DIY Orange and Peppermint Sugar Scrub

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I love making and giving homemade gifts for Christmas.

Sugar-Scrub

Last year, I gave an assortment of lip balms, sugar scrubs, and soaps, and they were a hit, especially the sugar scrub. The best part? I made it in under 5 minutes. Easy, inexpensive, and quick? Yes, please!

Tie a ribbon around the rim, and cover the lid with burlap or a pretty material, for a sweet and fun gift. Sugar scrub is a fantastic gift idea for moms, sisters, friends, teachers, or yourself! The half-pint jars are a great size for a stocking stuffer. The ideas are endless!

Sugar-Scrub-DIY

Citrus oils can be photosensitive, so keep that in mind while using them in your scrubs. I have used this and not had any problems, but those with sensitive skin might use this in the evenings, rather than in the mornings.

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. I’m just a mom sharing my experience! As always, do what you feel is best for your family. 

Comments

  1. D hnizdil says

    i made this from your recipe last night and had a question…..do you use the sugar scrub all over the body or just feet and rough spots?

  2. Tierra says

    This sounds great for an upcoming make and take! Could I use already fractionated coconut oil instead of melted?

    • says

      Hi Tierra,

      Sure! I would think it would work quite well. I’ve also used almond and olive, although some do not like the aroma of olive. ;) Almond is aroma-free.

      – Amy

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