Lips have no natural oils so it is very important to protect them from the cold weather, the harsh winds, and the beaming sun. Lip balms are easier to make than it is to purchase one at the store, and they last much longer. So protect and heal your lips with these balms.

Honey balm

Honey is a great way to lock in moisture and beeswax and almond oil help to seal in the honey and protect from the elements. For this balm ingredients needed are one teaspoon of honey one tablespoon of beeswax (graded) and four table spoons oil (almond).
First, grab a small pan and begin to warm at a low temperature.
Second, place the almond oil and beeswax into the pan.
Third, warm until wax is completely melted.
Fourth, remove the pan from the heat.
Fifth, add honey into the pan.
Sixth, stir until completely mixed.
Seventh, have a glass with a wide mouth that is also small.
Eighth, pour the mixture into the glass.
Ninth, give it time to cool. 
Tenth, stir every so often to keep it from breaking.
Eleventh, keep in a cool and dry place.
Twelfth, apply as needed to lips.

Peppermint Balm

Peppermint is a very soothing and refreshing balm. Make it at home instead of buying it in a store. Here is what you need; one tablespoon of beeswax (grated), one teaspoon of honey, four tablespoons of oil (almond), and peppermint essential oil.
First, grab a small pan and begin to warm at a low temperature.
Second, place the almond oil and beeswax into the pan.
Third, warm until wax is completely melted.
Fourth, remove the pan from the heat.
Fifth, add honey into the pan.
Sixth, stir until completely mixed.
Seventh, have a glass with a wide mouth that is also small.
Eighth, pour the mixture into the glass.
Ninth, while you are stir the contents add at least ten drops of peppermint oil.
Tenth, give it time to cool. 
Eleventh, stir every so often to keep it from breaking.
Twelfth, keep in a cool and dry place.
Thirteenth, apply as needed to lips.

Orangey Chamomile Balm

Orange blossoms are a delicious scent and chamomile gives a soothing feel. For this recipe you will need; one tablespoon of beeswax (grated), one teaspoon of honey, four tablespoons of oil (almond), neroli essential oil, and chamomile essential oil.
First, grab a small pan and begin to warm at a low temperature.
Second, place the almond oil and beeswax into the pan.
Third, warm until wax is completely melted.
Fourth, remove the pan from the heat.
Fifth, add honey into the pan.
Sixth, stir until completely mixed.
Seventh, have a glass with a wide mouth that is also small.
Eighth, pour the mixture into the glass.
Ninth, while stiring the contents in the glass add six drops of chamomile oil and nine drops of neroli oil.
Tenth, give it time to cool. 
Eleventh, stir every so often to keep it from breaking.
Twelfth, keep in a cool and dry place. 
Thirteenth, apply as needed to lips.

Lavender Grapefruit Balm

This is a citursy sweet balm that will leave you feeling wonderfully relieved. For this delicious recipe you will need; one tablespoon of beeswax (grated), one teaspoon of honey, four tablespoons of oil (almond), grapefruit essential oil, and lavender essential oil.
First, grab a small pan and begin to warm at a low temperature.
Second, place the almond oil and beeswax into the pan.
Third, warm until wax is completely melted.
Fourth, remove the pan from the heat.
Fifth, add honey into the pan.
Sixth, stir until completely mixed.
Seventh, have a glass with a wide mouth that is also small.
Eighth, pour the mixture into the glass.
Ninth, while stiring the contents inside the glass add six drops of lavender oil and nine drops of grapefruit oil.
Tenth, give it time to cool. 
Eleventh, stir every so often to keep it from breaking.
Twelfth, keep in a cool and dry place.
Thirteenth, apply as needed to lips.

Rosey Balm

This balm is perfect for sensitive lips that want a delicate fragrance. You will need; one tablespoon of beeswax (grated), one teaspoon of honey, four tablespoons of oil (almond), and rose essential oil.
First, grab a small pan and begin to warm at a low temperature.
Second, place the almond oil and beeswax into the pan.
Third, warm until wax is completely melted.
Fourth, remove the pan from the heat.
Fifth, add honey into the pan.
Sixth, stir until completely mixed.
Seventh, have a glass with a wide mouth that is also small.
Eighth, pour the mixture into the glass.
Ninth, while stirring contents in glass add eleven drops rose oil.
Tenth, give it time to cool. 
Eleventh, stir every so often to keep it from breaking.
Twelfth, keep in a cool and dry place.
Thirteenth, apply as needed to lips.

Healing Chapped Balm

For those days when your lips are chapped and hurt try this recipe, you will need; one tablespoon of beeswax (grated), one teaspoon of honey, four tablespoons of oil (almond), vitamin E capsule, tea tree essential oil, and lavender essential oil.
First, grab a small pan and begin to warm at a low temperature.
Second, place the almond oil and beeswax into the pan.
Third, warm until wax is completely melted.
Fourth, remove the pan from the heat.
Fifth, add honey into the pan.
Sixth, stir until completely mixed.
Seventh, have a glass with a wide mouth that is also small.
Eighth, pour the mixture into the glass.
Ninth, while stirring contents in the glass add a capsule of vitamin E 4,000 IU, eleven drops of tea tree oil and four drops of lavender oil.
Tenth, give it time to cool. 
Eleventh, stir every so often to keep it from breaking.
Twelfth, keep in a cool and dry place.
Thirteenth, apply as needed to lips.
Awesome! Now you have all recipes you will ever need to take care of your lips naturally. The more you do these the easier and more routinely you will do them so you will never run out of balm again!