Melt and Pour Lip Balm Base - Our lip balm base is a smooth base that you just need to melt down, add your flavoring and then pour into lip butter pots or tubes. It's simple and easy to use and is perfect if you're in a hurry or just want to have a perfectly blended lip balm base. This product is sold by weight.
Ingredients:Common Name: Coconut Oil, Beeswax, Sweet Almond oil, Avocado oil Botanical Name: Cocos Nucifera Oil, Cera Alba, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis Oil, Persea Gratissima Oil
Love it with a lil castor oil added😌
I've been struggling with getting a lip balm base correct for sometime now. Brambleberry has made my life so much easier. The base goes on smooth and feels great on lips. Adding micas is super easy. I am very happy with this purchase. One question I received my base in a four oz jar with a gold lip. Where can I get these jars & lids? Thanks again!
Love this lip balm base and won't use anything else. I do not like the bag for the large size and wish it was in a bucket. Since many reviewers are saying the same thing, I think Brambleberry ought to listen. I do have a question: If I wanted to add one of Brambleberry's oil based extract or Vitamin E, how much could I add without compromising the base?
Bought a 16 oz, and I don't like the plastic bag it comes in. Would prefer a jar as shown on your site. It would be much more convenient to scoop any amount as you need it.
I bought this base again for a diy craft party. My guests loved the ease of melting the 16 oz bags in my microwave and mixing/pouring into lip balm tubes. I estimate that each tube costs me less than $1.00 to make (base, tube, and flavoring oil). I use the little measuring containers from pyrex (holds up to 2 oz. only) so I can make small batches by flavor and pour quickly without wax hardening too fast. Although I have re-heated base that hardens when you pour to top off my tubes and found no serious effects to balm. I wipe the containers with paper towel then hot water and soap- I find this the least messy way to clean the containers I melt the wax in. I also have used balm 1 year later and they still worked/smelled fine. I am never buying store lip balm again- best stuff.
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