Lip Balm Filling Trays – Day 1 3

This week I will be teaching how to use the lip balm filling trays. I will be demonstrating all of the dos and don’ts of using these trays as well as helping you troubleshoot the problems you may be having. If you have any questions, please let me know and I will  be addressing these this week. In the mean time, let’s prepare all of our tools and our kitchens! Get out your lip balm supplies! Come learn the helpful tricks of the trade. See you there!

Lip Balm Tube Filling Tray

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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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3 thoughts on “Lip Balm Filling Trays – Day 1

  • Kinky Witch

    I wouldn’t make lip balm without one of these trays! Such a time and product saver ^.^

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  • Teri

    Hi Taylor….
    Boy, this is timely!! I’ve just been making lip balms & using my filling tray. My issue is that I can’t get them all out clean…the edges stick to tray & pull off. I’ve done everything (I think). Chilled…not chilled. Twist…no twist. Straight pull….wiggle. Do I just cut them all off?? Some come out so beautifully…..I’m talking about the little bit that sticks up over top of tube. Help!!! And thank you for exactly what I needed today.

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  • bluebeaker

    These trays are the best! I had to make a few batches to make the right amount of lip balm without having too little or too much for the trays, but once I got it right it has been a true time saver! I used to fill tubes with a plastic dropper which is great for smaller batches, but it takes a lot of time not only to fill, but it can get messy. I also hated cleaning up the outsides of tubes when they overfilled or dripped over – which does not happen with the trays. Now I use two trays and while one is setting up, I’m mixing and pouring the other batch. My customers like it because they get a little more lip balm than they used to because the trays have some head space. I highly recommend these trays if you are making larger amounts of lip balm!!!

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