Set this bowl into a pan (larger than your bowl) filled with a few inches of water to make a double boiler. Make sure no water gets into the bowl with the oils, beeswax and essential oils.
Now heat the water in the double boiler on medium-high and watch the ingredients melt slowly. Stir them often to help melt everything evenly.
When everything is melted and blended completely, pour the mixture into containers. You can use a bigger container and just scoop the goop out with your fingers, or you can divide it into smaller lip balm containers, which you can order online or buy from craft supply stores.
When you pour it into little containers, it's nice to have a container with a spout and a steady hand. I carefully pour and stop just before it spills over, then top off the rest with a eye dropper.
Let everything cool, then use liberally and be ready for moisturized, soft, beautiful lips (and a happy pocket book, because you just saved a bunch of money)!
A word of caution: clean up the pyrex bowl right away, otherwise the beeswax will harden and be impossible to clean up. Or reserve this bowl for lip balm making only, and then it doesn't matter.
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