Beard Balm making kit
This kit contains everything you need to make The Balm except the kitchen utensils, stove, scale, and rubbing alchohol. I'm weighing the ingredients in the package for you, so if you're just trying this whole "crafting" thing and don't have a digital scale this will save you some money on having to go out and buy one. Click here for printable PDF of the recipe.
- (12) 2 oz round metal tins just like the ones pictured in our blog post
- (3) sheets of 2 inch round glossy labels for the top (because you will definitely mess up printing at least once. This is a total of 30 labels, so even if you mess up a lot there should be 12 in there that are right in the correct spot.
- 2.3 ounces Cocoa Butter
- .29 oz tea tree essential oil or fragrance
- 7 ounces Babussa Oil
- .25 ounces Argan oil
- .29 ounce Vitamin E liquid
- 2.89 ounces Beeswax-white or natural is fine
- 1.45 ounces Golden Jojoba
- 1 pair of nitrile gloves
- blank label design template in .eps .doc This is formatted so that the margins are in the correct places and all you have to do is enter the writing and insert pictures, then copy and paste to the rest of the spots. I'll e-mail this after purchase.
Don't expect super fancy packaging, maybe on future kits, but not yet! mmkay? It will arrive sanitary and safe, but it is going to look like raw material. I care about your results, that's why I included the extra labels. I am offering my support for your project if you have any questions. You have everything you need to make this project a success!
Price includes shipping, which costs me anywhere from $10-$13.50 depending on where you live. Also includes helpful support on your project from me personally! I can't wait to see what you make!
This is priced so that the cost to you breaks down to $4.58 per tin including shipping. That means you should have room to make and sell these for a profit if that is your intention. It is very doubtful you can find all of the oils and supplies to make this for this rate if you are just starting out and buying smaller quantities. This is a very good deal, and a good way to get started and see if you like it without having a huge investment and a bunch of big oil jugs taking up room in your pantry.
I don't recommend this kit for a gift because I don't have a way to make it look "fancy" at this point. I would hate to dissapoint anyone.