Softlips was my favorite until I stumbled into making my own. I feel like it's pretty good stuff, because my husband LOATHES chapsticks of any kind. He'd rather his lips crack and bleed, but he enjoys using mine, because it actually fixes the issue without leaving a waxy residue everywhere. Lips just feel moisturized and soft. And I don't use any sweetener, just lemongrass and rosemary essential oil, so it doesn't taste funny.
It's really simple if you ever feel like being crafty.
Soy wax (it's softer, but gets absorbed into the skin more easily)
another carrier oil like grapeseed, almond, or hazelnut
Basically two parts wax to one part everything else. Meaning twice as much wax as all of your oils combined. You can find really exact recipes all over the place online, but I have more fun experimenting myself to find the right consistency. It's not exactly rocket science or the art of the souffle. Too soft, add more wax, too firm, add more oil. Easy peasy.
Melt it all, then add essential oil, and pour into a tin. I found nifty sliding ones that seal off pretty well, because GA is hot as hell and it can melt easily. But apparently Altoid tins also work in a pinch. If you want a firmer result, use beeswax instead.