Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes

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Help transform dull, dry skin into smoother, more vibrant skin with any of these top homemade sugar scrub recipes! Not only does daily exfoliation help to promote new skin cells, but it also keeps your skin looking naturally younger by discouraging fine lines and wrinkles. Pick your favorite or try them all! Plus learn how to create your own custom sugar scrub recipes.

Help transform dull, dry skin into smoother, more vibrant skin with any of these top homemade sugar scrub recipes! Not only does daily exfoliation help to promote new skin cells, but it also keeps your skin looking naturally younger by discouraging fine lines and wrinkles. Pick your favorite or try them all! Plus learn how to create your own custom homemade sugar scrub recipes.

Help transform dull, dry skin into smoother, more vibrant skin with any of these top homemade sugar scrub recipes! Not only does daily exfoliation help to promote new skin cells, but it also keeps your skin looking naturally younger by discouraging fine lines and wrinkles. Pick your favorite or try them all! Plus learn how to create your own custom sugar scrub recipes.

Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes

1. Chocolate Orange Sugar Scrub Recipe – 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 smell wonderful, it’s also non-greasy to help prevent slipping in the tub. There’s even a tutorial that teaches you how to make your own custom labels.

2. Anti-Aging Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe – This homemade anti-aging natural emulsified sugar scrub recipe contains ingredients mature and aging skin loves like argan oil and sea buckthorn oil!

3. Homemade Pumpkin Sugar Scrub Recipe – This fantastic fall inspired homemade pumpkin sugar scrub recipe is whipped for a super creamy, sugary scrub that exfoliates and moisturizes! It’s made with natural pumpkin seed oil prized for its moisturizing properties to dry and damaged skin and is scented with a pleasingly pumpkin fragrance oil.

4. Natural 2-in-1 Cleanser & Activated Charcoal Facial Scrub Recipe – This two-in-one cleanser and activated charcoal facial scrub recipe is sort of a catch all product that combines a gentle castile based soap with natural oils as well as activated charcoal and essential oils proven to be effective in fighting acne. Natural fine grain white sugar gently exfoliates facial skin to slough off dead skin cells while shea butter, castor and hazelnut oils clean away makeup and dirt, while the castile soap gives it a little bit of that bubbly action that you’re used to.

Help transform dull, dry skin into smoother, more vibrant skin with any of these top homemade sugar scrub recipes! Not only does daily exfoliation help to promote new skin cells, but it also keeps your skin looking naturally younger by discouraging fine lines and wrinkles. Pick your favorite or try them all! Plus learn how to create your own custom sugar scrub recipes.

5. Homemade Pink Grapefruit & Poppyseed Sugar Scrub Recipe – This homemade sugar scrub recipe is less greasy feeling than most other scrubs that made from olive oil and it’s thick texture makes it easier to apply. It contains skin nourishing coconut oil, grapeseed oil and shea butter for moisture without the oiliness so it’s great even on those hot days that are right around the corner!

Help transform dull, dry skin into smoother, more vibrant skin with any of these top homemade sugar scrub recipes! Not only does daily exfoliation help to promote new skin cells, but it also keeps your skin looking naturally younger by discouraging fine lines and wrinkles. Pick your favorite or try them all! Plus learn how to create your own custom sugar scrub recipes.

6. Natural Creamy Lemon Poppyseed Sugar Scrub Recipe – Treat yourself to a fresh lemon mint fragrance with this lemon poppy seed sugar scrub recipe! It’s made with shea butter for a cream scrub not an oily mess!

7. White Tea Solid Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe – This solid sugar scrub cubes recipe is scented with a white tea fragrance oil and exfoliates and moisturizes skin with less mess than traditional scrubs.

8. Homemade Peppermint Foaming Sugar Scrub Recipe – This rich, thick homemade peppermint foaming sugar scrub recipe lathers like a soap when massaged onto skin so there’s no need to wash with soap afterward.

9. Chocolate Cake Scented Creamy Sugar Scrub Recipe – A luxurious, moisturizing chocolate cake scented sugar scrub recipe for indulging in the shower. It smells great, is non-greasy and has a touch of shimmer!

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

10. Homemade Body Scrub Recipe for Acne Prone 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 sensitive skin. While this homemade scrub recipe calls for dead sea salt as an ingredient, you can easily turn this into a sugar scrub recipe by simply swapping the salt for sugar. Plus where to download and print free labels for your finished product.

