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Lip Care Product Formulas

 
         
 

Easy Summer Lip Balm

 
  Phase A Weight % For 100g / 3.6oz  
  Lip Balm Base (thickener & emollient) 90.8% 45.4g / 1.6oz  
  Orange Peel Butter (emollient) 5.0% 2.5g / 0.09oz  
  Zinc Oxide, Micron. (mineral) 4.0% 2.0g / 0.07oz  
  Phase B      
  Fragrance (optional) 0.5% 0.5g / 12 drops  
         
 
  Method: Combine phase A ingredients in a heat resistant glass jar, and mix well. Heat phase A to 60C/140F and stir occasionally to mix.
Add phase B to phase A and stir. Remove from the heat and start filling the lip balm tubes. 50g/1.8oz make about 8-10 tubes. Micronized zinc oxide can also be replaced by regular zinc oxide, but will have a greater whitening effect.

Properties: Lip balm made quick and easy with our natural lip balm base. The balm is greatly moisturizing with slight UV protection.

 
         
 
         
 

Lip Cream for Upper Lip Wrinkles

 
  Phase A Weight % For 100g / 3.6oz  
  Concentrated Cream Base (emollient) 93.8% 28.1g / 1oz  
  SeaFerment SA (exfoliant) 4.0% 1.2g / 26 drops  
  Ceramide Complex (moisturizer) 2.0% 0.6g / 13 drops  
  Phase B      
  Flavor Vanilla 0.2% 0.06g / 1 drop  
         
 
  Method: Add the cream base to a disinfected mixing vessel. Add the sea ferment extract and mix well. Add the ceramide complex and mix well. Add phase B and mix. Package the lip crème into small tubes (e.g. Olah tubes) by using a syringe.

Properties: Lip crème with anti-aging properties. Apply to lips at least twice a day (also before bedtime). Lips stay soft and hydrated. SeaFerment visibly reduces the roughness of the lipstick line above the upper lip induced by aging. Ceramide Complex deeply moisturizes and increases bioavailability of ceramide VI.

 
         
 
         
 

Sugar (or Salt) Lip Exfoliation

 
  Phase A Weight % For 100g / 3.6oz  
  Coconut Oil (emollient) 44.0% 44g / 1.5oz  
  Shea Nut Olein (emollient) 5.0% 5g / 1 tsp
 
  Sugar or Sea Salt (exfoliant) 50.2% 50.2g / 1.8oz  
  Vitamin E dl-alpha tocopherol (antioxidant) 0.5% 0.5g / 10 drops  
  Phase B      
  Mica Sugar Blush 0.1% 0.1g / pinch  
  Flavor Vanilla 0.2% 0.2g / 5 drops  
         
 
  Method: Melt coconut oil (dip bottle shortly into medium hot water). Then pour amount needed into a mixing vessel. Add Shea Nut Olein and stir well. Add sugar or salt and stir well. Add a small pinch (just to add a hue of color) of mica color and stir. Add flavor and stir. Set aside until the scrub has become solid (coconut oil will harden in a short amount of time). Add more sugar/salt for a higher consistency if needed.

Properties: Have you ever wondered why lips still feel dry and brittle despite using chap stick? Lips need also exfoliation to get rid of dead skin cells & boost circulation, so that emollients can soften and moisturize again.

 
         
 
         
 

Strawberry Gloss Lipstick

 
  Phase A Weight % For 100g / 3.6oz  
  Triglyceride (emollient) 24.8% 12.4g / 0.45oz  
  Coconut Oil (emollient) 19.0% 9.5g / 0.3oz  
  Microcrystalline Wax (thickener) 4.0% 2.0g / 0.07oz  
  Ozokerite Wax (thickener) 7.0% 3.5g / 0.12oz  
  Stearyl Palmitate (thickener) 3.6% 1.8g / 0.05oz  
  Octyldodecanol (emollient) 15.0% 7.5g / 0.3oz  
  Polyisobutene 250 (emollient) 9.0% 4.5g / 0.16oz  
  Castor Oil (emollient) 6.8% 3.4g / 0.12oz  
  IsoLanolin (emollient) 6.0% 3.0g / 0.1oz  
  Glycerin (emollient) 2.0% 1g / 20 drops  
  Vitamin E dl-alpha tocopherol (antioxidant) 0.2% 0.1g / 1 drop  
  Phase B      
  Red No. 40 FD&C Lake (colorant) 0.4% 0.2g  
  Mica Bordeaux (colorant) 1.5% 0.75g  
  Mica Pearlwhite (colorant) 0.5% 0.75g  
  Phase C      
  Flavor Vanilla 0.2% 0.1g / 2 drops  
         
