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How to Make a Moisturizing, All-Natural Beard Balm at Home! Full Guide of 2024

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We know how important it is to look and feel your best. That’s why we’ve created this easy-to-follow guide on how to make beard balm.

This all natural recipe uses only the highest quality ingredients, so you can be sure that you’re treating your facial hair with the care it deserves.

We’ll walk you through every step of making a custom beard balm from start to finish – from selecting essential oils for scent, melting down waxes and oils over low heat, preparing a double boiler, pouring into containersu2026you name it!

With our help and guidance, creating a personalized grooming product has never been easier or more rewarding!

Benefits of Diy Beard Balm

how to make beard balmWe’re here to talk about the benefits of DIY beard balm and how to make it. Making your own beard balm allows you to control exactly what goes into it, like choosing organic ingredients or adding therapeutic grade essential oils.

Control Ingredients

We carefully select the ingredients in our DIY beard balm to ensure a product that’s all-natural, moisturizing, and not greasy. We use olive oil, coconut oil, beeswax, and essential oils of your choice for scent profiles.

Jojoba Oil can be used to adjust ingredient ratios. Substituting beeswax with candelilla wax is a great vegan alternative. A double boiler is recommended when melting these ingredients together. Adding Vitamin E oil helps condition the skin beneath your facial hair.

Essential oils are added last along with other fragrances of choice before pouring into tins or mason jars.

Add Essential Oils

We add the perfect blend of therapeutic grade essential oils to our homemade beard balm, allowing it to tantalize your senses and leave you feeling like a king!

When crafting an aromatic blend for our DIY beard balms, we must consider the right carrier oil as well as blending ratios. We should also pay attention to labeling tips in order ensure safety and quality control when using essential oils.

The best way to approach this is by first researching which are the best essential oils for men’s beard care products that have healing qualities suited specifically for facial hair before experimenting with different blends or concentrations until achieving exactly what we want out of a particular product.

Our goal is always creating something special that will keep beards looking their absolute best while reaping maximum benefits from every single use!

Ingredients for Diy Beard Balm

Ingredients for Diy Beard BalmWe are going to talk about the ingredients used in DIY Beard Balm. This popular product is made with oils such as jojoba oil, shea butter and argan oil; beeswax for a thicker consistency; essential oils for scent and therapeutic properties; and Vitamin E Oil which helps condition skin.

All of these natural ingredients work together to create an effective balm that can be used daily.


Let’s treat our beards to the best of nature’s offerings with a luxurious blend of nourishing oils! Cleaning oils are essential for beard care. When buying in bulk, it’s important to check that they haven’t been diluted or mixed with any other ingredients.

Storage solutions, such as glass jars and bottles, can help keep your oils fresh for longer periods of time. Combining different oils together can create unique blends tailored specifically to your needs.

Not only does this combination provide intense hydration, but it also helps promote healthy growth in the beard hair while protecting against environmental damage caused by free radicals due to its antioxidant properties.

Buying smaller amounts at first is recommended until you find what works best – usually around one ounce per jar will do just fine before making larger batches when needed over time.

With these tips in mind, let’s now move on from discussing the perfect mix of cleansing and conditioning oils into how beeswax factors into creating a DIY Beard Balm recipe.


Let’s get started on our DIY Beard Balm with the addition of beeswax – an all-natural, sustainable ingredient that not only provides a protective barrier for your facial fuzz but also helps to keep it in tip top condition!

Beeswax is sourced from honeycombs and left over from the harvesting process. It has minimal environmental impact as bees are natural producers of wax, making this one of nature’s gifts. Its health benefits include moisturizing properties which help keep hair healthy and give its softness; it can even be used as aromatherapy due to its fragrant scent.

The making process requires you to melt the wax using a double boiler before stirring in essential oils with a metal whisk for added fragrance and conditioning benefits. If you’re looking for vegan alternatives, candelilla wax may be used instead; however this won’t have any therapeutic or aromatic effects like those found in real beeswax products which contain naturally occurring components such as propolis oil.

By incorporating these ingredients into your homemade beard balm recipe, you’ll enjoy great results without having fear about what goes onto your skin!

Essential Oils

Let’s add some essential oils to our DIY Beard Balm for a hint of woodsy fragrance and additional conditioning benefits!

There are many reasons why adding essential oils can be beneficial, such as aromatherapy blends, carrier oils, beard growth, and beard types.

For the best results when making DIY balms at home, it’s important to use therapeutic grade essential oil to ensure their effectiveness.

There are two ways of incorporating these into your formula: either using a pre-blended combination or creating your own custom blend by combining multiple single note aromas on the stove top or even room temperature with carrier oil such as jojoba oil.

This allows you to create an optimal blend that works specifically for different types of facial hair – from light stubble all the way up through long full beards – as well as promoting healthy beard growth depending on which type of Essential Oil is chosen.

Of course, if you prefer not going down this route, then there are plenty of pre-made homemade recipes out there that incorporate beeswax with other ingredients like shea butter and vitamin E along with various concentrated combinations available online where no mixing is required!

