DIY: How To Make Your Own EOS Lip Balm

How do you make your own lip balm from scratch? Well now you’re going to find eos lip balm

What You’ll Need

  • Your EOS/Lip Balm container
  • Beeswax
  • Olive oil or Coconut oil
  • Flavouring of your choice (optional)
  • Fragrance of your choice (optional)
  • Colour lipstick or crayon of your choice
  • Pot filled with water
  • Teaspoon to measure
  • A small heat proof container (e.g. glass bowl or metal measuring cup)


Light your cooking and put it on low heat. Put your pot of water on it so it can heat up slowly. Cut a tablespoon of beeswax and put it into your small heat proof container. Add 4-5 teaspoons of olive oil or coconut oil

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Place your small heat proof container into the pot of hot water and stir your mixture until melted. Add in half a teaspoon of your fragrance and when that’s all been mixed in, add in a little bit of your colour crayon or lipstick and stir until it has melted and your mixture has become a consistent and rich colour.

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Pour your melted mixture into your empty EOS container until the mixture has covered the grate. Put the lid back onto your EOS container, turn it upside down and pop it in the freezer. After 1 hour, take your lip balm out of the freezer and unscrew the lid slowly to reveal your new EOS Lip Balm

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Reveal your new EOS Lip balm

[Photos © DIYlover]


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Have you ever attempted to make your own lip balm or lip stick? Let us know below.

5 Comments on DIY: How To Make Your Own EOS Lip Balm

  1. Love the DIY! thanks for sharing 🙂


  2. schoolrunbeauty // January 10, 2016 at 11:13 am // Reply

    Okay that is a cool DIY x


  3. wow! i tried it out it was amazing

    Liked by 1 person

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