• Bath,  Bath bombs,  Beginner,  Gift ideas,  Tutorials and recipes

    Craving for some truffle bath melts?!

    How to make truffle bath melts? As we do every year, a few weeks ago we began wondering what recipe to offer you for Valentine’s Day. We quickly concluded that love, in all its forms, should be celebrated every single day of the year with the same enthusiasm. All of the recipes in this blog can be used to make gifts for either yourself or the people close to you, and this recipe is no exception: today you can offer a bath treat to that special someone who makes you feel good. A moment of relaxation for your best friend – you know, the one who is always there during…

  • Bath,  Bath bombs,  Gift ideas,  Intermediate,  Tutorials and recipes,  Winter recipes

    “Snowballs and confetti” bath bombs

    How to make colored bath bombs? Winter is coming – and bringing with it a host of other things: snow, boots, snow, red noses, snow, the holiday season, snow… That’s right: snow and cold will soon be a big part of our lives – and we’ll all be looking for the same thing: warmth! So we got to thinking – how does a long hot bath with a festive, fizzy snowball sound? The great bath bomb mystery You generally need to add a little moisture to ensure the mixture clumps together (Psssssssst! Psssssssst!). But this must be done slowly and carefully to make sure you add just enough liquid without…

  • Bath,  Beginner,  Foaming bath,  Gift ideas,  Tutorials and recipes

    An easy-to-make bubble bath that’s kind to your skin

    Is there anything more inviting than a hot bath? A traditional bubble bath that poses no risk to your health? And to top it off, a relaxing scent? Well, if that’s what you’re looking for, you’ve come to the right place! Commercial bubble baths are often criticized for containing SLES (Sodium laureth sulfate), a foaming agent disapproved of by the David Suzuki Foundation and others since it can irritate the skin and eyes. At Coop Coco, we replace it in our recipes with coco betaine which, combined with with decyl glucoside, creates lots of suds while being kind to your skin. So here’s our recipe for a fast, easy bubble…

  • Bath,  Beginner,  Body,  Face,  Tutorials and recipes

    A day at the spa – without leaving home!

    How to have a spa day at home? We can’t remind you enough of the importance of taking time for yourself, if only to make your own products and use them! Today we suggest you treat yourself to a day at the spa – without leaving the comfort of your home. In the privacy of your own home, you can create the environment of your dreams: complete silence or relaxing music, a candle or candles for a soothing flame or a bewitching scent, soft light or complete darkness, or an enchanting blend of essential oils wafting through the house. Do this alone if you need to shut out the world…

  • How make clay bath
    Bath,  Bathtime salts,  Beginner

    Bentonite clay bath

    How to make a bentonite clay bath? Run a hot bath, then add between one and four cups of bentonite. Stir with a whisk. Place candles around the tub. When the clay is smoothly distributed in the water, add cold water until it reaches a comfortable temperature. Relax in the glow of the candles for 15 to 20 minutes. And that’s all! A relaxing bath worthy of a spa! Thoroughly rinse your skin and the bathtub. After your bath, moisturize well with your favourite cream, lotion, or body butter.