Kool-Aid® Lip Balm and Holiday Gift Guide

These colored lip balms are so fun to make for any woman, young or old! The Kool-Aid® not only gives the lip balms a vibrant color, but also a fun taste. You can even add peppermint essential oil to give your lips a cooling sensation with each use! With the recipe provided below, you can make a big batch of the same color/flavor, or you can get creative and make a bunch of different ones!

[recipe title=”Kool-Aid® Lip Balm” servings=”4–10″ time=”15–30 minutes active; 30 minutes inactive” difficulty=”Easy”]



  1. Using a kitchen scale, measure out the beeswax and cocoa butter, and place in a double boiler. (Note: you can create a double boiler by placing ingredients in a heat-proof glass dish and placing the dish in a water-filled pan.) Heat over low heat until melted.
  2. Meanwhile, place drink mix in a glass dish, and add just enough hot water to make a paste.
  3. Once the beeswax and cocoa butter are melted, add jojoba oil and honey, and keep warming until everything is melted. Let cool slightly, and stir in essential oil if desired.
  4. Add oil mixture to drink mix, and stir/mash with the back of a spoon until it is thoroughly combined.
  5. Place lip balm in a zip-top bag, and snip off a small hole in a corner with scissors. Squeeze the lip balm into the containers by twisting the bag and squeezing down. Tap the container against a hard surface to help it move to the bottom of the container. Continue until the containers are full.
  6. Place containers in fridge until the lip balm has fully cooled.

Note: If you want to make multiple flavors, just prep your drink mix in separate
bowls, and only use 1/8–1/4 tsp. per dish. Then stir in 1/2–1 Tbsp. (7.5–15 ml) of the oil mixture. This should fill 1 lip gloss container or 2 lip balm dispensers.


This recipe was featured in our new online Gift Guide. Take a look at all the other fun recipes and gift ideas! And use this template to print off some fun essential oil-related gift tags.

3 thoughts on “Kool-Aid® Lip Balm and Holiday Gift Guide

  1. Good Morning,
    Normally I love getting your posts, But AT, Really? Kool-Aid? Why would any good mother or Grandmother put artificial flavors or colors in a lip balm for their children or grandchildren? I just got custody of a 6 yo Autistic Granddaughter , and the reason she is doing so much better, is that I have removed all wheat, artificial flavors and colors from her diet. She is a different kid! Much calmer and kinder etc. etc., more focused.
    Forgive me for being so blunt but you are way off base on this one! Let’s stick to the natural…

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