Homemade Hibiscus Salt Scrub Recipe

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This easy homemade hibiscus salt scrub recipe contains exfoliating sea salt and hibiscus flowers as well as moisturizing cocoa butter and safflower oil to pamper and help soften and clarify your skin.

Hibiscus flowers are composed of 15 to 30% plant acids which make this plant a great choice for skin care in addition to a tea time treat! One of the plant acids found in hibiscus flowers is citric acid.

A member of the alpha hydroxy acid family of molecules, citric acid is found in many over-the-counter skin care products as well as clinical chemical peels. Especially useful for people suffering from acne or enlarged pores, citric acid helps to exfoliate one’s complexion by breaking down the protein bonds between dead and living skin cells, allowing the dead cells to be shed.

You can use either hibiscus flowers or hibiscus flower powder for this homemade hibiscus salt scrub recipe.

This easy homemade hibiscus salt scrub recipe contains exfoliating sea salt and hibiscus flowers as well as moisturizing cocoa butter and safflower oil to pamper and help soften and clarify your skin.

Homemade Hibiscus Salt Scrub Recipe

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen

Ingredients:

27 oz. sea salt, fine ground
4.15 oz. grey Celtic sea salt
7.5 oz. safflower oil
1.5 oz. cocoa butter
.5 oz. hibiscus flowers, crushed
.65 oz. fragrance oil, of choice

Instructions:

Using a digital scale, weigh out the salts into a large glass bowl or a large glass Pyrex measuring cup.

Next, weigh out the hibiscus flowers. Place the flowers in a ziplock or similar bag and roll over the bag with a rolling pin to crush the flowers into a smaller size. Alternately you can use hibiscus flower powder.

Mix the crushed flower into the salts until they are evenly distributed throughout.

Now weigh the cocoa butter out in a separate container. Heat at 50% power in the microwave until melt. Or melt the cocoa butter in a double boiler.

Now weigh out the safflower oil and mix into the cocoa butter.

If you’d like to scent your hibiscus salt scrub recipe, weigh out a skin safe fragrance oil of your choice and stir into the melted butter and oil. Stir to mix. (If you prefer to use an essential oil, depending on usage rates for the essential oil you’ve chosen, use up to .o1 oz.)

Pour the salt and hibiscus mixture into the scented butter and oil and stir until fully combined.

Now spoon your completed hibiscus bath salts evenly into three 8 oz. jars. I used the 8 oz.Black PET PCR Jars with Black Smooth Lined Caps from SKS Bottle & Packaging specifically for this project. You can find them here.

Now label your containers for gifting or personal use to suit.

For my labels I used this free clip art collection from Citrus & Mint blog. (You can also visit Citrus & Mint on Etsy for more amazing scrapbook and clip art elements that you can buy.) I simply opened them into a Word program and added the desired text. I then printed my labels out onto full size label sheets. (You can find great prices on all kinds of labels and sticker sheets at World Label here.) I then cut them out and applied them to the face of my jars. (Learn how to create your own custom labels with my step-by-step tutorial here.)

If you’re making your hibiscus salt scrubs to sell, then you’ll want to label them in order to meet state and federal laws. If you’re unsure about the rules and regulations regarding labeling cosmetics, I highly recommend the book, Soap and Cosmetic Labeling: How to Follow the Rules and Regs Explained in Plain English, by Marie Gale.

Learn how to make your own homemade rose sugar scrub and homemade hibiscus salt scrub with two easy to create body scrub recipes from Soap Deli News blog!

If you like my homemade hibiscus salt scrub recipe, then you also like my DIY rose sugar scrub! Made with dried rose petals and skin conditioning safflower oil, my easy four ingredient DIY rose sugar scrub combines simple yet luxurious ingredients your skin will love! You can find my rose sugar scrub recipe here.

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DIY Rose Sugar Scrub Recipe

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Roses aren't just for sunny seasons. They're also perfect year round. Learn how to make this easy DIY rose sugar scrub recipe for homemade gifts or simply to pamper yourself throughout the year.

