Activities for kids,  Beginner,  Face,  Lip balm,  Tutorials and recipes,  Videos

This homemade lip balm will give you Dream Lips

lip balm recipelip balm recipe

Dream Lips (are made of this)

Who are we to disagree? But 80s pop song puns aside, in summer or winter alike, lip balm is a must. It allows us to face all kinds of temperatures and environments without them robbing us of our desire to smile! We don’t know about you, but we always have a lip balm on hand… So it seemed important to share our favourite lip balm recipe, which is sure to give you Dream Lips.

Rich in nourishing and protective ingredients, this softening lip balm will ensure a pain-free smile. To suit everyone’s needs, we decided to create one vegan lip balm recipe and another beeswax-based recipe. The former took a bit of work to finesse, but the result is up to our exacting standards! So please don’t hesitate to share your thoughts with us in the comments.

Everybody’s looking for something, but thanks to this easy lip balm recipe, you’ll have at least found your way to Dream Lips!

How to make your own lip balm

Before you begin

In this lip balm recipe, we use cocoa butter, which will give the product a nice chocolaty flavour! If that doesn’t appeal to you, you can opt for deodorized cocoa butter, which, as the name suggests, is unscented.

Ingredientshomemade lip balm

DIY lip balm recipe with beeswax

Vegan DIY lip balm recipe (without beeswax)


Good to know!

  • Above all, do not substitute the wax in your recipe with a different wax, or you risk altering the texture and finish of the final product. However, you can use whichever beeswax you’d like!
  • If you wish to replace a butter or oil with another, make sure you choose a similar product: For example, replace a hard butter with another hard butter or a dry oil with another dry oil.
  • Mango butter soothes skin and provides deep nourishment to your lips.
  • Cocoa butter provides the balms with texture and has restorative and protective properties.
  • Castor oil has restorative properties.
  • The waxes are included to solidify the final product and will also protect your lips.
  • If you choose not to add a flavour, you can replace it with an equal part of the first liquid oil. During our trials, we opted for vanilla flavour for ultra-gourmet homemade lip balms. Together with the cocoa butter, it imparts a delicious vanilla/chocolate scent!

Video of the recipe

Steps to follow

  1. Prepare and sterilize your equipment and workspace.
  2. Cut off the end of the pipette to facilitate transferring the finished balm into the tubes.
  3. Measure the oils, butters, and wax in the bowl, then gently melt on the double boiler. Once all has melted, remove from to make lip balm
  4. In the meantime, measure the vitamin E and optional flavour in a ramekin and mix together.making lip balm
  5. Add your vitamin E and flavour mixture to the melted contents of the bowl.
  6. Use the pipette (with its end cut off) to fill the empty lip balm tubes. If the mixture is no longer sufficiently liquid, return the bowl to the double boiler for a few seconds.easy lip balm
  7. Let the lip balms solidify in the fridge for 10 or so minutes. After removing them from the fridge, wait for about a half hour before trying out your new homemade lip balm!


Made in optimal sanitary conditions, your lip balms should keep for at least 6 months.




Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *