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Srubby Sweet Lip Balm

This is for the dry winter lips and the quick lip fix just before a lipstick. It’s a lip scrub, a lip balm and a lip primer all in one. Contains all natural, simple and skin loving oils, wax and butter.

The Recipe

White/Yellow beeswax 0.7oz

Sweet Almond Oil 1.3oz

Raw Unrefined Shea Butter 1oz

White Sugar 2.5oz

Vitamin E 0.2oz

Sliver Glitter (optional)

Flavour Oil 6ml

Glass bowls

Mixing Spoons

Lip Pots/Containers/Jars


How To

Measure out all ingredients needed. Combine the oil and beeswax.  Melt in a double boiler or microwave. I used the microwave, and it took 2 minutes in total for the wax to melt into the oil at 30 seconds interval.

While the wax and oil are still melting, add the glitter to your sugar and mix while it’s still dry. This allows for an even distribution of the glitter.


When the oil and beeswax have melted, add the Shea butter. The heat from the oil will melt the Shea butter, also add the vitamin e oil and flavour oil. I just added my vitamin e oil, I decided not use any flavour oil. Add the glittered sugar, then mix very well. You have to move really fast here, the cooler it gets the thicker it becomes because of the beeswax. Scoop in your jar.

The result is a beautiful, buttery and soft lip balm scrub with specs of sliver lights. It is very moisturising and leaves the lips feeling soft and plump.

I scooped it in a 200ml heart shaped tin container.

I scooped it in a 200ml heart-shaped tin container.

To Use

Apply to lips and rub in gentle circular motion to get rid of dry, dead cells. Wipe off with a wet wipe or just use a tissue. It is very gentle on the lips and your lips are left feeling very soft.

This is a diy you can actually enjoy making with friends and kids. Everybody can add their own colours/glitters/flavour. I am going to remake this with cocoa butter and no beeswax and some colours.

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