Make Solid Perfume with Rae Jean's Luxurious Lip Balm Base...  and more.

     Hopefully by now you have indulged in "RJ's Luxurious Lip Balm Base".  It is full of the finest, upscale, skin-loving oils and butters that protect, soothe and soften the lips.  Get this base at Soaper's Supplies and discover why it should be a permanent staple in your ingredient closet. 

     There are so many great reasons to own this base.  Whether you are a master formulator or a "newbie" it is always a good idea to have some pre-made bases on hand.  They are great to get your line off the ground.  They are also a good back-up if you have some type of mishap, such as a shipping issue, an unexpectedly large order, requiring extra ingredients, -or that dreaded "bad batch" at the last minute!

     Here is another reason to have RJ's Luxurious Lip Balm Base.  It makes an unbelievable Solid Perfume!  It is not like mixing fragrance with Fractionated Coconut Oil where the oil absorbs so quickly that the scent is gone almost instantly.   Also, it is not water-based so you need not worry about preservatives and Polysorbate.  It holds the fragrance and conditions the skin with some of the most sophisticated ingredients your customers and your label will LOVE.  With oils of Perilla, Oat, Meadowfoam and Avocado, you will be able to scent and soften all the delicate areas from the wrists to the elbows and knees...   -and everywhere in between. 

     You can design your OWN fragrances with Soaper's Supplies Essential Oils.  Fragrance oils can be used as well!  Always follow the usage suggestions, usually 1% or less of the total product weight.  And just because we love you and want to make life as easy as pie, we have put together some Essential Oil blends you can try at home. (You can always put a drop of each on a cotton swab and seal in a Ziplock  baggy and see what delightful fragrance you've created..  Or you can use Soaper's Supplies Fragrance Oils in your new perfumes! 



Some Soaper's Supplies Essential Oils For Your Blends

Note:  It is good to have a high, middle, and low note in your fragrances but these are a great start so experiment and have fun!


Peppermint and Lavender

Lavender and Rosemary

Sweet Orange and Black Pepper

Corriander, Cinnamon and Orange

Benzoin (vanilla-like) and Orange

Litsea Cubeba, Rosemary and Black Pepper

Rose Geranium, Cedarwood and Petitgrain

Juniper, Cedarwood and Rosemary

Spearmint is a sweet mint that blends beautifully with other minty scents.  It also pairs nicely with citrus scents.

Benzoin, being vanilla-like blends well with so many other Essential Oils.



Any Soaper's Supplies Fragrance Oil can be used in the solid perfume and blended if desired, -keeping the total of all Scent Oils at no more than recommended suggested usage amount. http://www.soaperssupplies.com/store/fragrance-oils/   Please read the Soaper's Supplies disclaimer and safety guide regarding Essential Oils.


We also have the perfect solid perfume containers!  Lip pots, jars and 1/2 oz lip balm tubes!  Soaper's Supplies has everything you need to make the best perfumes for your customers.



Thank you for shopping at Soaper's Supplies!  We will soon be sharing another great use for "RJ's Lip Balm Base" and cannot wait to share it with YOU!  Please comment and share with us what you think of our new Solid Perfume Base and the wonderful fragrances you have created!  We love your comments and ideas so stay in the "bubble" and thank you again for reading RJ's Skincare Blog!



RJ's Skincare Blog and any included recipes are researched and written by Angela D'Amico.


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Comments: 51
  • #1

    Rae Wycoff (Thursday, 28 July 2016 10:30)

    Love, love, LOVE this blog article! And the EO blends are amazing! Thanks so much, Angela

  • #2

    KaDesha Carter (Thursday, 28 July 2016 10:50)

    I want to increase my product line and this seems like a great addition! I especially like the blend list! Helps take out the guess work!

  • #3

    Ciara (Thursday, 28 July 2016 10:50)

    What a great article on solid perfume as this base has so many possibilities. When you are limited on space this is a great go to

  • #4

    CHRISTINE scanniello (Thursday, 28 July 2016 10:51)

    sounds absoluteley wonderful

  • #5

    Shelly Rahmouni (Thursday, 28 July 2016 10:52)

    This is so cool, enjoy the blog. Love the products.

  • #6

    Pamela Green (Thursday, 28 July 2016 10:52)

    Love this base. Has so many uses

  • #7

    Alison Welborn (Thursday, 28 July 2016 10:55)

    Cool idea....never really thought to use a lip base for a solid perfume, but it's a must try. And the Benzoin and Orange sounds super. I never liked the smell of vanilla that much till I got Ray Jeans Benzoin and it is lovely.

  • #8

    Kenya DeLeon (Thursday, 28 July 2016 10:56)

    I've never tried any of the pre-made products so I must try it! I'm already sold on the products she sells. Can't wait!!!

