Coconut Cream Bath Bomb

Is there any scent better in the world than coconut? If you disagree, I might just fight you. I LOVE all things coconut. So when I was coming up with my bath bomb recipe for this month, I knew I needed to make a coconut one. Not just coconut though… COCONUT CREAM! These coconut cream bath bombs is officially my new favorite bath bomb scent. Close runners up include the birthday cake bath bomb, raspberry pie bath bomb, and the allergy relief lavender lemon bath bombs.

Coconut Cream Bath Bomb Recipe

Bath bombs make perfect gifts for birthdays, holidays, graduation gifts, or even just gifts to yourself so you can relax! They are almost as fun to make as they are to use! Seeing the joy on someone’s face as they open a gift with bath bombs in it is a major bonus, too.  [Read more…]

Coconut Lavender After Swim Leave In Conditioner

One topic I get asked a lot about is hair care when it comes to swimming. Honestly, every head of hair is so different when it comes to the way it responds to chlorine! It is hard to give general advice when it comes to swim hair care, but one thing that is consistent with everyone is the importance of moisturizing after you swim! Whether you are swimming in chlorine, fresh water, or salt water, moisturizing is so important! I have tried several leave in conditioners and homemade leave in conditioners in the past and finally found a recipe that I think is ideal for swimming (or really any time!)

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Leave in conditioner is great for a number of reasons. Obviously it is giving your hair more moisture, but it also is a great detangler. Having a spray leave in conditioner helps to distribute the product, without it being too heavy, too!  [Read more…]

Coconut Peppermint Bath Bomb Snowballs

I am excited to introduce this month’s bath bomb to you all! I know that we are all pretty ready for Spring to come, but this month’s bath bomb recipe is inspired by the beauty of winter. Although it is cold, it really is such a beautiful time of the year when the white snow is covering every surface outside. I made these fun coconut peppermint “snowball” bath bombs for February. Obviously you don’t have to put the snowflakes in them if you don’t want a winter themed bath bomb because coconut and peppermint together are completely dreamy and should be enjoyed all year long!

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These bath bombs are little bits of heaven in the tub! Here is what you need to make them… [Read more…]

Creamy Coconut Frozen Yogurt Popsicle Recipe

I am excited to share a fun, new recipe with you! I developed a small obsession with some coconut popsicles a few years ago. I love them! I wanted to figure out a way that I could make them without so much added sugar and without them being so expensive. I have to say, I am excited with the way the turned out! They taste very close to the same as the original. These are my creamy coconut frozen yogurt popsicles…

Creamy Coconut Frozen Yogurt Pops

These are a great healthier alternative to sugary filled frozen treats this summer.

Creamy Coconut Frozen Yogurt Pops
Author: McKenzie at Girl Loves Glam
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  • 2 Cups Vanilla Greek Yogurt
  • 1 Cup Milk
  • 2 t Coconut Extract
  • 1/2 Cup Coconut Flakes
  1. Mix ingredients together and put in a popsicle mold. Put in freezer until frozen. Enjoy!

Creamy Coconut Popsicles

Here are a few more recipes you might enjoy…

Black Light Lemonade

Funfetti Cool Whip Cookies

Strawberry Lemon Fizz

This post was originally published at I Heart Nap Time on June 16, 2013