Anne-Marie Makes Coffee Bath Truffles

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These Coffee Bath Truffles are the best way to start your day! They’re made with coffee seed oil and cocoa butter, which leave your skin feeling soft and hydrated.

Get the full recipe and ingredients here: https://bberry.studio/CoffeeBath_Truffles

When you add a truffle to the tub, it will start to fizz, bubble, and release an irresistible mix of Espresso and Vanilla Select Fragrance Oil.

Espresso Fragrance Oil: https://www.brambleberry.com/shop-by-product/ingredients/fragrance-oils/espresso-fragrance-oil/V000260.html

The base of these truffles is baking soda, citric acid, and a small amount of Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate (SLSA). SLSA is a skin-safe surfactant that creates bubbles in your bath products. In this recipe, it creates creamy and dense bubbles, helps the bath truffle fizz slightly slower, and helps the oils and butters mix in with the water.

We added dry coffee grounds to the mixture to give the truffles a cute speckled look. We also added a few whole coffee beans to the bottom of each mold. If you’re concerned with the beans going down the drain, you can skip them.

Coffee Bath Truffle Recipe:
Disk Mold and Packages
32 oz. Baking Soda
16 oz. Citric Acid
3 oz. SLSA
1 oz. Coffee Seed Oil
2.5 oz. Cocoa Butter
.5 oz. Polysorbate 80
0.7 oz. Espresso Fragrance
0.3 oz. Vanilla Select
Coffee beans and grounds for “garnish”

Get the full recipe and ingredients here: https://bberry.studio/CoffeeBath_Truffles

This project is part of our Pacific Northwest Collection, which is inspired by Bramble Berry’s home, Washington state. Explore the entire collection here:
https://bberry.studio/PNW_Collection_

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