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WARNING: choking hazard - small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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  • DIY lip balm set brings a touch of fun, crafty appeal to your gifting collection
  • Set includes everything needed for them to create their own lip balms
  • Makes a great stocking stuffer or novelty present


Piece 1 Capacity: .63 ounces

Suggested Age: 3 Years and Up

Color Family: Multiple Colors

Color Palette: Medium Tones

Product Form: Gel

Skin Tone: All skin tones

CPSC Choking Hazard Warnings: Choking_hazard_small_parts

Beauty Purpose: Brightening

TCIN: 76422580
UPC: 829576060924
Item Number (DPCI): 052-03-0858


Give your craft enthusiast a whimsical gift with the Make-Your-Own Lip Balm Set from More Than Magic™. This DIY lip balm kit includes wax base, wax chips, flavor droppers, lip shimmer, a measuring cup, a spatula, a scooper and five lip balm containers — the lip balm containers come in red, green, yellow, purple and blue, adding colorful flair to your girl's daily routine. With flavors like candy apple and gingerbread glaze, these lip balms are perfect for the festive season; simply stuff the kit into their stocking for a whimsical go-to option.
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1.0 out of 5 stars with 3 reviews
0% would recommend
3 recommendations
value: 1 out of 5
quality: 1 out of 5

Not worth the $10.

1 out of 5 stars
Would not recommend
Crystal - 20 days ago
I agree with the other reviewer. I did not burn myself but can totally understand how you could. Wax chips took several minutes of microwaving in 15 second intervals to get melted. I just used the plastic measuring cup. Then to counter the cooling while mixing in the flavor I put my small metal cups in boiling water and even then it was difficult to pour it into the containers before it coagulated. They are still cooling so no review on the quality yet. Not for young children and heavy in adult help for older children. My daughter only really helped with the droppers, stirring before we started microwaving, and stirring the flavor in on the first three. Then she lost interest and went to watch Minecraft videos.
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I wanted this to be fun, but I'm just disappointed...

1 out of 5 stars
Would not recommend
SuperMomx4 - 22 days ago, Verified purchaser
We bought this as a Santa present with the thought that we would need to help our 6 & 8 yo girls with some of the steps. (Having worked our way through various slime kits, we've come to the realization that not everyone has the same "age" appropriate scale or definition of "simple" or "easy".) However, if I had read the instructions ahead of time I would have realized that they were over simplified and this kit would require a lot of assistance. I ended up doing 95% of the process because of the need to use boiling water to first melt the wax base & chips together and then again, once the base/chip mixture had been separated, in order to get the product into the tubes. My girls were able to add the flavoring and shimmer drops but, outside of helping to unpackage the items, this was the extent of their involvement. Needless to say, they we're very disappointed and wandered off way before I ever figured out how to get the stuff into the first tube. If you haven't purchased this yet, I do not recommend it; unless you already have experience making lip balm and are looking for fun flavors (the flavors and shimmer are the only reason I give this one star - there is lots of it). If you have already purchased this, but haven't tackled the process...here's some information that you may find helpful: - You are going to need lots of boiling water. I used a 2-cup glass measuring cup, with about 1.5 cups of water, and made many trips to re-heat the water. It would have been simpler to use a tea kettle which I could have left on the stove. - The wax base melts very easily, but the wax chips do not. If I was going to do this over, I would work to melt these first and then add the wax base. - The first problem we discovered was that there are NO instructions on how to divide the wax combination once it is melted. Per the instructions, we used the small measuring cup provided to melt the wax together, but it can't be used to "measure" the wax. The kit should have either provided separate wax base and chip packages for each lip balm tube (also allowing the user to choose if they wanted to make all of them at once) or a measuring device that was clearly marked with the amount needed for each lip balm. We solved this by using the small scoop to divide the melted wax combination into 5 separate containers - this was tedious, messy and difficult because the wax did not want to stay melted. (It was also difficult to keep the boiling water out of the provided measuring cup while melting the wax.) - Once the wax was separated, the girls added flavor and shimmer to each bowl, but by this time all of the wax had solidified again. So the wax needed to be re-melted (thus the need for continuous boiling water mentioned above) and I did the following steps flavor by flavor: 1) melt the wax and mix in the flavor/shimmer; 2) using the crank on the lip balm container, move the bottom up to about 1/2 way; 3) begin filling the tube (we used the scoop), slowly lowering the bottom with the crank until it was full or we ran out of wax mixture. For the five containers I used ones that would sit snuggly inside the 2-cup glass measuring cup that held the boiling water, like a double boiler, which allowed us to mix the flavor/shimmer into the wax and helped keep it melted during the process of scooping into the lip balm container. We will hesitate before buying another "More than Magic" diy kit!!
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$10 worth of pain and disappointment

1 out of 5 stars
Would not recommend
LizOfLaw - 26 days ago
This is the worst gift I've ever given and I feel bad that I even bought it. I'm normally not one to write reviews about stuff like this but given the literal pain I'm in because of it I thought I would warn others. First, take a careful look at the instructions on the box, because I did not and that was a mistake. This claims to be for ages 3 and up. The instructions say for an adult to pour BOILING water into a bowl that you then place the tiny little cup into and stir until melted. Except the only way to stir is to hold the cup IN THE BOILING WATER so that it can be stirred. The cup flips and floats! So you have to lift the cup out of the bowl. But the stupid chips won't melt so you go back and forth with a tiny cup and boiling water for over 30 minutes trying to melt the dumb wax chips that never melted. I even dumped them on a microwave-safe plate and microwaved them for a solid minute and they would not melt. But prior to doing that I accidentally dipped my thumbs into boiling water leaving them blistered and hurting for the rest of Christmas. I couldn't help the kids with their other gifts because my thumbs were throbbing and blistered. I finally gave up on melting the chips and decided to just proceed. My child was upset because her mom had been burned and her gift sucked and she couldn't help with it. The other wax (in the small bowl) melted but solidifies in a matter of a minute. So the only thing the kids can do is dump the scented drops in while you stir quick and start trying to get it into tubes. But can you pour it into tubes? NOPE. Instead, you have to try to shovel it into the tubes with the chunky unmelted wax chips. So does it go into the tubes? Nope, again. It gets stuck at the top and won't shove into the tube. So you end up with a mess all over the top and no "lip balm" in the tube. So what did I get for $10? Burnt thumbs, a disappointed kid, and a mess. My kids is 9 and there was no way she could do this. I'm an adult with degrees in art and sciences and I couldn't do it! Most importantly it's dangerous. There was absolutely no way to safely melt the wax by following the directions. Do not buy this "kit." You can make other lip balms using vaseline for less and without the trouble.
quality: 1 out of 5
value: 1 out of 5
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