Cosset Bath & Body
Bath & Body Products
Cosset means: To care for and protect in an overindulgent way. This definition defines Cosset Bath and Body. We are local, handmade, fresh and most importantly natural.
We invest the time, money and energy to develop the finest products from the best ingredients. As Cosset we blend form with function to deliver an uncompromised and world-class experience to our customers.
Can be found here:
- Cosset Store – Trolley Square
- Whole Foods
- Associated Foods Stores
We visited the store while traveling and loved everything so much I just ordered more online. The bath bombs are amazing!
I went to the one in Salt Lake City and was beyond impressed!!! I’m so in love with these bath bombs!! I love that they are all natural!! Definitely will be ordering more!!
Love, love, love the bath bombs! All of them! Nothing like soaking in a hot, silky smooth, amazingly scented, beautifully colored tub of yummy goodness! This is how this momma treats herself.
Salt Lake City, UT
- Trolley Square
- Salt Lake City, UT 84102
- Message: email@example.com
We got started back in 2007 as a hobby. We have been crafting home made bath products for years. Back in 2013 our first son ‘George’ was born. He had chronic eczema; we tried everything, lotions, creams, steroidal oils, and nothing worked.
Dave decided to take every good butter and oil we had used in the past and created what we called the ‘George’. Within a week his eczema was gone. From that point we decided to test our ideas out at the farmers market this year. We had such a great reception; everyone asked us where our store was located.
We decided it was time to find a permanent home for Cosset Bath and Body. Dave grew up in the avenues and has very fond memories of Trolley Square. There really is no other shopping experience like Trolley Square.
Trolley Square was very excited about what we were doing, and made some big concessions to make this work. With a little luck and a lot of hard work we opened our doors on September 12 2014. We are located at the east entrance to Historic Trolley Square near Spark.