With careful consideration, we can carefully craft our own unique blend and go down this DIY route while also experiencing all the great benefits associated with natural products such as ours.

Jojoba Oil

As a part of our homemade beard balm recipe, we use jojoba oil to give our manly facial hair the nourishment and conditioning it needs. Jojoba is an ideal choice for this DIY project due to its many beneficial properties.

It’s considered one of the best carrier oils as it has similar qualities to sebum which naturally lubricates skin and hair follicles on humans, making it very effective in taming unruly beards and giving them a healthy shine without being greasy.

The natural moisturizing benefits make jojoba oil perfect for hydrating both facial skin underneath your beard as well as your whiskers themselves, while also helping prevent split ends from forming.

Additionally, its anti-inflammatory properties help reduce itching associated with having dry or irritated skin under beards that don’t get enough moisture or attention – unlike other essential oils used in this recipe like cedarwood or lavender which can prove too harsh when applied directly onto sensitive areas like faces!

Finally, because of how high quality jojoba is compared to alternatives such as almond oil, you can rest assured knowing that what you’re putting into your body (and face) are safe ingredients free from any toxins that could potentially harm you down the line if ingested over time through grooming activities like combing out food particles trapped inside those long hairs!

As beeswax melts along with all these wonderful elements together, they create a powerful concoction designed specifically for maintaining luxurious looking locks fit only kings would covet – ready now take flight towards greatness?

Shea Butter

Together with jojoba oil, we include shea butter to further enhance the nourishing and conditioning properties of our DIY beard balm, giving your facial hair a luxurious shine without being greasy.

We suggest sourcing organic shea butter for its beneficial compounds like oleic acid and stearic acid that help moisturize skin as well as providing natural UV protection. Shea has also been known to add subtle scent variations depending on the type used in recipes.

With just four tablespoons of beeswax combined with 4-5 drops of vitamin E oil and 10 drops of other essential oils added into melted ingredients such as olive or coconut oil, you’ll be able to make an incredible DIY beard balm right from home! Natural alternatives can also be found if you don’t want to use beeswax – candelilla wax is a great vegan option.

And now that all your ingredients are prepped, let’s move onto Beeswax…

Argan Oil

We love to add argan oil to our DIY beard balm because it’s high in antioxidant content, packed with essential fatty acids and Vitamin E, and said to reduce wrinkles by up to 45%.

Argan oil is a popular choice among DIYers who make homemade beard balms. It can moisturize hair follicles while providing nutrients that can help strengthen them.

Argan oil comes from the kernels of the argan tree, which grows mainly wild in Morocco but is now being sustainably sourced worldwide. There are several types of argan oils available, ranging from light blends meant for skincare uses to heavy-duty vegan-friendly versions made mostly with plant derivatives as opposed to animal products like lanolin or beeswax.

At The Herbeevore, we recommend Zoe olive oils as they offer quality options at an affordable price point.

Alternatives such as candelilla wax can also be used if you’re looking for a vegan option when making your own homemade DIY beard balm recipe.

Vitamin E Oil

We love to use Vitamin E oil in our DIY beard balm, as it helps lock in moisture and strengthens hair follicles for a healthier-looking, nourished mane.

Not only does it add an extra layer of protection against the elements but also contains antioxidant properties that provide added benefits when used topically on skin or facial hair.

Adding this oil to your batch of beard balm is an easy way to reap its rewards; all you have to do is substitute sweet potato with vitamin e oil!

It’s not just limited for use in homemade hand soap either – try using it as part of a nightly skincare routine for any bearded guy out there looking for softer skin beneath his chinny-chin-chin.

To make sure your blends are balanced and effective, remember that less can sometimes be more – go sparingly at first until you find what works best with each individual application!

Equipment for Diy Beard Balm

Equipment for Diy Beard BalmWe’re here to discuss the necessary equipment for making your own DIY beard balm. You’ll need a saucepan, a glass measuring cup, a grater and either a metal tin or mason jar for storage.


We need a saucepan to melt all the ingredients together for our DIY beard balm, so let’s get cooking!

When looking for a suitable saucepan to make your own homemade beard balm, it’s important to consider things like size and material. Smaller pans are ideal as you’ll be working with smaller quantities of wax and oil ratios – too much heat can cause some of the oils used in this recipe (like coconut or argan) to burn quickly.

It’s also essential that you select a container which won’t release toxins into your product when heated – stainless steel or glass are good choices here.

With all these considerations taken care of, we can move onto selecting an appropriate container for pouring our melted mixture into before it cools down and solidifies.

Glass Measuring Cup

We’ll need a glass measuring cup to accurately measure out our ingredients for the perfect DIY beard balm, so let’s get started!

When making a double boiler, it’s important to choose the right size of glass measuring cup. A wide mouth allows you room to stir, and grating beeswax is easier when it isn’t crowded in the container.

After pouring your mixture into separate storage containers, you can add therapeutic grade essential oils at this time if desired. But be sure that they’re suitable for topical use, as too much may cause skin irritation or allergic reactions.

