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Hi everyone! After a short break, I’m back with another easy DIY for you! There are so many DIY posts for homemade beauty products out there, and here are two of the easiest.

The lip balm and scrub are made with 100% natural ingredients, including some from your backyard. No flower’s or herbs in your yard?…I bet the neighbor won’t mind if you return with some lip balm or sugar scrub!

Both of these crafts would be great to make for a bridal or baby shower, or if you’re just having a “girl’s night”…and I’m pretty sure that some Sangria would be a perfect pairing! I’m not going to lie, champagne was an essential “ingredient” in my crafting process.

Coconut Rose Lip Balm

What You Will Need:

  • 1/8 cup Coconut Oil (available at most grocery stores or health food stores)
  • 1/4 cup Beeswax (available at craft stores)
  • 1/8 cup Shea Butter (available at craft stores or health food stores)
  • 1 tsp Coconut or Vanilla Extract
  • 1/4 cup Rose Petals (fresh or dried), feel free to substitute a different flower or herb here
  • 1 tsp Sweet Almond Oil (available at craft stores)

*This recipe makes enough for about 6 tubes or small containers

How to Assemble:

  1. Measure all of the ingredients into a small saucepan or Pyrex container
  2. Heat on low until everything is melted, or if using microwave heat in 30 second intervals until completely melted
  3. Strain petals if you wish, I left them in, they look really pretty!
  4. Pour into sanitized containers of your choice
  5. Let cool completely (couple hours) and they’re ready to use!

*Since this recipe uses beeswax (melting point is 145 degrees fahrenheit) it will harden enough to put into empty tubes.

 Lavender Rosemary Sugar Scrub

What You Will Need:

  • 1 cup Raw Cane Sugar
  • 1 cup Sea Salt (large or fine grain)
  • 1/2 cup Coconut Oil
  • 2 tbsp Fresh or Dried Lavender
  • 2 tbsp Chopped Rosemary
  • 1 tsp Lavender Oil
  • 1 tsp Sweet Almond Oil

How to Assemble:

  1. Measure all ingredients into a sanitized jar or glass container of your choice
  2. Add chopped rosemary and lavender
  3. Mix together, and you’re done! How easy was that?

*This recipe is really versatile, add whatever herbs, spices, flowers, zests, and essential oil combinations you prefer!

We hope you enjoy these homemade beauty products as much as we do.  If you decide to create either of these crafts, or any of the craft projects that we share with you, please feel free to share your finished product with us on our Facebook page!

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  1. Lily says:

    I’m love the coconut and Rose lip balm! I want to try it but beeswax causes a bad reaction to my lips, can I use a substitute for it or can I just leave the beeswax out?

  2. Monica says:

    Shelf life of the lip balm?

    1. Jamie says:

      Hi, Monica! I would say about three months, but always use your best judgment. I hope you like it!

  3. Maya says:

    YAY! After searching for lip balm recipes on Pinterest for a lil while here, I’ve finally decided on the recipe to use for my next batch — This is it but modified! I am really excited! And to have a delicious scrub recipe too! Purrrfect.

    I’m wondering though, I can substitute the Sweet Almond oil with Grapeseed oil, yes?? Also rather than extracts to use essential oil… ??

    1. Jamie says:

      Hi, Maya! I’ve never tried the substitutions you mention, but I don’t see any reason why not. I hope you like them!

  4. Manasa says:

    I live in India so the coconut oil will be in liquid form half of the year.
    How all the recipe will become in solid form?

    1. Jamie says:

      Hi, Manasa! I suppose you’ll want to try the recipe during the months when the coconut oil is solid. I’m sorry I can’t be of more help! I hope you enjoy it.

  5. Shaliny says:

    Hi …i have tried the Coconut rose lip balm but it became so hard. Please give me a solution. Thank you

    1. Jamie says:

      Hi, Shaliny! You can reheat the lip balm a bit and see if that works. I hope this helps!

  6. kimmy says:

    how long does the petals still keep as the same color ?

  7. Rituparna says:

    I used beeswax + shea butter
    + watermelon seed carrier oil
    with some essential oils, and the texture was soft and lovely, but the jar I had kept aside for later use – it developed fat bloom after a few weeks. Same thing happened with candelilla wax
    + cocoa butter + shea butter + sweet almond.

    Does anyone know how to prevent fat blooms please?

  8. Katie says:

    Thank you so much! I just tried it today and it came out beautifully! I added a bit of lip stick for some color, and instead of rose petals I used orchids, (do to the fact that they were the only thing I had in the house).

    1. Jamie says:

      I’m glad you tried it. Thanks so much for stopping by.


  9. Hannah says:

    Thanks for the post! I just tried the lip balm recipe!! :) I used dried hibiscus flowers instead of rose petals (because Whole Foods didn’t have dried roses :-D) I doubled the recipe and made 12 so I could give some out as Christmas presents! They turned out great!! I would attach a picture if I knew how!! lol Once you apply it though it feels a bit too waxy, and I actually only used 3 oz of beeswax (doubling the recipe called for 4 oz). Do you know why that would be? (maybe not enough shea butter or coconut oil??) But overall great balm recipe !!

    1. Jamie says:

      Thanks so much, Hannah!