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Homemade Scented Sugar Scrubs

I’ve recieved replies regarding creating your own aromatherapy products

at home for those of you who couldn’t hit the mall to purchase Bath and
Body Works Aromatherapy line. 

So here’s a recipe that you could whip up on your own with some 
basic kitchen staples. Kashi’s recipe for this Scented Salt Scrub 
also makes a great gift for friends and relatives birthdays and holidays. 
I had cases of new canning jars that I hadn’t used yet for making 
jams from my coupon deals and I thought this was a great recipe to
use those jars for. Try my recipe for the Sugar Scrub and let me know
if it works for you. I also love to hear from you. So feel free to 
share with our readers what homeade beauty regimen works for you. 
Luscious Sugar Scrub Recipe
1 glass jar with lid (canning jar works)
1 cup of sugar (white or brown )
1/2 cup of coconut oil 
4 tsp. jojoba oil
4 tsp. almond oil
1 tsp. vanilla
1 tsp. Vitamin E
Honey Lemon Sugar Scrub 
1 glass jar with lid (canning jar works)
1 cup sugar
1/2 cup of olive oil or evoo(extra virgin olive oil)
1 tbsp. lemon juice or 1 tbsp of grated lemon zest. 
2 tbsp. Honey
1 tsp. Vitamin E
Mix the items in a bowl with spoon. spoon sugar scrub into glass jar. 
(You can also use table salt instead of sugar if you’re short on that)
Glass jars work best as it doesn’t absorb the scent of essential oils
which makes it last longer. 
When using: it is best to use it in the shower by rubbing in circles
working from your shoulders on down to your toes. Remember to 
prevent slips by rinsing the shower floor as it will be slippery. 

2 comments on “Homemade Scented Sugar Scrubs

  1. fantastic
    January 30, 2009

    this honey scrub looks like it could almost taste good too!

  2. Puanani503
    January 30, 2009

    I’m sure it would. The silky feelingit leaves on your skin is a better effect! Try it and let us know how it worked out. Maopa 🙂

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This entry was posted on January 28, 2009 by in Kashi, salt scrub recipes, sugar scrub recipes.
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