Roses aren’t just for sunny seasons. They’re also perfect year round. Learn how to make this easy DIY rose sugar scrub recipe for homemade gifts or simply to pamper yourself throughout the year.

Made with dried rose petals and skin conditioning safflower oil, this easy four ingredient DIY rose sugar scrub combines simple yet luxurious ingredients your skin will love!

Learn how to make this easy DIY rose sugar scrub recipe for homemade gifts or simply to pamper yourself throughout the year. Made with dried rose petals and skin conditioning safflower oil, this easy four ingredient DIY rose sugar scrub combines simple yet luxurious ingredients your skin will love!

DIY Rose Sugar Scrub

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen

Ingredients:

27 oz. white granulated sugar
9 oz. safflower oil
.45 oz. rose fragrance oil, of choice or 25 drops of rose absolute
dried red roses or dried whole rosebuds, to suit

Instructions:

To make this DIY rose sugar scrub, begin by using a digital scale to weigh out the sugar.

Next, add rose petals to suit, mixing them in with the sugar until they evenly distributed.

In a separate container, weigh out the safflower oil.

If using a fragrance oil, weigh out the fragrance and mix it into the safflower oil. (You can also any other skin safe fragrance oil that you’d like.) If you’re using rose absolute, add 25 drops instead. Rose absolute is pretty potent, so a little will go a long way.

Now pour the sugar and rose mixture into the scented oil and mix thoroughly.

Evenly fill three 8 oz. jars with your rose sugar scrub. I used the 8 oz.Black PET PCR Jars with Black Smooth Lined Caps from SKS Bottle & Packaging specifically for this project. You can find them here.

Feather Clipart from Huckleberry Hearts

All that’s left is to label for jars for gifting! For my labels I purchased feather clipart from Huckleberry Hearts on Etsy, then used a Word program to create my labels. (Learn how to create your own custom labels with my step-by-step tutorial here.) Then simply print your newly created labels onto label sheets – I get mine from World Label – and apply to your jars.

If you’re making your DIY rose sugar scrub to sell (for small commercial use) and want to use the same clipart as I have but without credit, you would need to purchase a commercial license from the creator.

You’ll also want to make sure you label your rose sugar scrubs appropriately to meet state and federal laws. If you’re unsure about the rules and regulations regarding labeling cosmetics, I highly recommend the book, Soap and Cosmetic Labeling: How to Follow the Rules and Regs Explained in Plain English, by Marie Gale.

Natural DIY Homemade Chocolate and Rose Hand and Body Cream Recipe - Luxurious Mother's Day Gift Idea

If you like my DIY rose sugar scrub, then you’ll also love my natural chocolate rose body cream recipe. Scented with rose and chocolate absolute, this natural body cream is made with moisture intense coconut oil and smells good enough to eat! It’s also great for gifting! You can find my natural chocolate rose body cream recipe here.

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Cardamom & Pumpkin Spice Solid Coffee Scrub Recipe

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This cardamom and pumpkin spice solid coffee scrub recipe makes a wonderful holiday gift idea. It's made with real pumpkin spice coffee, exfoliating pink salt and sugar, and moisturizing cupuacu and cocoa butters to keep your skin glowing and looking healthy all winter long!

This cardamom and pumpkin spice solid coffee scrub recipe makes a wonderful holiday gift idea. It’s made with real pumpkin spice coffee, exfoliating pink salt and sugar, and moisturizing cupuacu and cocoa butters to keep your skin glowing and looking healthy all winter long!

This cardamom and pumpkin spice solid coffee scrub recipe makes a wonderful holiday gift idea. It's made with real pumpkin spice coffee, exfoliating pink salt and sugar, and moisturizing cupuacu and cocoa butters to keep your skin glowing and looking healthy all winter long!