Now that we have all of our ingredients ready (plus a handful of high-quality items), it’s time to start melting them together! It’s best not to take too long with this process – just enough heat should do – but don’t forget about stirring consistently throughout while everything melts together nicely in the glass container.

Once finished adding oils and essential oil blends, pour into your storage tin or mason jar before letting cool and solidify over a good amount of time – usually two hours minimum will be needed before covering with a lid.

Then apply a dime-sized amount after showering each day and distribute evenly onto facial hair using hands.


We’ll need a grater to finely shave off bits of beeswax for our DIY beard balm, so let’s get started! When it comes to selecting the right type and size of grater for your project, there are a few things you should consider.

First up is safety – make sure that whatever you choose has handles or grips that will provide stability as well as protection from sharp edges.

Secondly, think about what types and sizes of ingredients you’ll be working with: smaller pieces require finer gratings while larger chunks can be tackled by bigger tools.

Lastly, decide on an aesthetic preference; do you prefer stainless steel or plastic? Do any extra features like non-slip feet appeal to your bearded hubby?

Once all these factors have been taken into account, it’s time to move onto the next step – gathering essential oils and vegetable oils such as jojoba oil, almond oil, shea butter, and argan oil.

These natural products work together in harmony when creating this handmade hair treatment product, so don’t forget to measure out each ingredient accurately using glass measuring cups before pouring them into cosmetic jars for storage!

Metal Tin or Mason Jar

We’ll be sealing our handcrafted beard balm in a metal tin or mason jar, symbolizing the perfect combination of protection and style. Depending on your preference, you may choose between circular metal tins or standard mason jars available in various sizes.

The type of wax used will determine which container is more suitable for the product; beeswax creates firmer textures so tins are ideal while softer oils such as jojoba oil go best with glass jars.

In terms of durability and air-tightness, both types provide effective containment against essential oils leaking out over time due to their ability to seal off from external elements when secured tightly with a lid that has been crimped onto them by using a metal spoon.

Moving forward we will need one final piece of equipment: A Glass Measuring Cup.

Recommended Essential Oils for MenWe’ve compiled a list of essential oils that are perfect for making your own DIY beard balm. Cedarwood, sandalwood, lavender and peppermint all provide unique benefits to make the ultimate beard conditioner.

These woodsy scents help promote healthy facial hair growth while also providing nourishment for skin underneath the beard.


Let’s give our homemade beard balm a woodsy scent with the addition of cedarwood essential oil! Cedarwood is often used as an aromatherapy ingredient due to its calming, comforting aroma that can help reduce stress and tension.

Not only does it have a pleasant smell, but it also has many beneficial properties for skin and hair care. Its antiseptic, astringent qualities make it perfect for treating acne-prone skin or dry scalp conditions like dandruff.

Additionally, cedarwood can be blended with other sweeter smelling oils such as lavender or sandalwood to create complex scents that are unique and intriguing yet still masculine enough for men’s products like lip balm or facial moisturizer too.

The benefits of making homemade beard balm are numerous; not only will you know exactly what ingredients you’re using on your face each day but adding therapeutic grade essential oils (like cedarwood) provides additional benefits beyond just the great smell of this natural product!


By combining sandalwood essential oil with other natural ingredients, we can create a unique and masculine scent for our homemade beard balm. This balm not only provides calming aromatherapy benefits but also nourishes our skin.

Sandalwood has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries due to its antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties.

Here’s what you need to know about using sandalwood:

  • It is one of the best ingredients for DIY beard wax recipes as it doesn’t require exact words or expensive equipment. Just use a double boiler!
  • The benefits of using sandalwood include relaxation, improved focus, enhanced moods, better sleep patterns, increased energy levels throughout the day, and more importantly, fewer stress hormones circulating in your body!
  • Look out for organic grade sources with high ratings to ensure top quality. It gets the beekeeper’s husband seal of approval!

With these tips in mind, you have all you need to make a luxurious smelling homemade beard balm that any man would love – even yours truly!


We love adding lavender essential oil to our DIY beard balm for its calming and soothing properties! Lavender is a great choice for men looking to reduce skin irritation, promote growth benefits, and enjoy the fragrant aromatherapy effects.

Not only does lavender make your own therapeutic grade beard balm smell fantastic, but it can also help with inflammation caused by skin care issues like acne or eczema. Plus, just a few drops of high-quality lavender added to our easy DIY beeswax beard balm recipe supplies amazing fragrance options that will last all day long without being overwhelming.

And if you’re vegan, don’t worry – simply substitute out the beeswax in favor of some carnauba wax when crafting your Beard Balm Recipe Vegan alternative!

Transitioning seamlessly into Sandalwood’s unique benefits…


Peppering your homemade beard balm with a few drops of peppermint essential oil will leave you feeling invigorated and refreshed while providing an energizing aromatherapy scent! The refreshing, minty aroma is not only great for masking any unpleasant odors but also offers topical therapeutic benefits that promote healthy hair growth.

Not to mention, the natural ingredients found in DIY recipes like this one are free from harsh chemicals and additives.

