Easy To Make Lavender And Cocoa Butter Bath Melts

Lavender and Cocoa Butter Bath Melts

Add a little luxury to the bath with these moisturizing cocoa butter bath melts. They are made with ingredients so natural that you could eat them, and you might just want to! The aroma of cocoa, coconut, and lavender makes my mouth water for what is essentially a gourmet truffle. These truffles, however, are best used in the bath, as the silky soft oils melt in the warm water and soak into your skin, leaving it moisturized and soft.These gorgeous Lavender and Cocoa Butter Bath Melts are surprisingly easy to make!

Cocoa butter is hydrating and soothing for your skin. At room temperature it is a solid, but as you add it to a hot bath it melts and the oil disperses into the water and absorbs into your skin while you soak.DIY How to Make Super Simple Lavender Cocoa Butter Bath Melts

Cocoa butter is the edible fat extracted from the cocoa bean and the main ingredient in chocolate. In fact, the flavor and aroma of chocolate comes from the cocoa butter and true chocolate can only be called by that name if it contains 100% rich, smooth cocoa butter. It is also full of antioxidants and is so good at moisturizing skin that it is very often used in skincare products.How to Make Simple Lavender Cocoa Butter Bath Melts

If you are looking for a way to pamper yourself or know of someone who could use some pampering, then make up a batch of these luxurious bath melts and turn a hot bath into a heavenly treat.Ingredinets from How to Make Super Simple Lavender Cocoa Butter Bath Melts


Makes 12 bath melts

Make it!

Melt the oils in the small pot over medium low heat. Stir constantly and keep a watchful eye on the oils. You want them to just reach the melting point and not overheat.Melting cocoa butter from How to Make Super Simple Lavender Cocoa Butter Bath Melts

When the oils have melted and combined, add the essential oils and stir well.

Immediately pour into silicone moulds. I used a silicone ice cube tray but a candy mould will also work. A small pot with a pour spout makes this job a lot easier. I use this Turkish coffee pot for all my natural skincare recipes because it is small but tall, has a long handle to keep your hands away from hot oils, and has a spout which makes pouring much easier.

Using a silicone mold from How to Make Super Simple Lavender Cocoa Butter Bath Melts

Sprinkle dried lavender buds on the hot oil, dividing the tablespoon up evenly between the bath melts.Dried Lavender and silicone mold from How to Make Super Simple Lavender Cocoa Butter Bath Melts

Move the silicone mold to the refrigerator to cool for 2 hours, and you’re done. Store the finished bath melts in the fridge or a cool place if your house is warm so they don’t melt before you want to use them!Easy to Make Lavender and Cocoa Butter Bath Melts

Pop one or two bath melts into a tub filled with hot water and soak for at least 20 minutes.

For many, many more natural skincare recipes and gift ideas, check out the Natural Skincare Series!Garden Therapy Natural Skincare Series - recipes inspired by the garden

About the Author : Stephanie RoseAn artistic gardener aiming to feed the body & soul through an urban potager garden & a community veggie plot in Vancouver.View all posts by Stephanie Rose

  1. Jacki Comber
    Jacki ComberFebruary 11,15

    I am so making these as my treat to myself! Thanks for the great ideas!

  2. Stephanie
    StephanieFebruary 11,15

    You are very welcome Jacki. Enjoy!

  3. Heather Gilmour
    Heather GilmourFebruary 12,15

    Love cocoa scent! The cocoa butter is awesome and make the skin so soft. I think that the combination with lavender seed is awesome!

  4. Judy Rainey
    Judy RaineyMarch 29,15

    This sounds amazing and I would like to try making it! Do you suppose you could use Shea Butter instead of or with the Cocoa Butter?

  5. Stephanie
    StephanieMarch 31,15

    Hi Judy, you could, but I’m not sure how it would melt. BUT note that shea butter doesn’t smell as nice as cocoa butter!

  6. Tyra
    TyraApril 23,15

    Thanks a lot for the great ideas! <3

  7. Andrea Perry
    Andrea PerryMay 15,15

    @Tyra I love them also but I can’t get in shape from all those sweetness :)

  8. Anita Ford
    Anita FordMay 29,15

    Amazing! This looks soo good. I want to make it too

  9. Lina Henderson
    Lina HendersonNovember 11,15

    Hello, such a unique recipe. I`ve never seen it before. I will try it out the asap! Well done Stephanie!

  10. Natalya Seabrooke
    Natalya SeabrookeNovember 30,15

    Such an unusual recipe! I love making extraordinary treats. Thank you, Stephanie! I will definitely share my experience when I try those!

  11. Caitlin Nelson
    Caitlin NelsonDecember 22,15

    Very strange recipe, but I have to try!

  12. Demi Bryan
    Demi BryanDecember 23,15

    It’s strange but maybe tasty?

  13. Kiera Hawkins
    Kiera HawkinsMarch 31,16

    Another delicios idea! Love this blog <3

  14. Jessy
    JessyApril 27,16

    These are simply Fantastic!

  15. Janice Troglia
    Janice TrogliaJuly 10,16

    Can these be put in the freezer until you are ready to gift them?

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