Step 1: Combine the Candellila Wax, Meadowfoam and Olive Oil in
a heat safe container. Put it in the microwave for 1 minute and 30 seconds then
take it out and stir with a spoon. Repeat 2 more times until the wax is fully
Note: You can also melt the waxes and oils in a double boiler.
Step 2: Stir in the avocado butter until fully incorporated.
Some butters can get grainy if heated to high temperatures so I've just gotten
used to always stirring in the butters. If it starts to cool down too quickly, pop it back into the microwave for 20 seconds until it's
back to a translucent liquid.
Step 3: Mix in the Winter White fragrance oil and Dulse
Extract. Give it a good stir and it's ready to pour into the bail jars.
Pouring Tip: If you open the lids all the way back the jars will tip
over (ack!). In the picture above, I have them half way open so they stand up by
themselves and there's still enough room to pour the balm.
Finishing Tip: A little divot can form in the center as the
balm cools. To achieve a nice smooth top, just gently heat the surface with a
heat gun so some of the melted balm fills in any cracks.
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