Can you make lip balm out of gelatine?
You should try vasaline and Lemonade/Koolaid packets.
The vasaline keeps your lips soft while the packets make a nice smell and flavor !
Lip balm is more denser then lip gloss, in lip balm there isn't really any color and if it has any color is is very little. Lip gloss is much more liquid then lip balm but it also has pigments. Lip gloss is good for your lips because if it has vitamin e it smooth your lips but lip balm can do this and more. Lip balm has many more ingredients like: Shae butter, cocoa…
The most expensive lip balm must be that from the 'Clinique' brand. I have been doing research on lip balm and bought myself every single lip balm I could find in the village I live in. I bough for nearly EUR 200 worth of different lip balms for this research and considering the average lip balm costs around EUR 2 to 3 I bought quite a number of different lip balms. The one I almost…
All you need is Lip Smackers lip balm, and vaseline! Melt vaseline halfway in micorwave, than add chopped up stick of lip balm. Melt until in watery liquid form. Pour into small container and let sit in freezer for 10 minutes! You can buy 2 small containers at Walmart in the travel section (where you get mini vaseline, shampoo etc) for only .97.
Hydrating lip balm is lip balm that will hydrate your lips when you put it on. A common misconception, however, is that hydrating lip balm is lip balm that can also be used to hydrate yourself. This has led to many people having sour tastes in their mouth and being no more hydrated than when they started, therefore it's not recommended to use it for this latter purpose.
They serve different purposes. Lip balm is used to soothe and soften lips, while lip gloss is used to give lips color and shine. One is medicinal and the other is cosmetic. Some people wear lip gloss over lib balm but depending on your lip balm/gloss this may or may not work. You can also get lip balm that is tinted which can give you a subtle gloss effect.
Many lip balms have colour to act both as a lip moisturiser and a lip gloss/stain. If you want a subtle look, I recommend the Sephora egg balm, or the lipice colour balm. Another way to keep your lips moisturised but also have lipstick on is to put on a layer of lip balm first, before putting on your lipstick/lip gloss.
You can make your own lip balm by combining 1 tablespoon bees wax pearls, 1 tablespoon shea butter, 2 tablespoons sweet almond oil and 10-15 drops of essential oil. Melt ingredients in a double boiler and continuously whisk. Transfer into a container and then let cool for 20 minutes and you'll have your very own DIY lip balm.