Homemade Chocolate Body Paint

Have you ever heard of Chocolate Body Paint? Is it something you’d ever consider using?

If you’ve never heard of chocolate body paint before, then you probably don’t know that it’s a thing. In fact, it’s become quite a trend lately. And it’s no surprise why. The combination of chocolate and body painting is simply irresistible.

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Chocolate body paint is a fun way to add something different to your massage routine. The richness of the chocolate will not only soothe your skin and taste delicious, but it will also smell divine!

For any chocolate lovers, this edible chocolate recipe will be a firm favorite and can be used for a number of different occasions, from an indulgent massage rub, as a whole-body exfoliant, or simply as a fun and sexy addition to your date night!

Let’s take a look at how to make a super simple chocolate body paint.

What You’ll Need To Make Your Homemade Chocolate Body Paint

  • Milk Chocolate – We used Hershey’s Special Dark Milk chocolate chips
  • Coconut Oil – This stuff is amazing for your skin. It has many benefits such as moisturizing, healing, and even reducing acne.
  • 1/4 cup of heavy cream

You can switch out the dark milk chocolate for any chocolate of your choice, and any edible essential oil will also work.

Make a few and try them all! You can always pour any leftovers over fruit for a truly indulgent snack!

How To Make Chocolate Body Paint

Follow these simple steps to make your chocolate body paint:

1) Melt the chocolate in a saucepan over medium heat until fully melted. You will be left with warm chocolate body paint that looks and smells delicious! If you’re making this with kids, be sure to supervise closely.

2) Add the coconut oil and cream into the melted chocolate. Stir until smooth.

3) Pour the mixture into small jars or containers. Let cool completely before use.

4) Once cooled, dip your hands into the chocolate and apply it to your body. Use your fingers or a brush to spread the chocolate around.

5) Allow the chocolate to dry completely before removing it from the container.

6) Store leftovers in an airtight container.

7) For best results, let the body paint sit overnight.

Uses Of Chocolate Body Paint

You can use edible chocolate body paint for a number of things, we recommend the following:

  • • Relaxation Massage
  • • Spa Treatments
  • • DIY Self Care
  • • DIY Bath Bombs
  • DIY Soap Scrubs
  • • DIY Soothing Salves
  • • DIY Healing Oils
  • • DIY Exfoliants

Benefits Of Using Homemade Chocolate Body Paint

The beauty of homemade chocolate body paint is that you can customize it to meet your needs. You get to choose what type of chocolate you want to use, and you can choose any essential oils that you like as long as they are edible.

It’s also great because you can mix and match different types of chocolate for different moods.

Here are some other reasons why you should give homemade chocolate body paint a try:

  • It’s easy to make
  • It doesn’t require much time or effort
  • It tastes good
  • It feels nice on your skin
  • It’s healthy and natural
  • It’s vegan friendly
  • It’s affordable
  • It’s versatile
  • It’s customizable
  • It’s safe
  • It’s non-toxic
  • It’s gluten-free
  • It’s cruelty-free
Homemade Chocolate Body Paint

Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Store My Chocolate Body Paint?

Store your body paint in an airtight container away from sunlight for the best protection and to increase the length of use.

Can I Use Regular Chocolate Instead Of Milk Chocolate?

Yes, you can use any chocolate of choice to make this recipe. Just make sure to melt it first and follow the instructions above 

Do I Need To Refrigerate My Chocolate Body Paint?

No, you do not need to refrigerate your chocolate paint but you may want to keep it in the refrigerator if you plan on keeping it longer than 2 weeks. However, in our experience, it’s so yummy it will be gone before this time!

Does Chocolate Body Paint Stain Clothes?

It shouldn’t do, but if you do happen to get chocolate body paint onto your clothes, it is best to wash immediately to prevent staining. 

Final Thoughts

We hope you enjoyed this article on how to make delicious and edible chocolate body paint at home. As you can see, making this body paint at home is super simple to make, has lots of potential uses, and you know exactly what you’re getting.

Not only this, this recipe is extremely versatile and you can mix and match your chocolate and oil combinations for something different every time.

We hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we have!

Hannah Shiftle
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