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Bestselling Sea Salt Scrub

Ocean Salt Cleanser

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The Power Is In Your Hands.. ~ tyhychi ♥

Now that's what I call a Bubble Bath! :D

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Make your own Reed Diffusers! Essential Oils, Water and VODKA.

Homemade Reed Diffusers: How-To & Tips : TipNut.com

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A beautiful way of living!

Reiki Healing Principles : Circle of Light Natural Healing

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Lemon Sugar scrub

Lemon Sugar Hand Scrub {for Mom} - bystephanielynn

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Homemade sugar scrub for favors?

14 Easy Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes - Tip Junkie

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Learn how to make your own Naturally Tinted Herbal Lip Balm...it's easier than you think:)

How to Make Naturally Tinted Lip Balm

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Reflexology

Modern Institute of Reflexology

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Make Your Own Moisturizing Body Butter!

Make Your Own Moisturizing Body Butter - One Good Thing by Jillee

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diy sugar lip scrub

Home Made Coconut Oil Skin Lotion

Feed Your Skin | The Mommy Bowl

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ginger and coconut oil body scrub

Ginger and Coconut Oil Sugar Body Scrub | Food for My Family

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Salt and Honey Scrub with Grapefruit and Rosemary

Rise and Shine: Salt and Honey Scrub with Grapefruit and Rosemary

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1 Minute To Soft Hands – Olive Oil Sugar Scrub

DIY Olive Oil Sugar Scrub | The Mother Huddle

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have a little special treat to share today that makes a sweet inexpensive gift for the upcoming holiday. I have shared a couple of sugar scrubs in the past and this one is my favorite for this time of year. The cold winter air takes it's toll on your skin and this scrubs revives your dry hands and leaves them silky, smooth and moisturized. {The scrub is also fantastic for your legs and feet} This sugar scrub is extremely easy to put together using items you probably already have in your pantry. And if you are looking for a quick and easy gift - you can make a double batch and fill a couple of jars at once. Ingredients Needed: 1 Cup of Granulated Sugar 1 Cup of Brown Sugar 2 Teaspoon of Sea Salt 2 Teaspoon of Cinnamon 2 Teaspoon of Nutmeg 2 Teaspoon of Ground Ginger 1 Cup of Sunflower, Safflower, Almond or Vegetable Oil Additional Supplies Needed: Clean glass or plastic container that seals Mix the Cinnamon, Nutmeg and Ground Ginger together really well - slightly grinding them together. Thoroughly combine together the Granulated Sugar and Brown Sugar - making sure to crush any lumps. Add in the Sea Salt and mix well. Add the oil of your choice. You can use Sunflower, Safflower, Almond or even Vegetable Oil. I like to use Sunflower Oil, found in most health food stores. Sunflower oil, like other oils, help to retain moisture in the skin. {Safflower Oil is very similar to the Sunflower} Alternately, you can use plain Vegetable Oil as well. {I would omit using Olive Oil with this scrub as the scent can be a little too powerful} Package the scrub in a well sealed, clean, dry, glass or plastic container. Mason jars work very well. One batch yields approximately 16 ounces of scrub. I made a few printable labels that can be found {here}. Here are a few tips to keep in mind for this homemade sugar scrub: Store in a cool space out of direct sunlight. The scrub does not need to be refrigerated if made using the ingredients above. The addition of sea salt acts as a natural preservative and recommended if you are not planning on using the scrub right away. It is important to keep water out of the scrub. The addition of water to the scrub mixture makes it prone to growing bacteria. Use a spoon or scoop to remove the scrub from the container. The scrubs that I have previously made have lasted up to six months when used with the care described above. If a scrub goes bad you will be able to smell it and tell. If you see any signs of bacteria growth in the container toss it out immediately and make a new batch. Happy Friday my friends ~ Enjoy!

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vanilla brown sugar coconut body scrub. time for a DIY spa day

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Delicious Scrub Recipe 1 cup organic cane sugar 1/3 cup celtic sea salt 1/2 cup organic coconut oil 2-3 tablespoons almond oil 1 tablespoon Vitamin E Lavender Essential Oil

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