DIY Detox Shower Scrub Bars Video Tutorial for skin in need of some TLC!

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DIY Detox Shower Scrub Bars

Want soft and supple skin? These DIY Detox Shower Scrub Bars are perfect for skin in need of a little extra TLC. Plus they’re easy enough that anyone can make them! This simple video tutorial from The Nadia Effect will walk you through the process of creating your own DIY Detox Shower Scrub Bars so you get it right the first try! Once you’ve made your DIY Detox Shower Scrub Bars, be sure to follow The Nadia Effect on Facebook here for more great DIY skincare ideas and DIY skincare video tutorials.

Detox Shower Scrub Bars Recipe

© Nadia Mansour

Ingredients:

2 Cups cocoa butter
1 Cup kokum butter
1 Cup shea butter
2 Tablespoons baobab oil
1/2 teaspoon fragrance oil
rock salt or coarse sea salt or coarse pink salt

Instructions:

Unlike the majority of my skincare recipes, you won’t need a digital scale for this project. Instead you’ll need measuring spoons and measuring cups.

Per Nadia’s video tutorial for making these DIY detox shower scrub bars, you’ll begin by measuring out the cocoa butter, kokum butter and shea butter into a large glass bowl.

Heat until melted then measure out and stir in the baobab oil and a skin safe fragrance oil of your choice. Set aside.

Using a 3″x3″x1″ mold – you can find the one used in this video here –  fill each of the mold’s cavities with large rock salt.

Now fill each of the mold’s cavities with the melted butter mix over the rock salt and gently stir the salt and melted butter mixture in each of the mold’s cavities.

Carefully place the mold in the refrigerator – I suggest placing the mold on a cutting board prior to starting this project for easy transport – until the detox shower scrub bars are semi-solid.

Decorate the tops of your detox shower scrub bars with more salt to suit, then refrigerate them in the mold until they’ve fully solidified.

Once your detox shower scrub bars have fully hardened, simply remove them from the mold for use!

I recommend wrapping your detox shower scrub bars in foodservice film until ready to use.

To use, simply massage a detox shower scrub bar onto wet skin in a warm to hot shower, then rinse and pat dry. Then just be sure to keep your detox shower scrub bar dry in between uses.

DIY this homemade truffle buff recipe for an exfoliating in the shower body butter scrub that leaves your skin extraordinarily soft!

If you like Nadia’s recipe for making your own DIY Detox Shower Scrub Bars, then you’ll also love her Truffle Bar Recipe for soft skin! You can find her Truffle Bar Recipe at Soap Deli News blog here. In addition, you may also enjoy my own recipe for making a Lush inspired massage bar. You can find that recipe here.

Etta + Billie Grapefruit Cardamom Body Scrub // A natural exfoliating scrub bar with certified organic ingredients. This scrub combines the therapeutic properties of solar evaporated sea salt with the ultra moisturizing skin loving properties of organic cocoa butter and fair trade shea butter. An uplifting exotic spicy blend of bright fresh pink grapefruit and herbaceous sultry cardamom.

Don’t have time to make your own detox shower scrub bar? You can buy them instead! One of my favorite sea salt scrub bars is the Grapefruit Cardamom Body Scrub from Etta + Billie. This natural exfoliating sea salt scrub bar is made with certified organic ingredients and combines the therapeutic properties of solar evaporated sea salt with the ultra moisturizing skin loving properties of organic cocoa butter and fair trade shea butter. It’s then scented with the uplifting exotic spicy blend of bright fresh pink grapefruit and herbaceous sultry cardamom. You can find it here.

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Fun DIY Soap Tutorials for DIY Lemon Soap and DIY Emoji Soap

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Fun DIY Soap Tutorials! Learn how to make your own DIY Lemon Slice Soaps and DIY Emoji Soaps with these fun DIY video soap tutorials from makoccino!

Beat the heat & get crafty inside this weekend with these Fun DIY soap tutorials!

Learn how to make your own DIY Lemon Slice Soaps and DIY Emoji Soaps with these fun DIY soap tutorials from makoccino!

DIY Lemon Soap

This fun DIY soap tutorial from makoccino will show you how to make your own DIY Lemon Slice Soaps. You can also use the same soapmaking tutorial to create other DIY Citrus Slice Soaps like oranges and limes!

For this project you’ll need both clear and white melt and pour soap bases, round molds in different sizes or a cookie cutter, yellow soap colorant and lemon essential oil. (I recommend using 12 drops of essential oil for every ounce of soap. For larger batches of soap, use .05%.)

DIY Emoji Soap

This next soapmaking video tutorial from makoccino shows you how to make your own DIY Emoji Soaps!  Made using water soluble paper, simply download the graphic images (provided in the description of this soapmaking tutorial here) and print them onto the water soluble paper using your inkjet printer.

Don’t want to make emoji soaps? You can use any image of you like for these fun DIY soaps. These would be great as party favors for themed parties, especially birthday parties. Think Pokemon images for a kids’ Pokemon themed birthday party!

Looking for Pokemon inspired bath and body video tutorials? Be sure to visit this blog post to learn how to make your own DIY Pokemon Pokeball Bath Bombs and DIY Pokemon Pokeball Soaps for your Pokemon Go fans!

For more fun DIY soap tutorials, be sure to follow my DIY Bath & Body Board on Pinterest. (You can also follow this group Soap-making Pinterest board.) And for even more fun DIY ideas, follow me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr and Blog Lovin’.


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