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Do your dry, cracked lips need repair and nourishment… but you don’t want to use a lip balm with toxic and harsh ingredients? With Lavender Essential Oil Lip Balm, you can repair and moisturize your lips with an extraordinarily nourishing blend of ingredients including lavender essential oil, jojoba oil, and vitamin E. Your lips will bask in the nourishment and loveliness of lavender – one of the most powerful essential oils for health and beauty. Lavender…

  • Does wonders to keep the skin looking young and supple
  • Soothes and cleanses skin irritations
  • Helps assist your body when adapting to stress or imbalances
  • Is a great aid for relaxing
  • Is an age-old remedy for burns
Lavender Lip Balm will become your favorite essential oil lip balm in no time! Lavender Lip Balm Ingredients:
  • Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil
  • Bees Wax
  • Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil
  • Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil
  • Lycium Barbarum (Wolfberry) Seed Oil
  • Rosa Rubiginosa (Rosehip) Seed Oil
  • Lavandula Angustifolia† (Lavender) Oil
  • Tocopherol (Vitamin E)
  • Tocopheryl Acetate
How to use: Apply as needed to moisturize the lips. Order some Lavender Essential Oil Lip Balm today! add to cart Order by Phone: Toll-free order line: 800-371-2928 (7am-7pm Mountain Time, 6am-6pm Pacific, 9am-9pm Eastern Time). If you are a new customer, you’ll need this referral number when placing your order: #87339 Need a price? Click here to download the Pricelist Love cinnamon? See Cinnamint Lip Balm Learn more about Young Living’s refreshing trio of lip balm products
†100% pure therapeutic-grade™ essential oil
* This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Item No. 5203, 0.16 oz. – Lavender Lip Balm


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Lavender Lip Balm, The Nourishing, Essential Oil Lip Balm You’ll Love! — 4 Comments

  1. Hello,

    I recently made some lip balm that is also a lotion bar!

    I used olive oil, almond oil, Shea butter,Cocoa Butter, lanolin, Lavendar, and beeswax.

    I have also experimented with the patchouli oil it may stink to high heaven but the skin conditions such as excema, and psoriasis it is very benefical. I’m going to be selling these at a local flea market.

  2. It sounds great! And believe it or not, some people LOVE the scent of patchouli oil. Its a matter of preference.

    You’re always safe with the lavender – I don’t know a single person who doesn’t like the scent of lavender. And the wonderful skin benefits make it perfect for lip balm and skin care products.

    The Essential Oil Diva

  3. Hi I just wanted to know whether any of these ingredients would be bad for oily skin? I have an odd condition where sebum is secreted in the lip but as there are no pores to let it out, it stays in the lip (called fordyce spots – white spots in lips). However the top layer my lips are very chapped and dry. So i am trying to find a balm that will help the dry lips but not exacerbate the oil production in my lips (many layers down).
    i hope this makes sense!
    Any suggestions also on a mix of essential oils that could help with both these conditions?

  4. Lu,

    That is a very unusual condition, indeed, and not being a doctor, I couldn’t say if these ingredients would cause you problems or not.

    Its possible that the bees wax could be a little too thick for your needs, but I don’t really know. The other oils are lighter.

    As for essential oils, Rosewood essential oil is known for helping skin elasticity and soothing skin, along with lavender. Other oils that have been traditionally used for cosmetics and lip balms are sandalwood, myrrh, geranium and patchouli.

    You’ll probably have to experiment with them in different amounts and combinations, maybe with and without a carrier oil (such as almond oil, coconut oil, jojoba oil, etc).

    Cedarwood helps reduce oily secretions, but I don’t think it would taste very good straight on the lips (even though it smells wonderful). Perhaps if you mix it with a carrier oil, or other essential oils. .. It’s also very red (that could give you a little lip color, which could be a plus if you want it).

    Most lip balms need a thicker oil or substance (like bees wax) to hold the balm together, but that may not work with your lips. So you could try the oils alone or with a thinner carrier oil.

    The Essential Oil Diva

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