No need for expensive, single-purposed, artificially scented leather and wood conditioners. This is the easiest recipe ever, and multi -purposed. A block of beeswax purchase will last you a long time, and many products can be made from it.
Block beeswax – 1/4 cup
Olive or coconut oil – 1 cup
Lemon Essential oil – 10 drops
Lavender Essential Oil – 10 drops
Grate 1/4 cup beeswax and melt over low heat.
Add 1 cup olive oil or coconut oil, stirring quickly and then add 10 drops lemon essential oil and 10 drops lavender oil (or oil of your choice).
Pour into wide-mouthed jar, pre-heated or else it will crack, allow to cool. To use, wipe on leather or wood with a cloth and allow to penetrate leather or wood, then buff excess off.
Play around with amounts, use more beeswax if you want more waterproofing quality, say for shoes, or less if you want it to spread easier, say for a leather upholstered couch. The bonus is it works just as well on wood! Rub it onto your wooden furniture, allow a few minutes soaking and then buff with a clean cloth to remove excess and give your wood a revivalist sheen! Simple. Easy. Effective. Non-toxic.