Miss Patisserie Coco Body Butter

Happy Sunday morning!

I don’t know about you but I always try and fit in a bath and a pamper over a weekend. It doesn’t happen all the time (I probably end up having a bath once a month…) but if not I try and make time for a face mask, nails and full body moisturisation. I’m quite lazy at moisturising…I think a lot of people are but when I do get my act together my skin feels amazing so I should definitely do it more often.

One of my current favourite body butters is the Coco one from Miss Patisserie. This came in a gift set called the Dotty Box, it was £25 but sadly i can’t see it on the website any more. It contained a really good variety of products similar to the Pink and Mint box but in the Coral Bay and Coco scents. I’ve loved it so I really hope it makes a reappearance!


One of the products in this set was the Coco body butter, and I absolutely love it.

It is a thick white butter that you have to scoop out of the tub but on contact with my skin seems to melt and absorb quite quickly. Some butters I’ve used before take forever and some even just sit on my skin which is pretty useless and I feel slimy for ages!

This body butter smells divine as well and my skin certainly approves of it, the skin on my legs never feels scaly after using this and I try and find the time to use it whenever I can. Because it is so hydrating though I don’t need to put this on every day which is perfect for me being lazy at it….



The tubes of body butter cost £10.50 each which is a pretty standard price for a body butter. There are 5 flavours showing on the website at the moment (Coco isn’t one of them here either but I have definitely seen it in store around Christmas time!) and these are: Mango, Peach blossom, Peony and Pear, Watermelon and Vanilla Bean.

I have another of these body butters in a different scent too but it isn’t in the list above, so I’m hoping this is because they have both sold out and not because they have been discontinued! I would love to repurchase them, but would try another too. The scents are not overpowering at all and this is my favourite thing about them, for the entire day after applying them I can still smell the scent but it is very light which is important for me.


Have you tried a body butter from Miss Patisserie? What is your favourite scent?

I will definitely repurchase in future but would consider buying a different set to try out more scents and products, as you can probably tell we are big fans of Miss Patisserie on this blog and we’d love to try as many products as possible!

L xxx

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