Chai Latte Lip Balm 10

Yesterday I featured a Chai Latte Blend that I agonized over. Today I want to show how to use that blend in a lip balm. I used Andee’s recipe of her Sweet Coconut Lip Balm as a backbone for this recipe. I loved the texture and I wanted the firm feeling that this recipe produced. Now, thanks to Andee, all of us Chai lovers can have a flavorful latte in our pockets! Yum!

Collect needed items:

Soy Butter
Castor Oil
Coconut Oil
Sugar Baby Flavor Oil
Chai Latte Blend
Microwave safe container for weighing ingredients
Transfer Pipettes
Containers for the finished products (I’m using the I’m using the White Lip Balm Tubes and White Lip Balm Tube Caps.)


Recipe in ounces for 50 tubes
2.82 ounces Soy Butter
2.42 ounces Beeswax
2.82 ounces Castor Oil
0.50 ounces Lanolin
1.51 ounces Coconut Oil
0.15ounces Chai Latte Blend
0.15ounces Sugar Baby Flavor Oil
Recipe in grams for 50 tubes
79.8 grams Soy Butter
68.4 grams Beeswax
79.8 grams Castor Oil
14.3 grams Lanolin
42.8 grams Coconut Oil
4.25 grams Chai Latte Blend
4.25 grams Sugar Baby Flavor Oil
Recipe in Percentages
28% Soy Butter
24% Beeswax
28% Castor Oil
5% Lanolin
15% Coconut Oil

To be added after:
1.5% Chai Latte Blend
1.5% Sugar Baby Flavor Oil

Weigh all ingredients except the Chai Latte Flavor Blend and Sugar Baby Flavor Oil into your microwave safe container. Microwave in short bursts until all ingredients are melted. The beeswax will take the most time to melt, but if you stir the lip balm after the other oils have been heated, it will melt quickly. Once the mixture is melted, add the Chai Latte Flavor Blend and Sugar Baby Flavor Oil. Stir until all of the flavor has been incorporated. Fill tubes or jars. Allow the lip balm to cool. Label. Now sit down, put your feet up and enjoy!

Tomorrow, I will be featuring Tina’s Lanolin Butter with this Chai Blend. This recipe is great for healing winter weathered skin! Join me tomorrow and test it with me!


Cooled lip balm.

Collect needed supplies.

Place container on scale to tare.

Weighing Soy Butter.

Weighing the beeswax.

Weighing the Lanolin.

All the fixed oils have been weighed.

Weighing the Castor Oil.

Weighing the Coconut Oil.

Melted lip balm ready for flavor.

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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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10 thoughts on “Chai Latte Lip Balm

  • sailorzeo

    Would shea butter be a good replacement for the soy butter? And what would be a good sub for the lanolin? The person I want to make this for is allergic.

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  • Jen

    What other butter can be used? I have Aloe butter, avocado butter, high melt point shea butter and also hydrogenated Soy. Would any of these work? Thanks!!

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      • Jen

        Awesome, thanks Tina!! Should I use the same amount of the hydrogenated soy as I would have used soy butter??

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      • Jen

        Awesome, thanks so much Tina! Would it be the same amount as if I used the soy butter, an even product swap?

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  • Jen

    I can’t find the Chai Latte flavor blend to order. Is it not available any longer? Thanks!

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