Pina Colada Lip Gloss 7


I have made it safely to China and I finally have become settled. Whew! I have never enjoyed moving and I have now moved across continents! What a relief it is now over! I am ready for some cosmetic fun. Let’s go!

After arriving in China, I was moving into my dorm. I was unpacking all of my items and pulled out my cosmetics bag. Now, my cosmetics bag is quite large. Imagine that! As I hefted it out of my suitcase, my roommate commented, wow you have a lot of cosmetics. I laughed and admitted that, yes, I did possess quite a few lotions, potions and other concoctions.

It started us talking and she told me how she really liked lip gloss. I started think about a lip gloss that would be perfect for the new doe foot pens. I wanted something a little viscous with some staying power without being sticky or tacky. Come join me for a scrumptious and playful lip gloss.

Collect Needed Items:

Ingredients
Beeswax
Sesame Oil
Aloe Butter
Hydrogenated Soybean Oil
Castor Oil
Pina Colada Flavor Oil
Vitamin E Acetate
Equipment
Scale
Microwave Safe Container
Pipettes
Spoon
Lip Brush Pen w/Doe Foot

Recipe:

Recipe in Grams
10 grams Beeswax
70 grams Sesame Oil
40 grams Aloe Butter
60 grams Hydrogenated Soybean Oil
10 grams Castor
8 grams Pina Colada Flavor Oil
2 grams Vitamin E
Recipe in Ounces
0.35 ounces Beeswax
2.47 ounces Sesame Oil
1.41 ounces Aloe Butter
2.12 ounces Hydrogenated Soybean Oil
0.35 ounces Castor
0.28 ounces Pina Colada Flavor Oil
0.07 ounces Vitamin E
Recipe in Percentages
5% Beeswax
35% Sesame Oil
20% Aloe Butter
30% Hydrogenated Soybean Oil
5% Castor
4% Pina Colada Flavor Oil
1% Vitamin E

 

Weigh everything into a microwave safe container except the Pina Colada Flavor Oil and the Vitamin E Natural. Heat gently until everything is liquid. Stir well. Add the Pina Colada Flavor Oil and Vitamin E Acetate. If you want to add a lip safe color or mica, no would be the time. Allow the solution to cool. Enjoy!

Note: To make a stickier mixture, switch the amount of the Soybean Oil and Castor Oil.

Taylor

Weighing Ingredients

Weighing Ingredients

Melted Oils

Adding Lip Gloss to Tube

Holding Doe Foot

Inserting Doe Foot

Finished Lip Gloss

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About Taylor

I'm a twenty something happy, animal loving, curious experimenter. I love reaching back into history and trying old recipes for cosmetics or foods. I'm constantly asking "Why?" My curiosity has me trying new things. I love taking walks with my dog as well as staying at home to cuddle with the dog and my cats. Some of my favorite scents include Hinoki Wood, Rose Garden, Jasmine and Gladiator.


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7 thoughts on “Pina Colada Lip Gloss

  • Leilani

    Yum. Thanks, I’ve been thinking about making something using the lip pen doe foots.

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  • Audrey K.

    So you’re living in China? How long? My best friend lives there, too! But I know you probably aren’t near her. It’s a big country. 😉

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    • Taylor Post author

      I will be living in China for a year. Currently I am in Beijing studying. I am loving the adventures I face every day! You never know what will happen when you just walk out the door!

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  • Dawn Roth

    Do you like Pina Coladas? And getting caught in the rain? Okay before everyone’s time? Lol This sounds amazing!

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  • Anastasia

    What’s the difference between Vitamin E and Vitamin E Acetate?
    I was looking at the vitamin e acetate on the MMS site and I noticed that it is WAY cheaper than the vitamin e I have bought at other places. If they both work as well to stabilize oils, I am totally switching!

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    • Andee

      Our Vitamin E Acetate is a synthetically derived Vitamin E. It does help fight the free radicals and extend the shelf life of oils which helps stabilize the oils. We do carry plant derived version too. As long as the Vitamin E you have been using is a Tocopheryl under the INCI listing, then it should be the same.
      I hope this helps!
      Andee

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