  • #9

    Betsy Thornton (Thursday, 28 July 2016 10:56)

    I have a container of the lip balm and I would have NEVER thought to do this - you ladies are GENIUSES! Could you please discuss recipe? How much EO to lip balm? I have a bottle of orange that I've been wanting to use - also for someone I love with dementia, I was thinking peppermint (for mental clarity) - thanks for making shopping with ya'll SO easy! ;-)

  • #10

    Kelly Kemp (Thursday, 28 July 2016 10:57)

    I really enjoy your blog! ! I have so many of your wonderful butters and other items yet used ..I still find myself wanting to buy your lip balm base..as that would be new to my line. Hum... I'm thinking a new box is in order in my future! !! Thanks for all the info. You share with us too!!

  • #11

    Jennifer Macha (Thursday, 28 July 2016 10:57)

    I love the tip with the cotton swabs and oil to test scents. Thank you!

  • #12

    Tabitha (Thursday, 28 July 2016 10:57)

    Love the Ideas...would love to add this to my line..

  • #13

    Lizzette Govenettio (Thursday, 28 July 2016 11:01)

    Good article! Nice to know that I can use this as a solid perfume. Love that this blog included an some essential oil blends to try.

  • #14

    Penny Jones (Thursday, 28 July 2016 11:03)

    I would never have thought to use a lip balm base to make solid perfume. I love getting information that allows you to use one product for multiple applications. Great article!

  • #15

    Melinda Lathrop (Thursday, 28 July 2016 11:04)

    I love that there is so any things you can do with this one product
    And all the tips pm how take it work
    You guys are awesome.

  • #16

    JuliaHettich (Thursday, 28 July 2016 11:04)

    Love this base...and the fact that you carry so many different favors to use with it..thank you

  • #17

    Mary Schulte Sanders (Thursday, 28 July 2016 11:04)

    This sounds fantastic. Something a newbie like myself needs to make awesome products. The hard work has already been done for you. Thank you Rae Jean.

  • #18

    Rita Hale (Thursday, 28 July 2016 11:07)

    Awesome post and I cant wait to try this base.

  • #19

    Dani (Thursday, 28 July 2016 11:12)

    You are such an enabler! Now I have to try another product

  • #20

    Elizabeth Meredith (Thursday, 28 July 2016 11:15)

    Great blog post! I also like to make a lip sugar scrub with the lip balm base - just add some nice oil to thin it a little.

  • #21

    Elisa Graczyk (Thursday, 28 July 2016 11:17)

    Oh my goodness, something new to try. I need a second job just to keep up with all your goodies!

  • #22

    Zeruiah Shirah Looper - Borre (Thursday, 28 July 2016 11:19)

    It never even occurred to me that my customers might like a solid perfume! And, that I should offer it!! Using lip balm base makes total sense, too! I will definitely be trying this!! I'm totally stoked!! Thank you! LOVE THIS BLOG!

  • #23

    Cindy Sorenson (Thursday, 28 July 2016 11:22)

    Would also work great as a base for a balm for bug bites

  • #24

    Laurel (Thursday, 28 July 2016 11:23)

    Love the EO blend suggestions. Going to try them in a variety of products.

  • #25

    Deborah Eddie (Thursday, 28 July 2016 11:24)

    Oh my! I never would of thought of using lip balm as a solid perfume! Thank You :)

  • #26

    Jamie Pyles (Thursday, 28 July 2016 11:39)

    Sounds like a wonderful base! And a fantastic way to streamline products! Bravo!!!!!

  • #27

    Tiffani (Thursday, 28 July 2016 11:41)

    I have been wanting to make perfume for a while. I have to try this.

  • #28

    Sherry Young (Thursday, 28 July 2016 11:45)

    Well I am quite intrigued now about the Benzoin/vanilla oil. That is something I had never tried before. And your base description sounds wonderful with those oils in it. Can't wait!

  • #29

    Jessica Daigle (Thursday, 28 July 2016 11:48)

    Lip balm, solid perfume, bug bite ointment and a sigar scrub all rolled into one base..... Im thinking I will need it by the GALLON :)

  • #30

    Omneya Dhmaid (Thursday, 28 July 2016 12:01)

    Oh this sounds wonderful and I so need it. I could use my essential oil blend for my Bi Polar Depression in this and wear it so i can smell it all the time. Not just diffuse it. I do just put some drops on my skin sometimes but this would be so much better. I tried to mix some with vodka to make a perfume but that was a fail.
    This is what i need to keep me from folding in the fetal position and rocking back and forth.
    Love the blog and what your doing Angela :)

  • #31

    Lisa Hullum (Thursday, 28 July 2016 12:30)

    Amazing idea, executed by a beautiful team. I endorse them 100% after having wonderful ordering experiences. ♡ Alamo City Bath and Body~San Antonio Soaps

  • #32

    Merry Spiro (Thursday, 28 July 2016 12:31)

    I absolutely love, love, love RJ luxurious lip balm base! Thank you Angela for your blog because I had no idea it could be used as a solid perfume!

