Is it safe to make lip balm with crayons?
Although our products are nontoxic, we do not recommend using them to make eyeliner, lipstick or other makeup, and strongly discourage their use in this manner. Because they were never meant to be used as makeup, our colored pencils or crayons have not been tested in the same way and should not be used as a cosmetic.
How do you make easy lip balm for kids?
- Melt beeswax over a double boiler.
- Add in shea butter, jojoba oil, and sweet almond oil and allow to melt until liquid.
- Pour into desired tins, tubes, or molds.
- Allow the balm to cool fully, then put on the lids/caps, or place in a storage container for later use.
Can we use crayons on lips?
Just because a crayon is not toxic if a child accidentally ingests it, does not automatically mean it is safe to use on the lips over time. Also, crayons are not intended to be ingested or used on the lips, so crayon manufacturers have no need to use approved FDA colorants for lip products.
Are crayons safe?
Crayons are quite safe. Crayons are generally made from wax and coloring. The ingredients are considered non-toxic and most cases will not require medical attention. However, if a crayon is eaten, it may cause an upset stomach.
How do you make natural lip balm at home?
- Measure beeswax, shea butter and cocoa butter and put in the top of a double boiler.
- Melt the butters and waxes over low heat in your double boiler until completely combined.
- Add the almond oil and jojoba oil and stir.
- Remove from heat and add Vitamin E and essential oils.
- Pour into lip balm tubes or tins.
Can you make lip balm with just coconut oil?
Obviously you can just smear some coconut oil on your lips all on its own to soothe chapped lips, but if you take five minutes and a few supplies that you probably already have, then you can bring it to a whole other level. You’ll need: Coconut oil, preferably organic, virgin, and unrefined.