• How to make oleogel
    Beginner,  Face,  Tutorials and recipes

    This recipe has us crying out Olé for Oleogel!

    This homemade oleogel brightens dull complexions If you’re not yet familiar with oleogels, get ready to fall in love. A light, versatile skincare product, they can be used as a face serum year-round, or even replace your face cream or lotion in the summer months. When we finally perfected our very first oleogel recipe, COCOÉCO headquarters erupted in cheers: Hooray! Bravo! Olé for Oleogel!  But what exactly is in an oleogel, you ask? Oleogels are composed of aloe gel (to hydrate, comfort, and revitalize your complexion), vegetable oil (to nourish and soften your skin), preservatives (to preserve your precious product, of course), and active ingredients (for that extra oomph!). We…

  • How to make a perfumed body powder
    Body,  Natural perfume,  Tutorials and recipes,  Zero waste

    Our skin’s in love with this DIY perfumed body powder

    Just add a sprinkle of magic powder… What’s the secret to falling in love? Is it a magic potion, fairy dust, or good old-fashioned chemistry? We can’t say for sure, but we do know that the second we met this DIY perfumed body powder we fell hard! And all the magic we needed was contained in the powder itself, which leaves your skin silky soft and delicately scented. What’s more, it comes in three captivating perfumes. It was love at first sniff for us, and we think it will be for you too! To make this perfumed body powder, we chose powders with a velvety feel that yield a product…

  • making a solid facial serum
    Face,  Intermediate

    This DIY solid serum has a Heart of Glow

    The new must-have product in your beauty routine Just like you, your skin deserves the best! It’s important to choose appropriate products that care for and enhance your complexion, so your face glows as much as you do inside. That’s why we recommend trying out our new solid serum recipe to let your complexion know that you’ve got a Heart of Glow.  In making a solid serum, hardness is the first factor to master. It can’t be too hard or it will be impossible to apply, but if it’s too soft it will feel like play-dough. You’ve got to find the right balance. A serum has other very important properties…