Chocolate Mousse Magnetism 2

When I looked at the calendar yesterday, I was very surprised to notice that Valentines Day is just barely over a month away! Valentine gifts tend to include roses and chocolates. This year, why not give a gift of chocolate, without the calories? Today, I’ll show you how to make Chocolate Mousse Magnetism. This viscous, simple cream is perfect for an after bath splurge.

Collect needed items:

Liquid Glycerin
Stearic Acid
Emulsifying Wax
Coconut Oil
Colorless Jojoba Oil
Germaben II
Chocolate Mousse Fragrance Oil
Microwave safe container for weighing ingredients
Transfer Pipettes
Containers for the finished products (I’m using the I’m using the 2 oz Clear PET Low Profile Jars, Size 58 with Size 58 Straight Black Lids.)


Recipe in ounces
0.35 ounces Liquid Glycerin
0.53 ounces Stearic Acid
0.78 ounces Emulsifying Wax
1.8 ounces Coconut Oil
0.6 ounces Colorless Jojoba Oil
15.17 ounces water
0.14 ounces Germaben II
0.09 ounces Chocolate Mousse Fragrance Oil
Recipe in grams
10 grams Liquid Glycerin
15 grams Stearic Acid
22 grams Emulsifying Wax
51 grams Coconut Oil
17 grams Colorless Jojoba Oil
430 grams water
4 grams Germaben II
2.5 grams MMS Chocolate Mousse Fragrance Oil
Recipe in Percentages
1.8% Liquid Glycerin
2.7% Stearic Acid
4% Emulsifying Wax
9.2% Coconut Oil
3.1% Colorless Jojoba Oil
78% water
0.7% Germaben II
0.5% Chocolate Mousse Fragrance Oil

Weigh all ingredients except Germaben II and Chocolate Mousse Fragrance Oil into the microwave safe container. Heat in the microwave using short time bursts until everything is melted. Blend the ingredients to a smooth, creamy consistency using the immersion blender. Add Germaben II and Chocolate Mousse Fragrance Oil once the temperature drops below 140 degrees Fahrenheit. Blend until completely mixed. Pour into jars and allow to cool completely. Cap the jars.

Notes: This recipe makes approximately 24 fl oz of cream. I filled 12 of the 2 oz Clear PET Low Profile Jars with this recipe and there was just a small amount left over to rub on my hands.


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Chocolate Mousse Magnetism cream on my finger.

Collect needed items.

Weigh all ingredients.

Blending the cream.

Filled jars of cream.

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About Andee

Director of Happiness. I'm a thirty-something soap snob. I've grown up with handmade soaps, and I love them! I really like making lotions, soaps, and perfumes. I adore mixing scents to come up with something new. My favorite scent is either Wicked or Cotton Candy. I tend to hoard fragrances, I even have an Earl Grey Tea from the MMS catalog. I won't tell you how old it is, but it sure is good!

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2 thoughts on “Chocolate Mousse Magnetism

  • bluebutterflz

    Hi Andee!

    First of all I LOVE all the recient lotion recipes! Very neat! I noticed a lot of the lotions and creams you have been making reciently have been using the preservative Germaben II and I wanted to know if any of your recient lotion and creams could be made with an alternative preservative like Germall Plus or Optiphen. I’m striving to keep my products as natural and paraben-free as possible. 🙂

    One last thing, should I be sterilizing my containers and lids before adding my lotions and creams? Or is that not necessary when I have a preservative?

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  • Andee Post author

    You can certainly change the preservative. That is no problem. Just consider the amount needed (0.5% or 1.5%)

    To sanitize your jars, just dip in a 3% hydrogen peroxide solution and allow to dry.

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