Chocolate Rose Body Cream Recipe with Coconut Oil for Dry Skin Relief
Learn how to make this natural chocolate rose body moisturizer with coconut oil. This chocolate rose body cream recipe is scented with chocolate absolute and rose essential oil for a natural fragrance that will delight the senses. While a rich blend of hydrating coconut oil and other carrier oils deliver moisturizing relief for dry skin.
I know, here I am talking about chocolates and roses and Valentine’s Day has already come and gone. But I’m not talking about those chocolate and roses. Instead I’m talking about a heavenly chocolate and rose scented hand and body cream made with moisture intense coconut oil! Not only does it smell fabulous, but it’s a hundred percent natural. I also think it’d make a faboo homemade Mother’s Day gift in the near future.
This natural body cream recipe with coconut oil is a great way to moisturize and hydrate skin. Made with coconut oil and a natural fragrance blend of cocoa and rose absolute, this chocolate rose body cream recipe is a wonderful skin care treat for dry winter skin. This DIY body moisturizer recipe also makes a lovely homemade gift for both Valentine’s day as well as Mother’s day. Or give this DIY skin care product for birthdays or special occasions.
Read on to learn how to make this natural body moisturizer for your natural skin care routine.
Chocolate & Rose Body Cream Recipe with Coconut Oil
© Rebecca D. Dillon
Instructions on How to Make Body Cream for Dry Skin:
Weigh out the beeswax using a digital kitchen scale and melt either in the microwave (in a glass pyrex measuring cup) or a double boiler. Next, weigh out the remaining oils in a separate container then stir into the melted beeswax until all ingredients have melted. Add the cocoa absolute and rosewood essential oil and stir. Allow to set up almost all of the way, then mix well to incorporate the cocoa absolute back into the cream. (It sinks to the bottom when the oils are still liquid.) Finally, spoon into a 4 oz. container or evenly into two 2 oz. containers of your choice. Use as desired on hands, feet or body.
Can I Make Substitutions in a Body Cream Recipe?
Don’t want to use walnut oil in my natural body cream recipes? It’s easy to make a substitution. Simply swap equal parts of walnut oil with another carrier oil of your choice.
Oils with intense healing properties like evening primrose oil, pumpkin seed oil and rosehip seed oil make great substitutes. You can also use tamanu oil – one of my favorites! – however, as it has a strong natural scent it may affect the smell of the final product slightly.
This is also great on lips or even as a hair mask in a pinch.
For more great homemade bath, body and skin care recipes, be sure to follow my DIY Bath and Body board on Pinterest. And if you’re already thinking ahead to Mother’s Day, then be sure to follow my Homemade Mother’s Day Gift Ideas board on Pinterest as well. I’ll be adding lots of new DIY Mother’s Day gift ideas in the coming months!
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