Cardamom & Pumpkin Spice Solid Coffee Scrub Recipe

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen

Ingredients:

1.5 oz. pumpkin spice ground coffee
.25 oz. allspice powder
2.5 oz. fine sea salt
2 oz. fine ground pink Himalayan salt
2 oz. white granulated sugar
.75 oz. cupuacu butter
1.75 oz. cocoa butter
2 oz. refined shea butter (or sal butter)
.1 oz. Cardamom True Sugar fragrance oil

Instructions:

You’ll need a six-cavity silicone gingerbread mold for my cardamom & pumpkin spice solid coffee scrub recipe. This recipe will yield four solid gingerbread shaped coffee scrubs.

Using a digital scale, weigh out the butters into a large glass Pyrex measuring cup. Heat in the microwave at 50% power until melted. (Alternately you may use a double boiler.) Set aside.

In a separate glass container weigh out the spices, coffee, salt and sugar. Use a fork to mix the dry ingredients until they are thoroughly combined.

Now weigh out the fragrance oil and stir into the melted butter mixture. Mix to combine.

Slowly pour the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients and mix.

This cardamom and pumpkin spice solid coffee scrub recipe makes a wonderful holiday gift idea. It's made with real pumpkin spice coffee, exfoliating pink salt and sugar, and moisturizing cupuacu and cocoa butters to keep your skin glowing and looking healthy all winter long!

Once the ingredients are evenly distributed throughout, pour the mixture into four of the gingerbread shaped cavities of your silicone mold.

Allow your solid coffee scrub to fully solidify and harden before removing them from the mold’s cavities. (You can put your mold in the refrigerator to speed up this part of the process. Placing your mold onto a cutting board before pouring the coffee scrub mixture into the mold will make it easier to transport.)

Once you’ve unmolded your solid coffee scrubs, wrap them tightly in foodservice film or place them individually into cello bags for gifting.

If you are making my cardamom & pumpkin spice solid coffee scrub recipe to sell, you’ll need to label your solid coffee scrubs appropriately to meet state and federal laws. If you’re unsure about the rules and regulations regarding labeling cosmetics, I highly recommend the book, Soap and Cosmetic Labeling: How to Follow the Rules and Regs Explained in Plain English, by Marie Gale.

To use your solid coffee scrubs, simply massage the bar – or a piece of the bar – onto wet skin in a warm-hot shower. Then rinse and pat dry. Be sure to store your solid coffee scrubs in a cool, dry location when not in use to extend the life of the product.

Live in a warmer climate? Make these solid coffee scrubs so they have a slightly higher melt point by making the following changes to my cardamom & pumpkin spice solid coffee scrub recipe: 1.5 oz. of shea butter (instead of 2 oz.) and 1 oz. cupuacu butter (instead of .75 oz.) This will also make them more shelf stable for shipping purposes.

This homemade coffee scrub recipe without coconut oil is inspired by the Frank Body Original Coffee Scrub. Scented with a fresh blend of orange, coconut and cardamom, my coffee scrub recipe contains naturally emollient sweet almond oil, mineral rich pink Himalayan salt, anti-inflammatory blood orange essential oil, brown sugar, and ground coffee to exfoliate, smooth and brighten dull, aging or acne prone skin. Plus there are free printable labels for gifting!

For more handmade holiday gift ideas, be sure to check out my Holly-Days favorites on Etsy here for handmade gifts you can buy. Or for more DIY holiday gift ideas visit these boards on Pinterest: Unique DIY Christmas Gift Ideas, DIY Stocking Stuffer Sized Christmas Gifts, and Homemade Gift Ideas for Men. You can also find more of my homemade scrub recipes here as well as on my DIY Bath and Body board on Pinterest here. (Pictured above is my Orange Coconut Coffee Scrub Recipe.)

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Homemade Chocolate Orange Body Butter Recipe

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This homemade chocolate orange body butter recipe is made with real cocoa powder as well as skin nourishing shea and cocoa butters. Not only does it smells great but it's also non-greasy! Pair it with my matching chocolate orange body scrub recipe for a fantastic homemade gift set perfect for bath and body lovers!

 

This homemade chocolate orange body butter recipe is made with real cocoa powder as well as skin nourishing shea and cocoa butters. Not only does this luxurious homemade chocolate orange body butter recipe smell great, but it’s non-greasy and helps to protect your skin from the elements and repeated hand washings!

