How to make homemade lip balm right now? Everyone needs Lips care during this period. Winter, cold, snow and wind are enemies for our lips. We are here to help you to keep your lips and skin so they will be perfect and shining. Because Lips are extremely susceptible to drying out-much more so than other parts of our body, as they are always exposed to the elements and really have only a thin layer of skin to protect them. Certain lip balms do contain ingredients that feel good at first, but leave you with the need to put more on just an hour or 2 later as they dry up and leave your skin even drier. This is real problem that should be solved immediately. Here we suggest you 10 recipes and this homemade balm is designed to help seal in moisture and not just dry up and off, but actually sink into your lips. It also won’t leave a slick, exclusive barrier. Use with a homemade exfoliator to help slough off all the dead, dry and peeling off skin that comes along with rough chapped lips and reveal the softness underneath. Shine this winter and be perfect.

Coconut Rose Lip Balm

Top 10 DIY Protecting Lip Balm Recipes for This Winter

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The lip balm and scrub are made with 100% natural ingredients, including some from your backyard. Here is the recipe for perfect lips. You will need: 1/8 cup Coconut Oil, 1/4 cup Beeswax, 1/8 cup Shea Butter, 1 tsp Coconut or Vanilla Extract, 1/4 cup Rose Petals (fresh or dried), feel free to substitute a different flower or herb here and 1 tsp Sweet Almond Oil. This recipe makes enough for about 6 tubes or small containers.

DIY Lip Gloss

Top 10 DIY Protecting Lip Balm Recipes for This Winter

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There are endless recipes for all-natural lip balms and lip glosses out there. But we have chosen one like this. You will need: 1 part olive oil, 2 parts beeswax, 2 parts coconut oil and 2 parts sweet almond oil. So are you ready to make a couple batches of your own? Yes, just follow instructions properly.

Hemp and Honey

Top 10 DIY Protecting Lip Balm Recipes for This Winter

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This recipe is really wonderful and made a very moisturizing lip balm that feels silky and lasts a really long time, hours actually. You will need these ingredients: 15g beeswax, 1g carnauba wax, 10g cocoa butter, 5g shea butter, 20ml almond oil, 5ml hemp oil, 10ml manuka honey and 8 drops citrus essential oil. Perfect lip balm for this winter.

 Homemade Birthday Cake Lip Balm

Top 10 DIY Protecting Lip Balm Recipes for This Winter

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These little handcrafted lip balm pots are great for birthday parties and wedding favors and can be made in under thirty minutes. You will need: 1/4 oz. cocoa butter, 1/4 oz. shea butter, 1/4 oz. mango butter, 2 teaspoons fractionated coconut oil, 2 level Tablespoons beeswax pastilles or carnauba wax for a vegan alternative and 5 ml Buttercream Cupcake flavor oil. So why not make your own lip balm with the flavor?

Mint Chocolate Lip Balm

Top 10 DIY Protecting Lip Balm Recipes for This Winter

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Place all ingredients in a small heat-safe bowl and set aside. You will need these ingredients: 1 teaspoon coconut oil, 1 teaspoon pure almond oil, 1 teaspoon cocoa butter, 3-4 drops pure vitamin E oil, 1-2 drops pure peppermint extract and 3-4 semisweet chocolate chips. Note: The lip gloss should keep for up to two months.

 Sparkly Strawberry Lip Balm

Top 10 DIY Protecting Lip Balm Recipes for This Winter

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This lip balm is perfect idea for Christmas gift. Also you can make for your loved one or for best friends. It will not take much time and  will be shining and tasty. You will need:  2 tbsp beeswax pellets, 4 tbsp sunflower oil, strawberry flavour oil, Pink food paste, pipette, P1 address labels, Self adhesive clear film, solid colour washi tape, Mini deer mould, microwavable glass jug, lipstick shavings and edible glitter. Get these ingredients and start.

Peppermint Lip Balm

Top 10 DIY Protecting Lip Balm Recipes for This Winter

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Cold weather means chapped lips. Here is the solution! You will need following ingredients: 8 Drops peppermint oil, 2 Tbsp carrier oil such as almond oil, 1 Tbsp beeswax pellets, Glass dropper, Glass jar and container. Note: If you like your balm to be tinted, stir in your lipstick shavings until your desired color is achieved. Then immediately pour the mixture into your containers. Let stand for two hours until hard.

Swirled Lip Balm

Top 10 DIY Protecting Lip Balm Recipes for This Winter

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This recipe will show you how to add a little pizzazz to single colored lip balms. Choose your favorite colors and flavors to make your own lip balm. You will need: Spoons or butter knives for stirring, Rubber gloves, Glass measuring cups, Toothpicks, Digital Scale, Disposable pipettes, Mini-Melting Pot, Microwave, 0.25 oz Round Lip Balm Tins, Natural Lip Balm Base, French Vanilla Lip Balm Flavoring Oil, Lip Balm, Tint in Rose Blush, Lip Balm Tint in Yellow and Lip Balm Sweetener. It is not complicated just follow the instructions.

Wedding Lip BalmTop 10 DIY Protecting Lip Balm Recipes for This Winter

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This will be fantastic as wedding or bridal shower favors but they will also make wonderful homemade gifts anytime of the year. You will need: empty lip balm tubes and these come in many shapes and sizes, Lip Balm Base, your choice of flavor oil, pouring pot, plastic chopstick, pipette, labels to fit your lip balm containers and Mica to color your lip balm. Get this ingredients carefully and start preparing.

Coconut Oil Lip Balm

Top 10 DIY Protecting Lip Balm Recipes for This Winter

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Maybe easiest and cheapest lip balm in this list. You will need: 1 cup shaved beeswax and you can use a cheese grater or a knife, 3 tbsp coconut oil, 1 tsp vitamin E oil and 2-3 drops tea tree oil. Vitamin E oil is a wonderful ingredient for this due to its numerous health benefits it helps reduce the effects of sun damage, decreases dryness and helps increase moisture retention.