Homemade raspberry lemonade lip balm
Did you know that making your own homemade lip balm is actually really easy? If you loved our wonderful recipe for DIY lip balm using lemongrass oil, you’re going to adore this moisturizing homemade raspberry lemonade lip balm recipe!
I’m not sure where you’re reading from, but up here in the great state of Maine, we have had a long and insanely snowy winter. I’m so ready for spring and summer!
One of my favorite summer treats is raspberry lemonade, and this ultra-nourishing DIY raspberry lemonade lip balm will keep your lips protected from the harsh reality outside. The flavor gives you a little hint of summer that might help remind you that spring will arrive, eventually!
This recipe is really easy to make, but thanks to the beautiful ingredients it’s also really pretty and has a delicious scent. The freeze dried raspberries settle in the tube giving this homemade lip balm a gorgeous ombre appearance.
This DIY lip balm is so cute, in fact, that it would make a wonderful gift! I love giving homemade, natural beauty products to my friends and family. It’s such a special gift and so much nicer than the chemical-laden products you find it most stores.
The coconut oil gives this DIY raspberry lemonade lip balm a super-smooth and moisturizing quality. It’s perfect to keep your lips soft during the cold months, but also wonderful for keeping your kisser nice and soft all year long.
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If you’ve been curious about homemade lip balms, I encourage you to give it a try.
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Raspberry lemonade lip balm
1. Crush about 1/3 cup freeze dried raspberries into a fine powder. They’ll add fantastic flavor along with a pretty tint to the lip balm. I used a fine mesh strainer to remove the seeds to keep a smooth texture.
2. Use a double boiler process to melt down the bees wax and coconut oil. Stirring constantly will help speed up the melting process.
3. Remove from the heat and add in the essential oil and powdered raspberries. Have the tubes standing with caps off and ready to fill as soon as everything is mixed together.
4. Fill the medicine dropper from the bowl and quickly, but carefully, fill one tube at a time. The raspberry powder will settle a little bit to the bottom of the bowl (and tubes) make sure when you’re drawing the liquid up into the medicine dropper that you are also collecting some of the raspberry. Continue filling each tube until the mixture if used up. You’ll notice that the powder is settling to the bottom of the tubes, if you prefer you can quickly cap each tube after filling and flip it over and continue turning to try to keep an even coloring. I loved the ombre look to this process and happily let it settle!
*Using 2 tablespoon of coconut oil and 1 tablespoon of bees wax along with the powdered raspberries and essential oil, this recipe made exactly 5 tubes that were 5ml/1 teaspoon each. Adding a little more bees wax make a larger batch. I used a medicine dropper to fill each tube quickly and mess free.