Edible Lotion Bars

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Looking for an interesting Romantic Valentines Day or Anniversary Gift? Why not make your own edible warming lotion bars to enjoy a fun, flirty, romantic evening that you won’t soon forget!
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2 oz. beeswax
2 oz. coconut oil
1 oz. cocoa butter
1 tsp flavoring extract

Melt the wax over low heat. Add coconut oil and cocoa butter. Remove from heat and add flavoring extract of your choice. Pour into molds, let solidify and pop out.

These bars “melt” from the heat of your body! If you choose to use colored extract be aware that it could stain clothing, so clear extracts are a better choice!

You can get bottles of just about any flavor extract, or check in the baking aisle of your favorite grocery store. Chocolate extract is fantastic in this recipe!

The dollar store frequently has heart shaped Ice molds around Valentines day and those make adorable sized lotion bars.


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5 Comments

  1. is this really edible? i don’t want to sound stupid, but you never know. i was also wondering if they are, how do they taste?

    the picture suggest chocolate, can :bee:you make them chocolate flavored?

  2. yeah… licking! mah hunny’s been using coconut for dry patches.

    his skin nearly yells for it. making these into cu-it little “favors” should be …. fun ;>

    • how do you figure out the weights if you don’t have a scale? where besides amazon can you fond bees wax

      Beeswax pastilles and bars can be found at nearly all health food stores, co-ops, natural foods stores, etc

      You’ll have to google how many tablespoons in 1 ounce of __(insert ingredient here)_____

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