Whether it’s just a small saucepan over low heat or adding more essential oils such as sandalwood into the mix – we’ve got all the right advice when it comes down to making your very own custom blend of beard oil.

Instructions for Diy Beard Balm

Instructions for Diy Beard BalmWe’re here to show you how to make your own homemade beard balm! To start, create a makeshift double boiler and mix the essential oils in a separate container. Then melt the ingredients on low heat while adding both oils and essential oils before pouring the mixture into its storage container of choice.

Allow for it to cool and solidify for at least two hours before covering with a lid, after which point apply dime-sized amount onto your freshly washed beard – just be aware that too much will make it glisten; if you have an especially short beard then only use about a pea-sized amount as longer beards may require more balm.

Make Double Boiler

Let’s get started on this homemade project and create our very own custom blend of beard oil using a double boiler! This method will ensure that the wax-based beard balm is evenly melted without burning or sticking.

Plus, with a makeshift double boiler, it eliminates many safety precautions compared to an open flame while still providing efficient heat distribution.

Making your own DIY Beard Balm at home can also be an economical cost savings and time investment when compared to store-bought products, which are often filled with artificial ingredients.

Not only does this versatile concoction provide nourishment for facial hair growth, but it also conditions skin as well as adding essential vitamins to keep locks looking healthy all year long.

Mix Essential Oils

Let’s get our essential oils ready for the recipe by mixing them in a separate container first! This will ensure an even distribution of aromas and beneficial properties throughout your homemade beard balm.

Blending tips may include combining ratios, using carrier oils to dilute stronger scents, and selecting different scent blends to create unique aromas. To make larger batches, you’ll want a larger sized bowl or jar – we recommend free pdf printables of the dirty dozen available online if you’re concerned with safety measures when handling essential oils.

If you’re looking for more sustainable alternatives, vegan plant-based options are also available such as candelilla wax which is derived from shrubs native to certain parts of Mexico. It can provide natural moisturizing benefits while still providing light woodsy scents that men love.

With these helpful suggestions in mind, it’s time now to prepare the other ingredients needed before pouring into storage containers!

Melt Ingredients on Low Heat

Let’s get started by melting the ingredients on low heat to make a smooth and creamy mixture! Making a double boiler is an easy way of doing this, as it allows us to safely melt beeswax without risking any flammability.

As we use all natural ingredients in our balm recipe, heating time should only take about 10 minutes – just long enough for the organic coconut oil, jojoba oil, shea butter and beeswax to combine into one hot pot.

For vegan alternatives such as candelilla wax instead of beeswax, you can also use them with great results. This ensures that everyone has the opportunity to make their own basic beard balm using simple ingredients found around your kitchen or bought from most health food stores online.

Plus, you’ll know exactly how much balm you’re putting in each tin or jar!

Add Oils and Essential Oils

We now stir in the essential and carrier oils to create a fragrant, nourishing beard balm that’ll leave your manly facial hair looking dapper!

Creating recipes is one of our favorite DIY projects because it allows us to benefit from the therapeutic grade essential oils while also styling our beards.

We’ve carefully selected a special blend of oils for this recipe, adding an additional layer of skincare benefits not found when using store-bought products.

Last time, we used large jars of this organic coconut oil along with beeswax, shea butter, argan oil, and Vitamin E Oil to make a great daily beard conditioner.

Each type of carrier oil has its own unique properties, making them ideal for use in homemade beauty products like this one, where they can be combined together into their own special mix or blend for maximum effectiveness!

Pour Mixture Into Container

We carefully pour the melted mixture into our chosen container, ensuring that all of the therapeutic grade essential oils and carrier oils are evenly distributed. We take extra care to make sure that any scent preferences of the person making this balm are taken into account, as well as beard shape, combing tips for styling options.

To ensure easy application, we recommend using wide mouth glass jars or metal tins like those used by bees to store honeycomb cells. Additionally, a vegan alternative to beeswax called candelillia wax can be used in place of bee’s wax in a DIY Beard Balm Recipe if desired.

Oils such as olive oil and coconut oil provide nourishment for your skin while shea butter helps moisturize and condition it; Vitamin E oil is also included for added conditioning benefits.

With everything ready at hand, it’s time to mix up these ingredients together properly with an eye on creating a unique personal scent preference before pouring them into the container.

Let Balm Cool and Solidify

We let the balm cool and solidify for a few hours, ironically taking our time to ‘grow’ an even more luxurious beard.

During this cooling period, we had the ability to customize our product with fragrance options as well as adjust ingredient proportions depending on desired textural differences or strength variations.

We could also use trial and error during our second round of cooking if we wanted a fancy expensive beard balm that would make us look like lumberjacks!

After waiting patiently in front of jars full of wax melting away over hot water baths, it was finally time to mix essential oils into the warm mixture before pouring it into tins or jars for storage.

Apply Dime-sized Amount

Once the balm had cooled and solidified, it was time to apply a dime-sized amount to our beards. We applied this semi-solid waxy product with care and made sure we spread it evenly over our facial hair.

