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Tinted Lip Balm DIY | HIBISCUS WITH HONEY & GRASS FED TALLOW | Bumblebee Apothecary

TINTED LIP BALM DIY | HIBISCUS WITH HONEY & GRASS FED TALLOW
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Amp up your natural beauty routine with this gorgeous DIY tinted lip balm. It’s a beautiful hibiscus color, and uses the amazing, skin healthy ingredients of raw honey, grass fed tallow, and essential oils. Let’s make some!

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Tallow lip balm recipe with raw honey: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQr5BwGe_Wc&t=32s
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🐝 Tinted Lip Balm DIY Directions:
Ingredients:
* 5 TBSP melted tallow balm
* 1 tsp beeswax
* 2 TBSP honey
* 15 drops strong essential oil (cinnamon, peppermint) or 25 drops mild essential oil
* 1 1/2 tsp mica powder

Instructions:
1. Melt tallow balm until it is liquid.
2. Measure melted tallow balm and beeswax into a glass, heat safe pitcher.
3. Create a double boiler by putting the glass pitcher on a cloth inside a pan of water.
4. Heat water to a gentle simmer.
5. Once tallow and beeswax mixture are completely melted and combined, remove from heat.
6. Stir mixture with a fork until mixture cools enough so that honey stays suspended and does not separate.
7. Add essential oils and mica powder a...

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