Creamy Chocolate Mint Massage Butter

Caryn ChandlerDIY Recipes, Natural Beauty

Chocolate Spa Mask

(From our Common Scents Team Mom, Stacy, who recommends this for a special Valentine:)

From time to time, I’ll get a Chocolate Pedicure from my local spa.  This would make a wonderful option for a home spa experience; even a special face mask.  Let’s get creative with Young Living Essential Oils!

This easy recipe could also be painted on the skin with different brushes, and then used as a massage oil for a special occasion with your mate! The scent of your favorite essential oil creates a
little extra excitement!

Creamy Chocolate Mint Massage Butter

3 T coconut oilMoisturizing  mask with candles
1 T. sweet almond or jojoba oil
1 T. cocoa butter (grated)
1 T. cocoa powder
1-2 drops stevia (optional)
4-8 drops Young Living peppermint essential oil (or orange)

 

Melt all ingredients (except essential oil) together in a double boiler over medium heat. Once liquefied, remove from heat immediately. Cool mixture; then, pour into a mixing bowl, and beat on high with an electric mixture until rich and creamy. Mix in essential oils.

Use this creamy concoction warm or at room temperature. I suggest using dark sheets or towels during massage time, just in case the chocolate stains. How about soaking in a steamy sandalwood bath afterward?  This would be a scrumptious finish to your day.

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