  • #33

    Jessica Vartigian (Thursday, 28 July 2016 12:55)

    This is perfect! I love how newbie friendly this is. It took me a long time to perfect my solid perfume recipe but I would LOVE to purchase this just from how it is described!!! Thank you for the fragrance ideas!!!! Sometimes it's hard to figure out where to start!!! And I learned something new today! I will trying the cotton ball in a bal trick to test out some new fragrance blends!

  • #34

    Angela D'Amico (Thursday, 28 July 2016 13:00)

    Thank you friends for your comments and new ideas! This base is a BALM in actuality so can soften and smooth your rough spots and scent them too! If you have any perfume ideas of your own using Soaper's Supplies Essential Oil blends, feel free to share them here!
    Keep in the "Bubble" as Rae and I have some ADDITIONAL ideas for this versatile base! (Yes! MORE uses!)

  • #35

    Shelley Moise (Thursday, 28 July 2016 13:23)

    I'd love to add this to my line! Thanks for this blog!

  • #36

    Paula Coon (Thursday, 28 July 2016 13:43)

    Have to try it ! Have always loved RJ's products

  • #37

    Brittain Goodwin (Thursday, 28 July 2016 13:58)

    I will definitely have to try this with my current products. I am always looking for something new to try. I would love it!

  • #38

    Krista Scott (Thursday, 28 July 2016 14:28)

    I have never thought of busing a lip balm base as a base for solid perfume sticks. Rae's products are amazing and I can't wait to try this.

  • #39

    darla sanderson (Thursday, 28 July 2016 14:48)

    wow. I had no idea that the fractionated coconut oil scent rub I makke diappears so fast. i wear it and reapply it all the time. and I had no idea you could use a lip balm for it..( why i dont know you use the same ingredients. I have not yet gotten to try Rae Jeans LUXURIOUS LIP BALM BASE

  • #40

    Jacqui Passalacqua (Thursday, 28 July 2016 15:12)

    Being an entry level soaper, reading your article was very enjoyable. I feel that if you are selling products for the soaper, the wholesaler should be more than willing to share as much knowledge with the consumer. The more knowledge you share, the more curious the soaper becomes! The vendor will be certain to increase sales and also increase the traffic . Thank you fur sharing your knowledge and the best fit of combinations in scents! :-)

  • #41

    Staci Gurr (Thursday, 28 July 2016 19:15)

    What a great idea for use with your lip balm base.
    I love that it's not water-based so no preservatives and Polysorbate needed.

  • #42

    Sabrina Worthington (Thursday, 28 July 2016 19:31)

    Love this blog!! Great idea and awesome fragrance suggestions. Guest i better add this base to my box. Rae Jean is killing my credit card!

  • #43

    Tina Radzavich (Thursday, 28 July 2016 20:15)

    What a timely post. I'm working on a solid perfume project right now.

  • #44

    Diana Rodriguez (Thursday, 28 July 2016 20:30)

    WOW!!! I will try to make the lotion bar ...i have the base and i will use the fruit slices fo. I love it !! Thanks for share this great use for the lip balm base :)

  • #45

    L. Ortiz (Thursday, 28 July 2016 22:40)

    Actually very interested in trying this. Sounds awesome

  • #46

    Vicki Richey (Thursday, 28 July 2016 23:20)

    I can't wait to start experimenting.

  • #47

    phoenix yager (Thursday, 28 July 2016 23:53)

    love love love lavender mint, it's one of my faves, thanks for putting it up there :)

  • #48

    Debi Olsen (Friday, 29 July 2016 04:27)

    Great! Now I am going to have another obsession to try and tame! My mind is whirling with all the possibilities. Thanks, Rae Jean for being such an enabler!

  • #49

    Helga (Friday, 29 July 2016 05:02)

    What a great blog post! So informative and fun to read, which doesn't usually go hand in hand. Perfect timing because I've been having issues with my lip balm getting grainy due to the summer heat melting and then cooling. I was going to give up. This has changed my mind. Now to decide how much to get.......

  • #50

    Sherry Brooks (Friday, 29 July 2016 07:05)

    I absolutely love your products and would be excited to into balms!

  • #51

    Judy1 Chang' (Tuesday, 19 March 2024 10:52)

    Can beet root powder be added to the lip balm base?