-drinking straws (clear are best so you can see inside)
-needle nosed pliers
-scissors (forgot to photograph but you know what those are!)
-your choice of salves
Begin by poking your straw into your salve. Imagine how much is usually needed for a typical wound and fill it to that point.
Pinch the end of the straw with your finger to push the salve further into the straw and create an empty space. Using the pliers, grip that space, leaving a tiny bit of straw sticking out of the side.
Hold the straw over the tea light to melt the end. Slide your pliers to the end and pinch it shut.
Gently squeeze the salve towards the sealed edge to verify your seal.
Optionally, you can use a sharpie marker to write what type of salve is in the tube. Since I used 3 different types, I wrote down their names on each. Be sure to wash the tubes in soapy water first to remove any salve residue so the marker writing will be permanent.