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Sugar Cookie Lip Balm….

sugar cookie lip balm

Merry Christmas everyone!  Santa is coming and just maybe he’s sick of eating cookies everyone leaves him…..  and just maybe he’d be excited about getting SUGAR COOKIE LIP BALM?!  Ha, probably not, but how fun is a sugar cookie lip balm?!  It’s an easy recipe that is super nourishing, not to mention yummy for your lips!

Sugar Cookie Lip Balm

1/4 cup Grapeseed Oil (find it HERE)
1/8 tsp. Vanilla Extract
1/2 tsp. Sugar
1 TBSP. Beeswax (find it HERE)

1. Fill a medium sized pot half way full with water.
2. Place a glass bowl with a spout in your pot
3. Turn on stove top to medium heat.
4. Add Oil, Tea Bags, Vanilla, and Sugar.
5. Let steep for 20-30 minutes.
6. Remove Tea Bags
7. Add Beeswax
8. Once Beeswax is melted pour into containers.
This recipe makes 2 ounces.sugar cookie lip balm 1

This is a super easy recipe and a fun stocking stuffer!  You know, the more I think about it, Santa totally would appreciate this lip balm!

Merry Christmas!

xx, Jenni


  1. Elizabeth says:

    Hi Jenni,

    How much water does this recipe require?


    • Elizabeth-This recipe requires no water. Only water I used is to make the double boiler. I add water to a medium sized pot, then place a glass bowl in it. This helps the oils to not overheat. I actually steep the tea bags in the grapeseed oil. Thanks!

  2. Hi Jenni! I followed the link to this post from Pinterest. This is a great post and thanks for sharing. My question is, since the beezwax comes in pellets, do I use just a standard measuring spoon or can you tell me about how many pellets is a tablespoon? Thanks!

  3. Looks wonderful! I was wondering if the grapeseed oil could be replaced with something else? I was also curious why you chose grapeseed oil. Thanks!

  4. Hi Jenni,
    I have tried a few lip balm recipes, but I love this one. I did a berry lip balm using of course berry tea. I also used evaporated sugar cane, but had a hard time getting it to dissolve. Any suggestions, or do I just stick with “regular” white sugar?
    Absolutely LOVE your site and recipes by the way!!

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