I have been compensated by Johnson’s® Baby for this post; however, I am sharing my own thoughts. All opinions are my own.
I think all moms will agree that a great “me time” experience is some quiet bath time. Nothing like relaxing uninterruptedly to soak in some ahhhhhh moments, right? But wait, that zen moment can be amplified with DIY Oatmeal Rosemary Bath Truffles! The best thing is, that you can easily make these bath truffles with ingredients you already have at home or easily get at Walmart.
DIY Oatmeal Rosemary Bath Truffles
Bath truffles sound decadent, and they really are. After many fabulous summer days in the pool, and now the fall weather in the air, my skin has been a bit dry. So, using a few of the Johnson products I love for my kids since they were infants, I whipped up a luxurious way to help restore my skin. This is a Johnson’s® beauty hack you are going to love. One Oatmeal Rosemary Bath Truffles recipe coming up!
- DIY Oatmeal and Rosemary Bath Truffles!2017-12-05 12:19:40Write a review1513 calories52 g366 g151 g15 g92 g258 g30 g1 g6 g49 gNutrition FactsServing Size258gAmount Per ServingCalories 1513Calories from Fat 1326% Daily Value *Total Fat 151g233%Saturated Fat 92g458%Trans Fat 6gPolyunsaturated Fat 7gMonounsaturated Fat 42gCholesterol 366mg122%Sodium 30mg1%Total Carbohydrates 52g17%Dietary Fiber 18g73%Sugars 1gProtein 15gVitamin A85%Vitamin C0%Calcium12%Iron43%* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.Ingredients
- 1/2 cup of Johnson's® Shea and Cocoa butter lotion
- 1 teaspoon of Johnson's® baby oil aloe and vitamin e
- 1/2 cup of oatmeal
- 3/4 cup of coco butter
- a spring of fresh Rosemary
- 1 silicone mold
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- 1-Grind the oatmeal until you have a fine powder, using a blender or food processor.
- 2-Combine oatmeal, Johnson's® Shea & Cocoa Butter Lotion, Johnson's® Baby Oil, cocoa butter and Rosemary leaves.
- 3-Using a spoon, place the mix in the silicone mold accordingly,
- 4-Refrigerate overnight
- 5-Remove from silicone mold and step into your bathtub with a couple of Oatmeal Rosemary Bath Truffles!
Cool mom tip: for a faster melt in the tub, use less cocoa butter in your recipe.
A Promised Escape Of Total Beauty Indulgence
The best thing about these DIY Oatmeal Rosemary Bath Truffles is that they are made with the same products we trust to care for our children. It makes total sense to me to be as gentle with my skin as I am with baby’s. Plus, the combination of Johnson’s® baby oil, Johnson’s® shea butter and cocoa lotion, and oatmeal give the peace and comfort in a heavenly soak. On the other hand, Rosemary helps protect the skin from the sun’s free radicals. Additionally, its rich antioxidants help fights skin aging. Cue in the angels!!!
Cool mom tip: be careful as you step into the tub it might be slippery. Do rub the bath truffle over your skin if you so desire.
Whenever I run out of Johnson’s® Baby products, a quick trip to the baby toiletry aisle in Walmart helps me easily re-stock. We can’t have our daily bedtime and morning routines without them.
A Beauty Hack to Indulge In and Share Around!
While I totally support eating truffles, you won’t be popping these in your mouth. Perfect for those like me watching their waistline 🙂 Believe me, DIY Oatmeal and Rosemary Bath Truffles are the real deal when it comes to making “me time” Ah-mazing. And, with the holidays on the horizon, make extra batches for fabulous handmade easy gifts that will go a long way. So moms, are you ready to start scheduling your next “me-time” session?
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