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Pumpkin Spice Lip Balm
Pumpkin spice has always been able to elicit raving reactions, so wouldn't it be a great idea to use its delicious flavor on your lip balm? Of course, to make things even more exciting, why not make your own Pumpkin Spice Lip Balm as well?
Making a pumpkin spice lip balm is easy
You only need three ingredients for this DIY project, and you only need to complete three steps to have your very own homemade Pumpkin Spice Lip Balm.
For starters, make sure you have a jar where you can store the lip balm you're going to make. Even a small one will do; a 5ml jar can hold enough lip balm that'll last.
You can choose which essential oils to use as well. We have various oils available in this store so feel free to shop for the ones that you like. For a Pumpkin Spice Lip Balm, it's recommended to use nutmeg, orange, cinnamon bark, or cardamom. Look into the qualities of each type of oils and go for the one that best suits your needs. All four of these oils are available from the Young Living Vitality dietary line of essential oils.
Scoop out one teaspoon of un-petroleum jelly and place it inside a small jar. Add a pinch of edible shimmer dust and sprinkle until you achieve your desired color.
Now, doesn't that sound fun? Invite your friends for some make and take — this Pumpkin Spice Lip Balm would definitely be perfect for a Halloween party!
Citrus oils are photosensitive and can increase skin sensitivity to sun. Use caution when using any homemade skin products containing citrus in the sun.
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