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Coffee Kiss DIY Lip Balm Recipe

There are many kinds of beeswax lip balm out there, but it’s fun to make your own with coffee.

Ethiopian Coffee Kiss DIY Lip Balm is a unisex beeswax lip balm made from coffee oil from the coffee growing capital of the world, Ethiopia. So make your coffee bean lip balm organic, certified vegan, certified cruelty free, non-gmo, gluten free, and an all-natural coffee lip balm.



Ethiopia is the world’s fifth largest coffee producer and Africa’s top producer. Be sure to share Ethiopian Coffee Kiss DIY Lip Balm with the coffee lover in your life.

Make coffee beeswax lip balm with just 4 ingredients

Ethiopian Coffee Kiss DIY Lip Balm Recipe
Ethiopian Coffee Kiss DIY Lip Balm Recipe


Ethiopian Coffee Kiss DIY Lip Balm Recipe

Ingredients

¼ cup beeswax



2 tablespoons pure shea butter

2 tablespoons coconut oil

10 drops coffee bean essential oil


Directions
On low heat place all ingredients into a small saucepan, stir occasionally until ingredients are melt. Pour into containers of your choice and cool 2 hours. This recipe makes enough lip balm for six containers, share Ethiopian Coffee Kiss DIY Lip Balm Recipe with the coffee lover in your life.



Make coffee lip balm with just 4 ingredients

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