Do you ever feel like your lips are a little drier in the summer? It must be all that sunshine they get in the summertime! I like to make sure I keep my lips extra moisturized in the warmer months with my Soothing Summer Roll On Lip Gloss! It contains good for you ingredients and is very easy to make! The Lavender and Spearmint essential oil in this natural lip gloss are soothing and cooling to sun-kissed, dry lips. You will love how easy this shiny DIY lip gloss is to make!
Soothing Summer DIY Lip Gloss Tutorial
Roll On Lip Gloss DIY Supplies Needed:
- 10 ml Glass Roller Bottle
- Liquid Coconut Oil
- Young Living Spearmint Essential Oil
- Young Living Lavender Essential Oil
- Vitamin E Oil
How To Make Natural Lip Gloss
Start by collecting your supplies and head to the kitchen counter. Grab your roller bottle and pop the roller top off.
Next add your Spearmint and Lavender Essential Oils. You’ll drop in 10 drops of each essential oil.
After you have added your essential oils, add 8 drops of Vitamin E oil. Vitamin E oil is very good for lips and skin! Vitamin E is believed to help protect from damage caused by ultraviolet rays and is a powerful antioxidant.
Top off with your coconut oil which has many great benefits including helping to reduce inflammation, keeping skin moisturized, and even healing wounds.
Pop the roller top back on, give a gentle shake and you are ready to use your Soothing Summer Roll On Lip Gloss.
*I am a Young Living distributor and I recommend using Young Living essential oils when making any recipe that calls for essential oils and especially if there is a chance you will be ingesting any of the oils in your recipe. Young Living are high quality therapeutic grade essential oils.
Have you ever made diy lip gloss before? This diy essential oil recipe is so simple and the final product is easy to use and is wonderful at soothing and moisturizing your lips! The roller bottle makes it convenient and easy to use as well. Give this DIY lip gloss recipe a try this summer and come back and let us know what you think!