Its moisturizing effects were immediately felt as essential oils like cedarwood, sandalwood, lavender, and peppermint combined with natural ingredients like jojoba oil, shea butter, or argan oil for maximum benefits.

Furthermore, the high amount of beeswax in this DIY alternative allowed us to use less wax than usual while still achieving great results when applying it from one of Amazon’s wide mouth glass jars provided by Anthony’s Organics Shea Butter for both kinds of uses: softening skin or styling facial hair.

With such amazing results after application came many other ideas on what else could be done using this same kind of wax – making leather conditioner, lip balm, furniture polish, headache balm, and so much more!

Allowing ourselves mastery over our own products is something truly special, which makes every beard look just a little bit better each day thanks to these fantastic DIY alternatives available online!

Too Much Balm Will Make Beard Glisten

We soon discovered that a little goes a long way with our DIY beard balm, as too much of the wax-based mixture left us looking like we had just stepped out of an oil painting. To avoid this issue, it’s important to control how much you apply and experiment with natural substitutes if needed.

Before making your own balm, make sure to test for allergies and use organic ingredients such as avocado oil or cocoa butter in place of traditional oils like coconut or olive when possible.

Whether using beeswax or one of its vegan alternatives like candelilla wax – remember that no matter what type you choose, the state must be melted before adding essential oils into each container so they can mix properly.

Lastly, don’t forget about skin moisturizing benefits which come along with these homemade recipes.

Pea-sized Amount for Short Beard

We’ve found that for shorter beards, a pea-sized amount of our DIY beard balm is enough to keep your facial hair looking great all day.

Not only will you have the benefit of knowing exactly what’s in it by using natural ingredients like coconut oil and shea butter, but you can also customize scent combinations or intensity depending on your allergies or preferences.

Plus, when used correctly, this easy DIY beard balm recipe gives longer-lasting results than store-bought products with choices of butter like Anthony’s Organics, which are specifically designed for men’s skincare needs.

When making any homemade product, safety should be top priority, so we suggest using the safest way possible, such as a double boiler setup, to melt beeswax along with jars of this organic coconut oil from Zoe Olive Oil and other essential oils if desired before pouring into storage containers and letting cool completely prior to covering with lids.

Longer Beards May Require More Balm

For those of us with longer beards, we may need to use a bit more of our homemade balm to keep it looking and feeling great. When making the beard balm, herbal alternatives like jojoba oil or argan oil can help provide additional nourishment for your beard maintenance needs.

Furthermore, depending on the length of your beard, you’ll need extra product to style it properly – jars of this organic coconut oil are an excellent choice here! For moisturizing options, try adding some type of butter such as shea butter, which comes from a local beekeeper’s farm and adds even more entrepreneurial side into the mix.

Additionally, vitamin E oils are also beneficial when creating your own balm due to their ability to condition both skin and hair follicles without leaving behind any greasy residue that other styling products might have on your lumberjack-esque look! To get started, simply melt all ingredients together using double boiler techniques before stirring in essential oils for added scent.

After that step has been completed, pour mixture into storage container(s) letting cool until solidifying then cover with lids – now you’re ready to start using DIY Beard Balms on a daily basis!

Extra Balm Can Be Used to Moisturize Skin

We can use any extra balm on our hands to give us a luxurious moisturizing experience! DIY alternatives are perfect for those of us looking to hydrate and style our beards with natural ingredients.

Beeswax is the main ingredient in many beard balms, but there are various vegan options such as candelilla wax that provide great results. You’ll need jars of this organic coconut oil, beeswax or another alternative wax type, shea butter and essential oils to make your very best beard balm at home.

Reviews rave about the final product from using these ingredients – it’s good stuff! To create your own unique blend for skin hydration purposes just mix up some essential oils into a separate container before you melt down your other ingredients on low heat in a makeshift double boiler.

Follow the instructions carefully and you will have created an amazing homemade solution sure to keep everyone happy because we all know how important it is take care of ourselves with only the very best products!

Other Diy Beeswax Recipes

Other Diy Beeswax RecipesWe’ve all heard about the benefits of DIY beard balm, but what if you want to use your leftover beeswax for something else? Don’t worry – there are plenty of other DIY recipes that utilize this incredible ingredient! From leather conditioner and lip balm to furniture polish and headache balms, the possibilities for using up your excess beeswax are endless.

Leather Conditioner

Let’s craft a luxurious leather conditioner from the same DIY beeswax blend used for our beard balm! Leather care is an essential part of maintaining any item made with animal products, and natural waxes like beeswax are key to keeping it in top shape.

Beeswax has some incredible benefits when added to leather items such as helping repel dirt and water while still allowing the material to breathe. It also adds extra shine and luster that can’t be achieved with regular polish alone.

Our recipe includes olive oil, coconut oil, shea butter, Vitamin E oil along with 10 drops of your chosen essential oils making it suitable for vegan alternatives too! To use this homemade mix, you’ll simply need a clean cloth or brush – no fancy tools required here – then rub the mixture into the leather item until it’s fully covered but not oversaturated.

