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  • Natalie Herrera

    Homemade sugar scrubs recipes (and salt and oatmeal scrubs too)

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    18 Homemade Body Scrubs

  • Anna Hergenreder

    18 Homemade Sugar, Sea Salt & Oatmeal Scrub Recipes. Love homemade scrubs!

  • Linda Allred

    18 Homemade Sugar, Sea Salt & Oatmeal Scrub Recipes : TipNut.com I'm making my own salt scrub!

  • Patti Marquart

    18 Homemade Sugar, Sea Salt or Oatmeal Scrub Recipes #spa #destress #relaxation

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lots of scrub recipes, i like the holistic approach to skin care.... my recipe is sweet almond oil or (olive oil if its on the body), white cane sugar, and a couple drops of lavender and peppermint oil

To create the scrub, just mix together half a cup of coarse brown sugar with a tablespoon of honey, a little olive oil, and 1/4 tablespoon of fresh lemon juice, then apply all over your body and rinse. The scrub not only smells delicious, but leaves your skin feeling ultra-smooth.

Pink Passion Body Scrub! Leaves your skin silky smooth and a light fragrance. @Meghan Stacy

From Erin Ever After's blog.... I think I'll be following her.

Lemon Sugar Scrub: Her skin will be oh so smooth and have a pleasant citrus smell with this homemade lemon sugar scrub. Source: I Heart Nap Time

How to make your own sugar scrubs using your favorite scents and other tips!! u-createcrafts.com

I made this :) It's amazing!!! 1 cup Light Brown Sugar 1/2 cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil 1 teaspoon Pure Vanilla Extract , optional (or your favorite citrus essential oil) 1 tablespoon honey In a medium mixing bowl, combine oil, honey, and vanilla. Add the brown sugar and mix well. To Use: In the shower, apply Corrie’s Brown Sugar Body Scrub into skin and rinse. Can be used daily.

lemons & limes project #2: homemade sugar scrub wash

use this diy bodyscrub all over or on face every other day to make your skin glow.

DIY: The Best Hand Scrub Ever...this looks amazing, must try the oil she recommends!

Lemon sugar scrub. Just fill up a pretty jar and add a tag with a bit of twine and you’re set to go!