Looking for a fantastic homemade gift idea? Try out this homemade chocolate orange body butter recipe and matching chocolate orange sugar scrub recipe for a decadent homemade Christmas gift set!

Pair this homemade chocolate orange body butter recipe with my matching chocolate orange sugar scrub recipe for a fantastic homemade gift set perfect for bath and body lovers this holiday season! (I’ll even tell you how to create your own orange slice border labels!)

This homemade chocolate orange body butter recipe is made with real cocoa powder as well as skin nourishing shea and cocoa butters. Not only does it smells great but it's also non-greasy! Pair it with my matching chocolate orange body scrub recipe for a fantastic homemade gift set perfect for bath and body lovers!

Homemade Chocolate Orange Body Butter Recipe

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen

Ingredients:

5 oz. shea butter
.75 oz. cocoa butter
.5 oz. emulsifying wax
.5 oz. hemp seed oil
.25 oz. lanolin
.25 oz. white kaolin (cosmetic) clay
.25 oz. unsweetened baking cocoa powder
4.5 mL cocoa absolute
.15 oz. Orange Peel Cybilla fragrance oil
1 mL rosemary extract (antioxidant)

Instructions:

Begin by using a digital scale to weigh out the shea butter, cocoa butter and emulsifying wax. Heat in a double boiler or in the microwave at 50% power until melted in a large glass Pyrex measuring cup. Remove from heat.

Weigh out the lanolin then stir into the the butters wax until it melts completely.

Next, weigh out both the clay and cocoa powder, and whisk into the melted body butter ingredients until they are evenly distributed and there are no more clumps.

Now weigh out the hemp seed oil and stir into the body butter mixture. (If you prefer not to use hemp seed oil – I love this oil as it’s a super nourishing dry oil – you can substitute your own favorite carrier oil that’s liquid at room temperature.)

Follow with the orange peel fragrance oil, weighing out the amount needed then mixing it into the body butter as well. (If you prefer an all natural chocolate orange body butter recipe you can substitute the orange peel fragrance oil with .1 oz. of sweet orange essential oil.)

Finally, using a graduated transfer pipette, measure out the cocoa absolute and the rosemary extract and thoroughly mix into the body butter.

Now place the body butter in the refrigerator until it reaches an even goopey consistency throughout. Mix the body butter again – the cocoa and cocoa absolute will have separated and sunk towards the bottom – then pour into your containers.

This homemade chocolate orange body butter recipe will fill two 4 oz. containers. (Each container will have about 3.8 oz. by weight of product.) I used the eco-friendly 4 oz. paperboard jars from SKS Bottle & Packaging for these body butters.

Allow your body butter to fully solidify – this can take 24-48 hours depending on the temperature in your home, then place the lid on each body butter and label as desired for gifting or personal use.

This homemade chocolate orange body butter recipe is made with real cocoa powder as well as skin nourishing shea and cocoa butters. Not only does it smells great but it's also non-greasy! Pair it with my matching chocolate orange body scrub recipe for a fantastic homemade gift set perfect for bath and body lovers!

You can make simple labels for the lids using free online clipart. I found this orange border clipart at Mein Lila Park blog here.

How to make labels for your homemade body butter!

To make the labels I downloaded the free digital orange doodle border png to my computer. I then created a new text document in OpenOffice and formatted the page layout to landscape (Format > Page > Landscape > OK) with default borders. Next I imported the image to the page. (Insert > Picture > From File > Choose file location from your computer) I did not need to scale the image – it works perfectly at the size it is!

I then imported the image again and positioned it to the right of the first one so that the images that overlapped lined up evenly and there were eight orange slices in the row.

Hit enter after the images then repeat for the number of labels that you need.

Now simply print your orange slice border labels onto full size label sheets – I got mine from WorldLabel – then cut them out and wrap them around each lid. That’s it! (For more on how to create your own custom labels, be sure to check out my step by step photo tutorial here.)

(Psst. If you’re looking for clipart you can purchase I am also crushing on this clipart collection of aromatic flowers and fruits and these blank watercolor fruits circle labels.)