The result will be noticeably softer than before plus long-lasting protection against damage due to everyday wear & tear; special man approved, we might add.

Lip Balm

Let’s make a moisturizing lip balm with the same all-natural beeswax blend we used for our luxurious homemade beard balm!

To get started, you’ll need organic coconut oil, essential oil blend of your choice, small plastic push up tubes and some Ultraviolet glass jars to store it in.

First, melt down ¼ cup of organic coconut oil with equal amounts (¼ cup) of natural beeswax in a double boiler on low heat. Once melted, add 10 drops each of Vitamin E Oil and Essential Oils to give it an extra kick.

Then quickly pour the mixture into separate UV glass containers or push up tubes before it starts to solidify again.

With this easy DIY project, you can have your own customized lip balm that not only adds moisture but also gives skin health benefits from using quality ingredients like our natural beard balm recipe does!

Furniture Polish

Let’s take the same natural beeswax blend we used for our DIY beard balm and use it to make a furniture polish that will leave your wooden surfaces gleaming! We can get creative with this process, providing natural alternatives such as candelilla wax or organic coconut oil instead of traditional beeswax.

This is a great way to conserve resources while still having chemical-free solutions that won’t harm you or your family. For best results, have an already blended essential oil blend on hand, but feel free to customize with any type of essential oil you like.

To start making the furniture polish, put all ingredients into a saucepan over low heat in double boiler fashion until completely melted together. Then pour the mixture into small containers and cover each one tightly with a closed lid after it has cooled down enough not to burn yourself when handling them later on.

With just these simple steps, you’ll be able to enjoy beautiful woodwork around the house, knowing it was treated only by safe and natural materials!

Headache Balm

Let’s take our natural beeswax blend and apply it to creating a headache balm that’ll help soothe those nagging aches!

A homemade headache balm with herbal remedies is an easy way to manage stress levels, along with pain relief. The core ingredients for this recipe include organic coconut oil and beeswax, combined in different ratios depending on the desired consistency of the product.

For smaller batches, try using different carrier oils such as almond oil or jojoba oil to tame unruly beard hairs while adding moisture at the same time. Adding essential oils can also provide additional benefits like aromatherapy effects – lavender being one of the most popular choices for calming headaches naturally.

Creating your own headache balm is simple enough; just mix together all required ingredients in a double boiler until melted before pouring into containers of choice and letting cool at room temperature overnight before use or gifting away!

With some patience and planning ahead, you’ll have yourself perfectly customized beauty products made from home whenever needed – no more expensive store-bought lip care needed here!

Beeswax Information

Beeswax InformationWe recommend using organic cosmetic-grade beeswax when making DIY beard balm. Not only can this wax be used for your beard, it can also be applied as a skin product like lip balm or furniture polish.

We recommend using organic cosmetic-grade beeswax for maximum benefit and quality when making your own DIY beard balm! Not only is it a great substitute for the conventional vegan alternatives, but it’s natural benefits can also be enjoyed.

Sources of this beeswax include jars of organic coconut oil. This not only makes for an educational experience in creating products with high-quality ingredients, but also provides a finished product that is worth all the effort.

Using this type of wax will ensure that you get to enjoy all of these advantages while crafting recipes like homemade beard balm:

  • Strong moisturizing properties from essential oils
  • A subtle woodsy scent from cedar or pine essential oils
  • Conditioning and nourishing skin with shea butter or olive oil
  • Vegan alternative – candelilla wax as opposed to traditional beeswax

This type of wax allows users access to various organic materials at their disposal which they can use for different purposes such as leather conditioning or even lip balms.

Beeswax Can Be Used for Other Skin Products

We can use our beeswax for so much more than just DIY beard balm – it’s perfect for making all kinds of skin-loving products like lip balms and leather conditioner! Beeswax is a happy accident that’s been used in production techniques since the dawn of time.

It’s flammable, but when heated properly with a double boiler it’ll provide us with the best consistency to make lush beards. We don’t need a lot of carrier oils because beeswax helps hold everything together nicely.

Lip balms are made by mixing melted beeswax into an oil blend before pouring them into tins or tubes, while leather conditioners require melting the wax down and stirring until it reaches desired consistency before applying to furniture or other items needing conditioning protection from wear and tear.

Headache balm uses this miracle ingredient too – mixed with essential oils at low heat then poured into containers once cooled slightly creates quite possibly the world’s most heavenly headache remedy!

With these fun recipes, we can create anything from luxurious facial creams to amazing hair pomades using only natural ingredients – including our trusty old friend, pure organic cosmetic grade bee’s wax!

Beeswax is Flammable

We need to be cautious when heating beeswax, since it’s highly flammable and we don’t want our DIY dreams going up in smoke! Beeswax Safety is an important factor for any homemade recipe.

It’s harvested from honeycombs after being created by the bees themselves as a protection against light rays and other environmental factors. As such, it has natural skin benefits due to its protective qualities that make it great for creating DIY products like beard balm.