11. Raspberry Lemonade Sugar Scrub Recipe – This yummy scented Raspberry Lemonade Sugar Scrub Recipe is not only easy to make but it also contains coconut oil – one of nature’s prized moisturizers!  This homemade sugar scrub recipe easy to make and and contains nature’s natural moisturizer, coconut oil!

12. Cardamom & Spice Solid Coffee Sugar Scrub Recipe – This cardamom and spice solid coffee sugar scrub recipe exfoliates with a combination of sugar, coffee and spices, while moisturizing with cocoa and mango butters. And, oh wow! The resulting solid coffee sugar scrub hearts smell amazing!

13. DIY Solid Sugar Scrub Snowballs – These sparkling DIY solid sugar scrub snowballs are not only a fun way to pamper yourself this winter, but they also make unique gift ideas for any bath and body lover!

Skin Care DIY - Natural Homemade Foot Scrub Recipe for Dry, Cracked Feet

14. Natural Exfoliating Homemade Foot Scrub Recipe – This is probably one of most favorite scrub recipes ever! While it’s a salt scrub, simply swapping the salt for sugar makes this into a wonderful sugar scrub recipe. It is made using a non-greasy creamy combination of butters & oils with exfoliating fine ground pumice and walnut shell powder.

15. Homemade Orange & Coconut Face Scrub Recipe – This homemade orange and coconut face scrub recipe helps to detoxify and cleanse all skin types with natural oils and bentonite clay. Makes a great body scrub too!

16. Exfoliate & Detox Skin Polish Recipe – If you’re looking for brighter, clearer skin, my DIY natural exfoliate and detox skin polish may just be the answer to your skin care woes. This dry face polish is crafted from all dry ingredients for a long shelf life and to enable you to customize it with every use. Sugar, activated charcoal, bentonite clay, coconut milk powder, and powdered botanicals gently exfoliate skin and help to draw out impurities. Just add water, milk, aloe or a carrier oil of your choice.

17. Natural Lemongrass Exfoliating Foaming Facial Cleanser Recipe – This natural sugar scrub recipe cleans and brightens skin, helps to even skin tone and removes impurities to help fight blemishes.

18. Natural Lemon Verbena Solid Sugar Scrub Cubes – These wonderfully scented solid sugar scrub cubes are made with skin nourishing ingredients like argan oil, cocoa and shea butters and coconut oil. Keep it natural by using a lemon verbena essential oil instead of a fragrance oil.

19. Traditional Solid Sugar Scrub Recipe – This simple, traditional solid shea butter sugar scrub cube recipe is so easy to make. It’s made using a melt and pour soap base, shea butter, coconut oil, sugar and your favorite fragrance! There are also free printable product labels to make gifting these a snap!

20. Combination Solid Sugar Scrub & Soap Recipe – This combination solid sugar scrub and homemade soap recipe uses a fun, flower shaped mold for super cute DIY spring wedding favors, homemade Mother’s Day gifts or Easter basket gifts!

Learn how to make homemade scrubs for yourself or to sell! Whether you're making homemade body scrubs or salt or sugar scrubs this DIY will get you started!

Want even more homemade sugar scrub recipes? Then be sure to check out my tutorial on how to make your own custom homemade sugar scrub recipes. My custom sugar scrub tutorial not only instructs you on the easiest way to create your own homemade sugar scrub recipes, but there are also two simple homemade sugar scrub recipes for a Vanilla & Fig sugar scrub and a Lemon Basil sugar scrub.

You can also follow my DIY Bath and Body board on Pinterest to discover even more homemade sugar scrub recipes as well as homemade soap recipes, beauty DIY’s and other homemade skin care recipes and tutorials for making your own skin care products. You can also find me on Blog Lovin’TumblrFacebook, TwitterG+ and Instagram.


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Natural Vanilla & Pumpkin Spice Salt Scrub Recipe

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Homemade Natural Vanilla and Pumpkin Spice Salt Scrub Recipe

One of my favorite treats during fall is, of course, pumpkin pie. I have mine completely naked sans the whipped cream or cool whip, but I have been known to eat half of an entire pie in one sitting. This homemade natural vanilla and pumpkin spice salt scrub recipe is reminiscent of that most delectable dessert. Plus it’s all natural just like your food should be!