This homemade chocolate orange sugar scrub recipe is made with real cocoa powder as well as skin nourishing shea and cocoa butters. Not only does it smells great but but it's also fabulous paired with my matching non-greasy chocolate orange body butter recipe for a fantastic homemade gift set perfect for bath and body lovers!

To make it a sugar scrub:

It’s super easy to now make your own homemade chocolate orange sugar scrub recipe. If you want a matching chocolate orange body butter and chocolate orange sugar scrub, simply fill one 4 oz. container with your body butter created from the chocolate orange body butter recipe once it’s reached the goopey stage. With the remaining body butter, add 8 oz. of white granulated sugar by weight and mix well.

Looking for a fantastic homemade gift idea? Try out this homemade chocolate orange body butter recipe and matching chocolate orange sugar scrub recipe for a decadent homemade Christmas gift set!

Once the chocolate orange sugar scrub has solidified, fluff with a fork to unpack the scrub for ease of use. Then fill the containers of your choice with the sugar scrub – either four 4 oz. containers, two 8 oz. containers or one 16 oz. container.

To make the entire batch of body butter into a scrub, add 16 oz. of white granulated sugar. It’s as easy as that!

This cinnamon sugar homemade non-greasy body butter recipe combines vanilla, warm ginger, cinnamon and cardamom notes with a rich, moisturizing formula that melts into skin on contact and leaves skin feeling luxuriously soft and supple with a non-greasy feel once absorbed. These make wonderful homemade Christmas gifts.

If you like my homemade chocolate orange body butter recipe – and chocolate orange sugar scrub! – then you may also enjoy my cinnamon sugar non-greasy body butter recipe, my vanilla & fig homemade non-greasy body butter recipe, my DIY lemon verbena candle and body butter gift set and my non-greasy lavender body butter recipe. Or even my cranberry chutney solid lotion bar recipe made with cocoa and mango butters and Manuka honey!

I also have homemade sugar scrub recipes for making you own homemade body scrub recipe with neem oil for acne prone skin, pink grapefruit and poppyseed sugar scrub recipe, orange and coconut face scrub recipe, anti-aging natural emulsified sugar scrub recipe, homemade pumpkin sugar scrub recipe, chocolate cake scented creamy sugar scrub recipe, raspberry lemonade sugar scrub recipe, natural creamy lemon poppyseed sugar scrub recipe, homemade peppermint foaming sugar scrub recipe, and a fall spice sugar scrub recipe.

For more of my homemade bath and body recipes as well as favorites from around the web, be sure to check out and follow my DIY Bath and Body board on Pinterest. If you’re looking more homemade Christmas gift ideas, you’ll also enjoy my Christmas gift idea boards on PinterestUnique DIY Christmas Gift Ideas and DIY Stocking Stuffer Sized Christmas Gifts. You can also find and follow me via Blog Lovin’ and TumblrFacebook, Twitter, G+ and Instagram.


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Homemade Body Scrub Recipe for Acne Prone Skin

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Problem or acne prone skin? Then try this homemade body scrub recipe for acne prone skin! It helps to keep skin looking and feeling great without drying out or irritating sensitive skin.

Problem or acne prone skin? Then try this homemade body scrub recipe for acne prone skin! It helps to keep skin looking and feeling great without drying out or irritating even sensitive skin. Made with a combination of dead sea salt and sugar, this homemade body scrub recipe for acne prone skin gently exfoliates skin while natural clays, tea tree and neem oil help keep acne in check. And, unlike other body scrub recipes, this homemade body scrub recipe won’t leave skin feeling greasy or oily. Instead your skin simply feels soft and smooth after rinsing and drying!

Problem or acne prone skin? Then try this homemade body scrub recipe for acne prone skin! It helps to keep skin looking and feeling great without drying out or irritating sensitive skin.

