Are you fed up of having to apply cosmetic lip balms more than ten times in an hour? Do you expect your lip balm to moisturize your lips for a longer time? Say goodbye to those artificial lip balm products that last only for fifteen minutes, and say hello to your natural and homemade lip moisturizer. Natural lip balms are available in the market and are great. But, if you want to get a little creative then you can make your very own natural lip balm with the best natural lip balm recipe.
A mixture of beeswax, cocoa butter, coconut oil and essential oil works wonders
Take two teaspoons of beeswax and mix it with four teaspoons of cocoa butter and four teaspoons of coconut oil and a little more than two tablespoons of essential oil. Stir all these together and mix it well. Then out the mixture in an oven over low-to-medium heat until the mixture melts and blends together. After the mixture melts enough, leave it to cool down for about 30 minutes. After it cools down, the lip balm must be ready to use!
Chapped lips can look extremely untidy and scruffy. Usually, chapped lips is a bigger problem during winter because of lack of humidity in the air. But, during summer, excessive exposure to the sun, could trigger chapped lips. Other habits like licking lips can worsen chapped lips. Regardless of the cause, lack of moisture will make it worse. What you need is a lip balm that is highly moisturizing and this recipe is really the best for you!