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Lava Lamp Lip Gloss Recipe

By Ngscents @ngscents
LAVA LAMP LIP GLOSSRecipe makes 10+ Lava Lamp Lip Gloss TubesCreate some groovy lip gloss that looks like a lava lamp!What You Need:INGREDIENTS:¼ cup Fractionated Coconut Oil1/8 cup Vegetable Glycerin2 ml Strawberry Cheesecake Flavoring Oil2 drops Tomato Red Liquid FUN Soap Colorant which is clearly specified to be used for lip applicationsA pinch of 24K Gold Mica PigmentBlack Roller Ball BottlesTransfer PipettesThe reason you can create a lava look in this lip gloss, is because the glycerin portion (polar portion) of the lip gloss will not mix with the oil base portion (non polar portion). When you turn the lip gloss upside down, these layers will not mix. If you will be selling this product, please label your product according to FDA regulations.Directions:1. Prepare your lava portion of your lip gloss:A. Measure out 1/8 cup of vegetable glycerinB. Add 2 drops of Tomato Red Liquid Fun Soap Colorant.  OR, add a pinch of 24K Gold Mica Pigment to create a liquid gold look.C. Stir well until color is evenly dispersed.D. Fill your roller ball bottles ¼ of the way full of this lava mixture.2. Prepare your Clear Flavored Lip Gloss portion of your lip gloss:A. Measure out ¼ cup of Fractionated Coconut OilB. Add 2 ml. of Strawberry Cheesecake Flavoring OilC. Pour this mixture into your roller ball bottles. Be careful not to overfill or the roller ball will not fit into the bottle.NOTE: When using lip colorants, they need to be cosmetic safe, and approved for lip use. Only some of Our Fun Soap Colorants will work in this recipe; you must read the specifics of each colorant before using in this recipe. Our upcoming lip tints will not work in this recipe because they are castor oil based, and it will ruin the lava affect of this product. Our soap dyes are not approved for lip use, and cannot be used. When using mica pigments, be certain they are safe for use on the lips. Our 24K Gold mica pigment is safe for lip applications.

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