Let’s go make some now!

Collect needed items:

Shea Butter
Peach Kernel Oil
Vitamin E Acetate
Natural Vanilla Oil
Sugar Baby Flavor Oil
Transfer Pipettes
Microwave safe container
Food Processor*See Notes*
10 mL Lip Balm Jars

Recipe: (Makes 100 grams or 3.53 ounces)

Recipe in ounces:
2.29 ounces Sugar
0.71 ounces Shea Butter
0.35 ounces Peach Kernel Oil
0.04 ounces Vitamin E Acetate
0.07 ounces Natural Vanilla Oil
0.07 ounces Sugar Baby Flavor Oil
Recipe in grams:
65 grams Sugar
20 grams Shea Butter
10 grams Peach Kernel Oil
1 grams Vitamin E Acetate
2 grams Natural Vanilla Oil
2 grams Sugar Baby Flavor Oil
Recipe in Percentages:
65% Sugar
20% Shea Butter
10% Peach Kernel Oil
1% Vitamin E Acetate
2% Natural Vanilla Oil
2% Sugar Baby Flavor Oil

Weigh all of the ingredients into the food processor bowl. Gently pulse the ingredients together until thoroughly mixed. Once the scrub is mixed together, fill the jars and cap.

If you want to make a small batch, you can easily use a small personal blender like I did for these photos. I used a food processor attachment for a stick blender.

How do I use this?:
I’ve been asked over the phone about how I use a lip scrub, so here is how I use a lip scrub. Scoop a pea sized amount out of the jar. Using your finger, rub the scrub over your lips. Don’t scrub too much, or you can irritate your lips. Now you can either wipe your lips off, or lick them! Apply a lip balm and now you have pampered your lips!

This simple lip scrub is very reminiscent of holiday baked goods and a perfectly sweet way to exfoliate your lips. I hope you enjoy this scrub as much as I do!


Finished lip scrub in sample jars.

Weighing ingredients.

Weighing ingredients in the food processor bowl.

The food processor attachment for our stick blender.

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