Fortunately, there are alternatives available if you’re not comfortable with using this potentially dangerous ingredient – candelilla wax is a vegetable-based alternative that can still provide many of the same benefits without worrying about potential fire hazards or accidents while harvesting practices remain relevant when considering sourcing ingredients responsibly and ethically.

Beyond safety concerns though, organic cosmetic grade beeswax offers powerful combination of moisturization along with long-term conditioning effects making it suitable even for daily use – something that The Herbeevore’s meticulous tester (aka her husband) appreciates every time he reaches into his jar of this organic coconut oil mixed with all these rest of the beard balm ingredients!

This powerhouse combination ensures his facial hair remains soft yet well groomed throughout each day. So, it only makes sense naturally to discuss how ‘Beeswax Can Be Used For Other Skin Products’ given its properties discussed here today.

Beeswax is Made by Bees

We, as beekeepers, are well aware that beeswax is produced by honeybees for the purpose of creating and capping off hexagonal cells. They use these cells to store their honey, and this natural wax helps protect the stored food from external elements such as heat or moisture.

The process of making this wax is essential to pollination, which helps keep our bee population alive and thriving. This is especially important given how Colony Collapse Disorder has been affecting hives worldwide in recent years.

With jars of this organic coconut oil on hand, we can easily make all-natural products like beard balm right at home with a simple recipe. It’s easy to see why beeswax is so popular among DIYers! Not only does it add texture, but its nourishing properties help keep herbs hydrated too.

By understanding how beeswax works, we’re able to use it in more ways than one; not just for facial hair care but other skin products too.

General Information

General InformationWe have created a recipe for DIY Beard Balm that is inspired by the creator’s husband and his lumberjack beard. It uses all-natural ingredients with a subtle scent, including Candelilla wax as a vegan alternative to beeswax, Shea Butter and Vitamin E oil for moisturizing benefits.

Inspired by Creator’s Husband

We, as beekeepers and DIYers alike, were inspired by the creator’s husband to craft this all-natural beard balm. It’s a unique concoction that utilizes beeswax to create a product with nourishing properties.

With only jars of organic coconut oil and specific essential oils needed for its specific functions, we knew it was the only thing capable of addressing our friend’s particular issue with his first time growing out his beard.

We found ourselves standing at our kitchen counters, carefully adding just the right amount of essential oils for their intended effects while stirring together these ingredients over low heat.

Uses All-natural Ingredients

Crafting this all-natural beard balm, we used only the finest ingredients to ensure our friend’s facial hair was properly maintained and groomed. We incorporated beeswax, coconut oil, olive oil, shea butter, and Vitamin E for their natural benefits of promoting healthy skin as well as aiding in hair growth.

The DIY Benefits to creating our own balm were that we knew exactly what went into it and could add therapeutic grade essential oils for added aromatherapy effects. For easy application, we recommended wide-mouth glass jars with lids so that one can easily scoop out a pea-sized amount without making a mess or risking contamination of the product inside.

An important thing to remember when crafting any type of homemade beauty products is to make sure you use quality materials – no cutting corners! This will not only ensure your friends have safe products but also makes an incredible gift they won’t forget anytime soon!

Candelilla Wax is Vegan Alternative to Beeswax

We also offer a vegan alternative to beeswax, the Candelilla wax, for those looking to avoid animal-based products while still getting all of the benefits of crafting their own beard balm. This wax is derived from plants and can be easily melted in order to create your own fragrance blends as well as promote skin health.

The natural ingredients used in this recipe provide an added layer of protection against irritation or dryness that can sometimes occur when using regular store-bought beard balms with synthetic fragrances and preservatives.

Not only is Candelilla wax a great way to keep your manly locks looking healthy but it’s also easy on the wallet too! Not having to purchase expensive beeswax makes this DIY project more cost-effective, which means there’s no need to sacrifice quality when creating something special for yourself or someone else close by! Plus, you’ll have peace of mind knowing exactly what goes into each batch since it contains strictly plant-based materials – perfect for achieving maximum results without worrying about possible allergies associated with traditional bee products like honeycomb cells.

So, go ahead and give us a try today – we promise amazing results every time!

Recipe Creator Encourages Feedback

We encourage everyone who crafts their own beard balm with our recipe to leave a rating and comment or tag us on Instagram, so we can continue to improve the products we create! Not only will it help us refine the product, but by leaving feedback, you’re helping out other DIY-ers who are looking for tips about styling techniques, health benefits of various ingredients, and reviews of different products.

Having an active community is key when crafting your own beard balm. It ensures all users have access to up-to-date information on what works best for achieving maximum growth. By using all-natural ingredients in our recipe such as beeswax and shea butter, men get a woodsy scent while avoiding any greasy feel after application.

Our special blend also includes olive oil combined with Vitamin E oil, which helps condition both hair follicles and skin cells without being overly fragrant or oily. We want every man using this product to have ultimate control over his facial hair’s look while still keeping his face moisturized.

Recipe is Great for Personal Use or as a Gift

We believe that crafting your own DIY beard balm with our recipe is great for both personal use and as a special gift. It’s perfect for any man in your life. Not only will you save money by creating this product at home, but also time management becomes much easier when you can make the item on demand instead of running to the store every few weeks or months.

