Diy Citrus Lip Balms

Citrus screams summer and tropics and they’re super refreshing, plus citrus flavors awaken, lively and bold. These fruits are high in vitamins, so I can’t name a better ingredient for cosmetics and makeup. Today I prepared a roundup of DIY citrus lip balms for summer. Do some to refresh and vitaminize your lips.

The first tutorial is about a grapefruit balm – this is an atypical citrus that has a very strong smell and all of the cool properties of citrus. A selection of natural oils make the lips super soft and the cool pink color is very cute. Not only is it a nice balm, but also a great gift for any girl.

In addition to being a lip balm, this is a hand moisturizer too! It is a perfect solution for dry lips and busy hands. The mixture of shea butter and cocoa butter creates a creamy ointment that soothes the skin. Take several doses with you and moisten anything that is dry if necessary.

Lemons are classics, that fresh smell always works! And now it starts again with a very rich moisturizer that can be used as a lip balm, cuticle cream, moisturizer for hands, feet, elbows, knees, body, etc. Coconut and almond oils soften the skin and the fresh lemon scent is great for summer.

This beautiful lip ointment is very soft and is sure to repair even the driest skin, as it is made from petroleum jelly, honey and a little orange syrup. Smells like delicious orange jam! What can be better for the summer?

This grapefruit lip balm gives your lips a light pink hue and is very quick and easy to make in just 10 minutes. This makes it an ideal last minute gift for any girl. Coconut oil provides instant softening, the shea butter provides long-lasting protection with a waxy consistency, and the castor oil provides superior softening and a beautiful shine.

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