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Bees wax Lip Balm

This looks like a really handy recipe. And we have plenty of bees wax.

In a Beekeepers Garden


This afternoon I made some peppermint lip balm ready for the colder weather. The recipe I used is as follows

2 teaspoons beeswax
2 tablespoons, sweet almond oil or coconut oil
5 drops essential oil (such as orange, lemon, grapefruit, tangerine, coconut or mint)
Melt the oil and beeswax together stir in essential oil and then transfer to a small containers.
If a thicker gloss is desired, increase the amount of beeswax. (Experiment with other additions such as baking chocolate, crushed peppermint candy, cocoa butter, vanilla bean, oil of cinnamon, oil of camphor or eucalyptus for soothing chapped lips, wheat germ oil, etc.

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8 comments on “Bees wax Lip Balm

  1. fiftytwofancies
    September 25, 2014

    Yum! Beeswax lip balm is the best.


  2. sheenmeem
    September 25, 2014

    I would like to try your recipe for lip balm. Please tell me from where can I get beeswax? Thank you.


    • lizard100
      September 26, 2014

      It depends a little where you are. You can get it on line from Neales yard or from bee keeper suppliers.


      • sheenmeem
        September 26, 2014

        Thank you for the information.


  3. Rambling Woods
    September 26, 2014

    I bought some recently from a local bee keeper…. I like it…no petroleum products


    • lizard100
      September 27, 2014

      I don’t use it at all but it’s good to have ideas for using the wax we have.


  4. ilovemyplot
    September 28, 2014

    Hi Just want to check out beeswax – are you using block beeswax to grate or beeswax pellets (they differ so the quantity will differ when making balms/salves etc). They look greet – thanks


    • lizard100
      September 28, 2014

      You’d need to refer to the original blog as it’s a reblog but we use wax from our hives which is neither pellet nor block but a big mashed pile.


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