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Make Your Own Roller Bottle Salves

August 22, 201614 Comments

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Solid coconut oil based Salves are a problem in warm weather, they can melt. Here's the work around, Roller Bottle Salves! Get all the benefits of Camp Wander Salves without having to refrigerate the jar!

This is CW Naked Salve - pourable style. But even cold weather girls like me can use Roller Salves with a little ingenuity...

  • Keep Roller Salve warm and fluid in the back pocket of your jeans
  • Keep Roller Salve safe and warm in your bra
  • Any location close to the skin is warmer than 76 degrees, coconut oils melting point.
  • Temps above 76 degrees keep Roller Salves fluid, you'll be amazed how useful and how portable this option can be.


 5 Benefits of Roller Bottle Salve 

  1. All the benefits of organic solid coconut oil, olive oil, beeswax, rosehip seed oil and vitamin e to empower healing and protect against skin sensitivity.
  2. Smooth, controlled topical application with a lighter touch.
  3. Add your favorite essential oil blends
  4. Easy to carry
  5. Warm weather friendly
If you've ever made my salves before you'll be happy to know it's that easy! The secret is simply reducing the beeswax. CW Roller Bottle Salve Recipe 1/2 cup organic coconut oil - the best you can find! I use this brand. 1/2 cup organic olive oil 1 teaspoon high quality beeswax 1/2 teaspoon organic rosehip seed oil 1/4 teaspoon non gmo vitamin e  small funnel 5 or 10ml glass roller bottles In 1 pint mason jar or 2 cup glass measuring cup add coconut oil, olive oil and beeswax. Place jar in an inch of simmering water, slowly melt ingredients. Stir in rosehip seed oil and vitamin e. Pour melted salve into roller bottles, store remaining batch in the refrigerator for future use.

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May 10, 2017 at 11:53am

Thanks for the explanation, Rebecca!


May 10, 2017 at 11:53am

Fractionated coconut oil is devoid of much of solid coconut oil’s nutrients like lauric acid. FCO has been refined to stay in liquid form by removing much of the best that unrefined, virgin coconut has to offer.

“In summary, what do you have when you take lauric acid out of real coconut oil? You have an ordinary oil that is missing the most unique feature coconut oil is known for, lauric acid. Lauric acid is 50% of real coconut oil, and 0% of liquid coconut oil. The only other place in nature where lauric acid is found in abundance is human breast milk.”


May 10, 2017 at 11:53am

Since you want the roller blend to be liquid, why wouldn’t you use fractionated coconut oil instead of the solid?


May 10, 2017 at 11:53am

I’ll be releasing a new blend called Serenity Blue this month, that’s the one you’ll want :)


May 10, 2017 at 11:53am

I got a small tin of blends from you about 2 years ago. There was a bottle of “liquid X” in it for stress. I mixed it with the Jeddy’s Blend for your Save your Sanity daily blend. I loved it and especially loved the smell. But now I can’t duplicate it; do you have the liquid X and/or the reciped to share??

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