 
  Method: Measure all ingredients of phase A and add to a heat resistant glass beaker. Stir. Prepare the mold by pulling it apart and slightly greasing the inside with an emollient (for example castor oil). Put it back together and secure with a rubber band for a tight fit. Heat phase A to 170F/76C or until melted. Maintain the temperature. Do not overheat. Add phase B and stir well to disperse the colorants. Test the color. If more intense coloring is needed, increase the amount of D&C red 40 and also some of the mica. Add phase C (optional) stir. Give it a good stir before pouring into the mold and let harden at a cool place. Once the lipsticks have hardened, separate the mold and slowly loosen up the sticks by gentle tapping or by pushing softly on one end to make it slide out.
Troubleshooting: If the stick is too soft increase ozokerite wax by 2%.
Tip: Start with a small amount of colorant and pour one stick, increase the colors and pour the second, increase again and pour the third, for more variation.

Properties: Lipstick with a gloss finish and good pay-off. If a reduced amount of colorants are used it can serve as a lip gloss stick. It gives a flattering light berry shade.

 
         
 
         
 

Matte Moisturizing Lipstick

 
  Phase A Weight % For 100g / 3.6oz  
  Triglyceride (emollient) 25.75% 12.9g / 0.43oz  
  Octyldodecanol (emollient) 15.0% 7.5g / 0.3oz  
  Mineral Oil (emollient) 14.0% 7.0g / 0.23oz  
  Microcrystalline Wax (thickener) 4.0% 2.0g / 0.07oz  
  Ozokerite Wax (thickener) 7.0% 3.5g / 0.12oz  
  Beeswax (emollient) 5.0% 2.5g / 0.09oz  
  Castor Oil (emollient) 6.8% 3.4g / 0.12oz  
  IsoLanolin (emollient) 6.0% 3.0g / 0.1oz  
  Glycerin (emollient) 2.0% 1g / 20 drops  
  Talc (texturizer) 5.0% 2.5g / 0.09oz  
  Phase B      
  Red No. 40 FD&C Lake (colorant) 0.75% 0.4g  
  Red No. 7 FD&C Lake (colorant) 0.3% 0.15g  
  Mica Bordeaux (colorant) 3.0% 0.1g  
  Mica Pearlwhite (colorant) 5.0% 2.5g  
  Phase C      
  Flavor Vanilla 0.2% 0.1g / 2 drops  
  Vitamin E dl-alpha tocopherol (antioxidant) 0.2% 0.1g / 1 drop  
         
 
  Method: Measure all ingredients of phase A and add to a heat resistant glass beaker. Stir. Prepare the mold by pulling it apart and slightly greasing the inside with an emollient (for example castor oil). Put it back together and secure with a rubber band for a tight fit. Heat phase A to 170F/76C or until melted. Maintain the temperature. Do not overheat. Add phase B and stir well to disperse the colorants. Test the color. If more intense coloring is needed, increase the amount of D&C red 40 and also some of the mica. Add phase C (optional) stir. Give it a good stir before pouring into the mold and let harden at a cool place. Once the lipsticks have hardened, separate the mold and slowly loosen up the sticks by gentle tapping or by pushing softly on one end to make it slide out.
Troubleshooting: If lipstick is too soft increase the amount of ozokerite by 1-2% and decrease triglyceride by the same amount. If lipstick is too hard reduce ozokerite by 1-2% and increase triglyceride by 1-2%.

Properties: Moisturizing lipstick with a matte finish and good pay-off.

 
         
 
 
         
 

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