Homemade Natural Vanilla and Pumpkin Spice Salt Scrub Recipe

Natural Vanilla & Pumpkin Spice Salt Scrub Recipe

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen

Ingredients:

4 oz. fine dead sea salt
.65 oz. apricot kernel oil
.15 oz. agave syrup
.15 oz. natural bourbon vanilla extract
1/2 teaspoon nutmeg powder
15 drops cinnamon essential oil
10 drops clove essential oil
15 drops ginger essential oil

Instructions:

Using a digital scale weigh out the sea salt into a glass bowl or Prex measuring cup. Weigh out and stir in the apricot kernel oil, agave syrup and vanilla extract.

Now measure out the nutmeg with a measuring spoon and add to the bowl.

Using a glass dropper or plastic transfer pipette add the essential oils.

Homemade Natural Vanilla and Pumpkin Spice Salt Scrub Recipe

Whisk with a fork then spoon into a four ounce container.

To use simply slather onto wet skin and massage in. Rinse, then pat dry.

For more of my homemade salt scrub recipes visit Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen. Prefer sugar? Try my Homemade Pumpkin Sugar Scrub Recipe. Also be sure follow my DIY Bath and Body Pinterest board for even more homemade scrub recipes, homemade soap recipes and beauty DIY’s.


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Homemade Pumpkin Sugar Scrub Recipe

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Fall Beauty DIY for a Homemade Pumpkin Sugar Scrub Recipe

This fantastic fall inspired homemade pumpkin sugar scrub recipe is whipped for a super creamy, sugary scrub that exfoliates and moisturizes! It’s made with natural pumpkin seed oil prized for its moisturizing properties to dry and damaged skin and is scented with a pleasingly pumpkin fragrance oil. Here’s the recipe so you can make your own.

Homemade Pumpkin Pie Sugar Scrub Recipe

Homemade Pumpkin Sugar Scrub Recipe

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen

Ingredients:

1 oz. jojoba oil
2 oz. pumpkin seed oil
.5 oz. shea butter
.25 oz. cocoa butter
.75 oz. stearic acid
1 oz. glycerin
.15 oz. Pleasingly Pumpkin fragrance oil
6 oz. white sugar

Instructions:

Using a digital scale weigh out the shea butter, cocoa butter and stearic acid. Heat at reduced power in a large Pyrex measuring cup or in a double boiler until the ingredients have melted.

Now weigh out the jojoba and pumpkin seed oil and stir into the melted butters and wax. Allow to cool. You can hasten this process by placing the ingredients in the fridge.

Once the homemade pumpkin sugar scrub ingredients have slightly solidified, weigh out and stir in the glycerin and fragrance oil.

Now slowly add the the 6 oz. of sugar by weight, mixing with the hand mixer as you go.

Package in an airtight plastic or glass jar. (The final product fills just over an 8 oz. container.)

Note that this homemade pumpkin sugar scrub recipe is intensely moisturizing and does not fully rinse off. Simply rinse and dry as usual with no need to apply lotion afterwards. If it’s too much for your skin’s needs, simply omit the glycerin or try substituting it with aloe vera gel!

For more homemade sugar scrub recipes as well as homemade soap recipes and beauty DIY’s be sure to follow my DIY Bath and Body board on Pinterest.

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Ginger Lime Homemade Salt Scrub Recipe

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Ginger Lime Homemade Salt Scrub Recipe

This ginger lime scented homemade salt scrub recipe is just what your skin ordered! Naturally exfoliating, this homemade salt scrub nourishes skin with cocoa butter, coconut oil and grape seed oil. A ginger and lime scented fragrance oil then polishes off the final product with its fresh, invigorating scent.

Not a fan of lime? Substitute with your favorite skin safe fragrance oils instead or half the amount of fragrance oil needed and use natural essential oils.

Ginger Lime Homemade Salt Scrub Recipe

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen

Ingredients:

1 oz. refined & deodorized cocoa butter
2.3 oz. 76° melt point refined coconut oil
3 oz. grapeseed oil
.1 oz. ginger lime fragrance oil
11 oz. fine dead sea salt
pinch chromium green oxide pigment powder

Instructions:

Begin by using a digital scale to weigh out the cocoa melt. Place in a large glass Pyrex measuring cup and heat in the microwave at reduced power until fully melted.

Weigh out the coconut oil and stir into the melted cocoa butter. Then do the same with the grape seed oil and fragrance.

In a separate container weigh out the sea salt and and then add a pinch of chromium green oxide pigment powder, for color, if desired. Mix well with a fork.

Now slowly pour the salt into the melted oils stirring with a fork as you go.

