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Want To Know Why We're Crushing On Decadent Banana Cream?

Want To Know Why We're Crushing On Decadent Banana Cream?

Banana cream puddings and pies are delicious creations, but, OH! The calories! Slide some of this mmm-mmm-good Banana Cream Lip Balm over your kisser and enjoy the iconic dessert with zero chance of it blowing your New Year’s resolutions.

Banana Flavor Oil is sweet and more like candy than banana baked goods. You won’t even require a sweetener to make it fabulous!

Vanilla Banilla is the real deal – only vanilla, with nothing else. It’s perfect for blending with nearly any other flavor, yet it’s dynamite on its own.

For our samples, we’ve added the two flavors to Lanolin Lip Solutions. There are several different Lip Solutions available in our catalog. Check them all out here.

Lanolin has extreme moisturizing properties for skin, so it’s natural to use in a lip balm. Your lips will thank you, no matter the season

To make your life super easy, get a filling tray for whatever size tube you plan to use. I am so good at bumping into things and knocking over stuff that I won’t even attempt to fill lip balm tubes without the tray. You’ll find trays to fit every size tube here.

There are a lot of other container options. One small jar of Lip Solutions will fill approximately
55 Lip Balm Tubes
35 Size 33 mm Lip Jars
60 Baby Lip Balm Jars
28 Slider Tins


Here’s your short list of supplies and equipment needed to make this delicious and super moisturizing lip balm. (Hint: One jar of Lip Solutions will fill approximately 55 regular-size lip balm tubes.)


Lanolin Lip Solutions
Banana Flavor Oil
Vanilla Banilla Flavor Oil


Transfer Pipettes
Lip Balm Tubes and Caps
Lip Balm Filling Tray


For 50 Lip Balm Tubes

10.61 ounces Lanolin Lip Solutions (1 jar)
0.21 ounce Banana Flavor Oil
0.21 ounce Vanilla Banilla Flavor Oil


96% Lanolin Lip Solutions
2% Banana Flavor Oil
2% Vanilla Banilla Flavor Oil


Heat the Lip Solutions right inside the jar, either using shorts bursts of time in the microwave or put the jar in a saucepan filled with hot water and a rack on the bottom and heat gently on the stovetop.

When the lip balm is fully liquid, remove from heat and stir in the flavor.

Check out this fantastic pictorial tutorial on the best way to fill lip balm tubes using the tray.

This lip balm has caused some major cravings here, so if you see my husband grabbing bananas and Nilla Wafers at the grocery store, you’ll know exactly why! Enjoy!

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