Homemade Body Scrub Recipe for Acne Prone Skin

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen

Ingredients:

2 oz. (liquid at room temperature) carrier oil based on your skin’s needs
1 oz. cocoa butter
.5 oz. shea butter
.25 oz. 100% neem oil
1 oz. traditional emulsifying wax
.5 oz. kaolin (white cosmetic) clay
.5 oz. bentonite clay
.25 oz. arrowroot powder
.1 oz. lavender flower powder
.15 oz. dimethicone
1 mL tea tree oil
2 mL essential oil of choice (lavender, lemongrass, rosemary, etc.)
3 oz. dead sea salt, fine ground
7.5 oz. white sugar

Problem or acne prone skin? Then try this homemade body scrub recipe for acne prone skin! It helps to keep skin looking and feeling great without drying out or irritating sensitive skin.

Instructions:

Begin by choosing a carrier oil for your homemade body scrub recipe. Your carrier oil should be liquid at room temperature to get the proper texture and final product consistency. Choose a carrier oil based on its skin care properties that best meet your own needs. Some of my favorite carrier oils for this recipe are apricot kernel oil, sweet almond oil, avocado oil, hemp seed oil, rosehip seed oilsafflower oil and sunflower oil. I specifically used sunflower oil for my own homemade body scrub recipe.

You’ll also need to choose an essential oil for this recipe. I recommend choosing an essential oil that blends well with tea tree oil like lemongrass, lavender or rosemary. You can choose this essential oil both for fragrance as well as its skin care properties. I used lemongrass essential oil when making my body scrub. The combination of the essential oils and lavender flower powder will cover the natural scent of neem oil so you won’t even realize it’s in there!

Using a digital scale, begin by weighing out the cocoa butter, shea butter and emulsifying wax. Melt in a double boiler or in a large glass Pyrex measuring cup placed on a canning ring in a pot of water over medium heat on the stove. Once melted weigh out your choice of carrier oil and the neem oil and stir into the melted butters and wax. Mix well to combine and reheat if necessary. (You’ll want to use a non-metal utensil for mixing.)

Now weigh out the clays, arrowroot powder and lavender flower powder. Using a silicone whisk, whisk the powders and clays into the butter, wax and oil mixture. Keep mixing until the base for your homemade body scrub is smooth and creamy and free of clumps.

Next, weigh out the dimethicone and whisk into the body scrub base. (This ingredient is optional. However I chose to use it as it leaves your skin feeling silky smooth and conditioned after rinsing the scrub off. Dimethicone is synthetic silicone and a common ingredient found in hair conditioners, skin protectant lotions and face creams. If you prefer an all natural product it’s fine to leave this out but the end product will feel a little different.)

Using graduated plastic transfer pipettes, measure out the essential oils and whisk into the body scrub mixture.

You’ll now add the final ingredients, the dead sea salt and sugar. Weight out these ingredients and whisk into the body scrub base a little at a time until all of the dead sea salt and sugar have been fully incorporated. Allow the body scrub to cool completely.

Finally, once your homemade body scrub has completely cooled off, mix again then spoon into two 8 oz. containers or one 16 oz. container. (Each 8 oz. container will hold 8.4 oz. by weight of your homemade body scrub.)

Problem skin? Try this homemade body scrub recipe for acne prone skin to help keep skin looking and feeling great without drying it out!

You can now label your container(s) of homemade body scrub. I printed out these free “Handmade with Love” labels I found at Everything Etsy here onto full sized sticker label sheets from WorldLabel. (For more free printables be sure to follow my Printables board on Pinterest.) After printing my labels, I covered the front of them with packing tape so they’d be water resistant, then cut them out and adhered them to the front of my body scrub containers.

To use apply to clean skin in the bath or shower and massage in a circular motion paying extra attention to troublesome spots. Rinse clean then pat dry.

If you like this homemade body scrub recipe for acne prone skin you may also like my Neem Oil & Tea Tree Foot Scrub Recipe which can be found here. For even more of my skin care and body scrub recipes be sure to follow my boards on Pinterest. Or discover all of all my new beauty and skin care recipes by following Soap Deli News blog via Blog Lovin’ and Tumblr or by following me on FacebookTwitter, G+ and Instagram.


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