Scoop into an 8 oz. container of your choice then allow to cool completely before putting the lid on the container.

To use, simply slather on desired amount in the bath or shower massaging onto your skin as you do so. Rinse well, then pat dry.

For more homemade salt scrub recipes as well as other bath and body recipes visit Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen and be sure to also check out my DIY bath and body board on Pinterest. Make sure you never miss a post by also following Soap Deli News on Blog Lovin’, Tumblr, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter!


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Natural Homemade Patchouli Soap Recipe with Printable Cigar Band Labels

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This homemade patchouli soap recipe is perfect for the hippie in you! It contains a naturally exfoliating "granola crunch" and patchouli essential oil. Comes with free printable cigar band soap labels.I’ve been wanting to make a new patchouli soap recipe for a while. I had stopped making it some time back as the cost of patchouli essential oil had gotten so high. Now that it’s come back down, I decided to formulate a homemade patchouli soap recipe with a hippie theme. While the fragrance of patchouli essential oil is already the stereotypical hippie scent, I thought why not throw some granola in the mix as well?

I also made this patchouli soap recipe completely free of palm oil for those who are concerned about finding and/or using ethically sourced palm oil. What I ended up with is a soap I’ve named Patchouli Granola Crunch. It’s eco-conscious, filled with the goodness of rolled oats, and is scented with the rich, earthy fragrance of dark patchouli essential oil. It could just be the perfect soap for the modern hippie at heart!

Homemade Patchouli Granola Crunch Soap Recipe

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen

Soap Ingredients (x2):

13 oz. olive oil
5.25 oz. hemp seed oil
7 oz. 76° melt point refined coconut oil
4 oz. soybean oil
3 oz. grapeseed oil
2 oz. shea butter
2 oz. cocoa butter
.25 oz. beeswax

13 fl. oz. distilled water
4.9 oz. lye (sodium hydroxide)

1 oz. patchouli essential oil

This homemade patchouli soap recipe is perfect for the hippie in you! It contains a naturally exfoliating "granola crunch" and patchouli essential oil. Comes with free printable cigar band soap labels.

Granola Crunch Layer of Ingredients:

1 Tablespoon marshmallow root powder
1 Tablespoon colloidal oatmeal
3 Tablespoons traditional rolled oats
1 teaspoon walnut shell powder
1 Tablespoon sea salt
1 Tablespoon coriander seeds
fresh ground whole peppercorns

Instructions:

To make this soap, you’ll need to make two batches of the above soap ingredients in two separate non-aluminum pots following my basic cold process soapmaking instructions. For each batch, measure out the distilled water into a glass or plastic pitcher. Weight out the lye for each then stir into the water and set aside to cool. Next weigh out the soapmaking oils, butters and beeswax for each pot and melt on the stove over medium heat. Remove once the ingredients are fully melted and allow to cool to about 100 degrees F.

In the meantime, prepare two loaf soap molds by lining them with parchment, wax paper or plastic. (You can use the dimensions of my own soap molds to build you own if you need them.)

Make your first pot of soap by pouring one container of the lye-water into one of the pots with your soapmaking oils. Mix with and immersion blender until you reach a light trace, then add the patchouli essential and all of the ingredients for the Granola Crunch. (You’ll want to pre-prepare these by measuring them out with teaspoon and Tablespoon measurements.) Mix thoroughly and at medium to heavy trace pour evenly into the bottom of BOTH lined soap molds. Then, using a pepper grinder, grind peppercorns to lightly cover the top of the soap you just poured into the molds.

Next prepare your second batch of soap adding the patchouli essential oil at trace. Mix thoroughly then pour this soap evenly into the two soap molds on top of the soap with the “granola” ingredients you already poured.

Cover and insulate for twenty four hours. After twenty four hours, you can unmold the soap and cut into bars. Allow to cure for 3-4 before use. Then package and label. This batch will yield approximately 20-22 4.5-5oz. soap bars depending on how they are cut.

This homemade patchouli soap recipe is perfect for the hippie in you! It contains a naturally exfoliating "granola crunch" and patchouli essential oil. Comes with free printable cigar band soap labels.For printable cigar band labels for this soap, click here to download the labels (pdf file) in both black and white and color. There is also a printable version of the recipe. Print on regular paper to tape around bare bars of soap. Or wrap in cling wrap or paper, then print the labels sheets onto sticker paper wrap around the wrapped soaps. These make lovely homemade gifts!

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