Recipe: Toasted Marshmallow Lip Balm

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Mmm. Mmm. Mmm!!!

Here’s a campfire favorite packed into a tiny, purse-sized treat!

Toasted Marshmallow Lip Balm is sure to be a crowd favorite. Lick your lips and you’ll think you just had a bite of a marshmallow straight from the campsite.

PLUS, you can make yourself a batch in about 5 minutes.

Here’s how:

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You’ll need:

1 tsp Beeswax (I used white)

1 tsp Coconut Oil

1 tbs Vitamin E Oil

LorAnn Marshmallow Flavor

Lip Balm Tins

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If you haven’t tried any of the LorAnn flavor oils, you’re in for a treat. Every flavor that I’ve tried has been delicious! The marshmallow really does taste like a toasty, melty marshmallow straight from the fire. Mmm!

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Combine the beeswax, coconut oil, and vitamin E oil in a microwave-safe dish. Heat in the microwave using short intervals and stirring in between until all of the ingredients have blended together into a smooth liquid.

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Remove the mixture from the heat and stir in the flavor oil. You can add a small amount for just a hint of flavor, or (like me) you can add a lot and really taste it in your finished lip balm, which is how I like it.

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Carefully pour the mixture into lip balm tins or jars (whichever you’ve decided to use) and allow to cool. The mixture will harden into an opaque white consistency. Smooth onto lips as needed- or whenever you feel like a tasty little treat!

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ENJOY!

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Recipe: Toasted Marshmallow Lip Balm

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38 thoughts on “Recipe: Toasted Marshmallow Lip Balm

  1. Thanks about to try this today, couldn’t find out what your flavors oils are made of…I wanted to keep this recipe all natural no chemicals……could I just use my essential oils

    1. Hi Elizabeth! Our Essential oils are not food grade and cannot be used in lip balms; however, you can you these all natural flavors:

      Acai Blackberry Flavor
      Anise Flavor
      Lemon Mint Flavor
      Blackberry Flavor
      Blueberry Flavor
      Brown Sugar Flavor
      Cranberry Flavor
      Myers Key Lime Flavor
      Spearmint Flavor
      Watermelon Flavor
      Lemon Flavor
      Tahitian Vanilla
      Orange Flavor
      Pomegranate Flavor

      If you would like more information on the ingredients of our flavors, please feel free to contact our live chat agents. Happy Bulking!

    1. Hi Jessica! Around 0.2 oz or 2-3 drops of flavor can be used for this recipe. Of course you are free to add or subtract from this to get the taste you desire; hope this helps!

    1. Hi Kathleen! You can use a pipette to add in drops of the flavor until you’re reach your desired taste or you can add around 6 ml to your mixture. The rule here is to add as much that is needed for you to get the taste you desire.

      Happy Bulking!

    1. Hi Elizabeth! As I was explaining to Kathleen, you can use a pipette to add in drops of the flavor until you’re reach your desired taste or you can add around 6 ml to your mixture. The rule here is to add as much that is needed for you to get the taste you desire.

      Happy Bulking!

    1. Hi Traci! Around 0.2 oz or 2-3 drops of flavor was used for this recipe. Of course you are free to add or subtract from this to get the taste you desire; hope this helps!

        1. I apologize for any confusion; we recommend a maximum usage rate of 5% of lip balm flavor to the recipe’s total volume/weight; however, you can add/decrease at your discretion. At a 5% usage rate, it would be around 0.041 oz. for this recipe, but you can add or decrease this account at your discretion. We like a lot of taste in the lip balm, so a larger amount was used.

    1. Hi Natalie! Sorry too hear that; around 0.2 oz or 2-3 drops of flavor was used for this recipe. Of course you are free to add or subtract from this to get the taste you desire; hope this helps!

  2. Am I reading this recipe correctly, only 1 teaspoon of the beeswax, 1 teaspoon of coconut oil but a tablespoon of vitamin E oil? I just ordered the marshmallow flavor and am looking forward to trying this one but just want to make sure on the vitamin E oil.

    1. Hi Renietta! A preservative is not needed, as the lip balm does not have any water in it. You could use an antioxidant like Vitamin E to extend the shelf life, but it is unnecessary. The shelf life of your product is determined by the shelf life of the shortest-lasting oil, in which case it will be two years.

      Happy Bulking!

  3. Hello! This recipe sounds delicious!
    So my question is really about the melting and transferring of the product into the tin. What is your suggestion (or the easiest way) to complete this step of the process? Will the melted wax harden before you can pour into the tin?
    Thank you kindly!!

    1. Hi Cynthia, happy to know that you lie the recipe! Transferring the lip balm into the tins are a ton easier than the tubes. You can use a container with a pour spout to pour the melted mixture into the tin. It will not hardened while you are pouring it into the tin (the molecules are moving, which contributes to it staying in liquid form while being moved/transferred), once you ensure that it’s still in liquid form before you begin the pouring process.

      Happy Creating!

    1. You’ll need roughly:

      8.333 oz. of Beeswax
      8.333 oz. of Coconut Oil
      25 oz. of Vitamin E Oil
      0.3 oz to 0.5 oz of LorAnn Marshmallow Flavor

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