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  1. 5 stars
    This is fantastic! A friend of mine gave me a Shea and Cocoa Butter Whipped Balm and I’m almost out! I think I could make your recipe! Love the idea of using a small crockpot!

    1. Thanks! Yes, we just started tinting ours last year, my pre-teen girls love it. Very subtle, but still feels like makeup to them!

  2. 5 stars
    Love EVERY LITTLE DETAIL! Those labels are ADORABLE! I’m thinking maybe I can do this and giveaway for Valentine’s Day to teachers and friends.

  3. 5 stars
    Absolutely beautiful site. You have a gift that brings me in! I want to buy everything on this post. Can I say that you have a special and blessed life. Keep doing what you are doing. You are special:) I need a ton more stars to give you:) be blessed.

    1. I just infused oils for the first time to make a salve! Calendula was one of the herbs I used! Thank you for stopping by and commenting!

  4. Hi Jennifer!
    What a great idea to make 3 products from one base recipe! These all look so wonderful! I love making my own balms and salves. I have made lip balm but used the little tins instead of the tubes. I need to try the tubes. 🙂

    I saw your post on The Homestead Hop and I would love to have you share this on Farm Fresh Tuesdays!

    We also have an awesome Sweet Maple Giveaway going on until Monday, Sept 30th! I hope you’ll enter for a chance to win some sweet mapley goodness!

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