How To Make Lip Balm At Home Naturally – 5 Ways


Winter is coming and, at that time, our skin usually grows more dry, especially the lips. To avoid dryness and even sores, we end up resorting to moisturizers and lip balms. But would not it be great if we could make our own lip balm ourselves? For today we will learn how to make a lip balm at home naturally.

There are several home recipes for lip balm. Today we are going to teach 5 of them that we chose especially for you. They are recipes that do not carry petroleum jelly (as it is a derivative of petroleum) and contain only natural ingredients.

1. Moisturizing lipstick balm with honey and sugar

The Honey is a great natural moisturizer and is present in various types of cosmetics, including facial moisturizers. Honey also contains antioxidants that fight free radicals and prevents premature aging of the skin. Sugar already has the exfoliating power and also acts as anti-aging.


1 tablespoon honey

1 tablespoon brown sugar, beaten in the blender to get thinner, or brown sugar

How To Prepare

Mix the ingredients well to make the cream.

How To Use

Use the mixture on dry and clean lips, passing it in your mouth using your fingers.

Let it act for a few minutes and remove the excess with cold water.

Use this natural moisturizer from time to time when you need a light exfoliation with deep hydration (do not use it every day)

2. Lip moisturizer with beeswax and lemon wax

This lip moisturizer is spreadable, but not quite liquid and is very smooth and excellent for your lips.


  • 2 tablespoons coconut oil
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon of cut beeswax
  • 5 drops of lime essential oil and 5 drops of lime essential oil (if desired, you can substitute them for the essential oils of your choice)

Method of Preparation

Pour the mixture into a bowl of water. The mixture should slowly melt over low heat. You can use a larger pan and a smaller pan to make the water bath.

Melt the ingredients over medium-high heat. Connect the flame from the bowl or water to the water bath to heat the water and melt the ingredients. It will mix so that everything is evenly incorporated.

You can pour the mixture into smaller jars or into a large container.

Allow the mixture to cool completely before using it. If you prefer a firmer lip moisturizer, use more beeswax. If you like it softer, add more oil.

3. Lip Balm with Shea butter & Cupuassu

Shea butter and capuassu are great natural recipes for he health of your lips. It helps in keeping your lips smooth.


  • 24 g cupuassu butter
  • 10 g shea butter
  • 10 g of beeswax
  • 10 drops of aroma (essential oil of mint, mint, vanilla, etc.)
  • 9 bottles of lip balm

4. Moisturizing lipstick with coconut oil and cocoa butter

This recipe that is made from coconut oil and cocoa butter , is easy to make and can even come out slightly colored.


• 1 tabsp Vegetable wax soup
• 1/2 tabsp Cocoa butter soup
• 1/2 tabsp Coconut oil soup
• red lipstick scraps

5. Lip Color Moisturizer

You can also give color to your protector. To do this, use a lipstick that contains only natural colorants, such as urucum, or food coloring.


  • 1 bottle of cocoa butter (lipstick type)
  • 1 bottle of shea butter (lipstick type)
  • 1 natural lipstick
  • 1 small piece of beeswax

Really good recipes, is not it? All are very simple and great options to keep your lip moisturized throughout the winter and, on top of that, spending little money!

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