Plus, essential oil blends tailored specifically to individual allergies are within reach now thanks to having control over what goes into each batch of balm! Gift giving ideas can be easily created using the same ingredients just by adding different scents or textures which makes them completely unique and one-of-a-kind gifts that won’t break anyone’s budget.

Allergy considerations have never been easier when customizing products like these because all natural ingredients are used without harsh chemicals or dyes.

Recipe is Moisturizing and Not Greasy

We ensure that our DIY beard balm is nourishing and never oily, making it perfect for daily use. Our recipe includes all-natural ingredients such as beeswax, olive oil, coconut oil, and shea butter. These ingredients provide key nutrients to keep your facial hair healthy. Vitamin E oil adds additional conditioning benefits, while essential oils give the balm a light fragrance without being overwhelming or greasy.

We also include tips on how to apply the balm properly. This ensures that you get just the right amount for styling and maintenance without feeling weighed down by product buildup.

Recipe Includes Shea Butter and Vitamin E Oil

We’ve included shea butter and Vitamin E oil in our balm to ensure maximum nourishment for your facial hair, leaving it moisturized and healthy. Both ingredients are natural oils that can help condition the skin while providing essential vitamins and minerals for optimal beard growth.

Shea butter is a great emollient which helps protect from dryness, itching or irritation of the skin caused by grooming or cold weather conditions. Vitamin E oil helps increase circulation to promote healthy hair growth as well as soften beard hairs naturally without being greasy.

Our recipe includes all-natural ingredients like beeswax, olive oil, coconut oil, candelilla wax (for those seeking vegan alternatives) and woodsy essential oils such as cedarwood or sandalwood – perfect for creating a subtle fragrance!

The combination makes this an ideal product to use on a daily basis whether you’re looking to make it yourself at home or give it away as a gift idea!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How often should I use the beard balm?

We often get asked how often you should use homemade beard balm. The answer depends on a few factors such as the length of your beard, your skin sensitivity, and whether you are using a store-bought or natural product.

Generally speaking, we recommend applying dime-sized amounts of balm after showering and distributing evenly throughout the day for shorter beards while longer beards may require more product. It’s important to do an allergy test if using essential oils to avoid any potential reactions due to sensitivities.

What is the shelf life of the beard balm?

We’ve all heard of DIY alternatives for just about anything these days, and beard balm is no exception. When it comes to storage options and expiration dates, there are a few things to consider when choosing the right product for you.

Generally speaking, homemade beard balms should be stored in airtight containers like metal tins or mason jars with labels that clearly specify the ingredients used as well as an expiration date if applicable.

Can I use a different wax instead of beeswax?

We know that organic beeswax is a great choice for making DIY beard balm, but did you know that there are vegan alternatives available too?

If you’re looking to make your own skin care products without the use of beeswax, we recommend candelilla wax. This vegetable-based wax is made from the candelilla shrub and can be used in place of organic cosmetic grade beeswax.

It’s always important to take safety precautions when melting ingredients with double boilers or hot water baths – so if you decide to try this alternative method, make sure not to overheat your mixture!

Are the ingredients safe for sensitive skin?

We understand how important it is to have a beard balm that’s safe for sensitive skin. That’s why we’ve gone the extra mile to ensure our DIY Beard Balm recipe offers allergy considerations, organic alternatives, and essential oil options.

All of our ingredients are natural, gentle on the skin, and free from harsh chemicals. Olive oil, coconut oil, beeswax (or candelilla wax if vegan), shea butter, and vitamin E all make up this moisturizing yet non-greasy concoction.

To keep everyone safe while using these products, we also suggest applying a small amount at first, as well as following safety tips when handling essential oils.

What is the best way to apply the beard balm?

We couldn’t be more excited to share with you the best way to apply our DIY Beard Balm! Applying beard balm is a breeze, and it’s the ultimate secret for keeping your facial hair looking its absolute best.

The trick is finding that perfect balance between too much and not enough – a pea sized amount is all you need for an ultra-short beard, while longer ones may require slightly more.

To make sure your face stays super smooth, spread it evenly after showering by using gentle strokes in the direction of hairs’ growth; any extra on your hands can also be used to moisturize skin or wiped off with ease onto a towel.

And remember: when applying beard balm, less truly does equal more!


Making your own balm is a great way to know exactly what’s in it and to add therapeutic grade essential oils.With just a few ingredients, you can make a great product that your man will love.Plus, with the added bonus of feeling like a modern-day alchemist, you’ll be sure to have a magical time making this product.

So don’t forget to share your results on social media with friends and family, and use the hashtag #beardo to connect with other diy-ers like yourself.

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Mutasim Sweileh

Mutasim is a published author and software engineer and beard care expert from the US. To date, he has helped thousands of men make their beards look better and get fatter. His work has been mentioned in countless notable publications on men's care and style and has been cited in Seeker, Wikihow, GQ, TED, and Buzzfeed.