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Yummy Scented Raspberry Lemonade Sugar Scrub Recipe with Coconut Oil

Yummy Raspberry Lemonade Sugar Scrub Recipe

Yummy Raspberry Lemonade Sugar Scrub Recipe with Coconut Oil - So easy to make and a wonderful natural moisturizer!

What’s better on a hot summer day than a glass of lemonade? Why this yummy homemade raspberry lemonade sugar scrub recipe of course! It’s so easy to make and and contains nature’s natural moisturizer, coconut oil!

Yummy Scented Raspberry Lemonade Sugar Scrub Recipe with Coconut Oil

Raspberry Lemonade Sugar Scrub Recipe

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen


4 oz. 76° melt point refined coconut oil
.5 oz. sesame oil
6 oz. white sugar
.3 oz. raspberry lemonade fragrance oil
pinch iron yellow oxide pigment powder or yellow mica, optional


Weigh out the ingredients using a digital scale and combine in large glass bowl. Whip with a fork until all ingredients are combined then spoon into an 8 oz. container of your choice.

If you live in a colder climate you may need to melt or soften the coconut oil before mixing. Simply weigh it first and heat until partially melted in the microwave, then weigh and add the other ingredients.

If you choose to use 92° melt point coconut oil – what they sell for cooking in grocery stores – you may need to decrease the amount of coconut oil slightly and increase the amount of sesame oil. You may also have some of the natural coconut smell come through in the end product as it’s generally unrefined so it still has it’s natural scent.

Why sesame and coconut oils?

Both sesame oil and coconut oil are two of nature’s great moisturizers. In addition to their moisturizing properties, they also offer a protective layer in products to help skin retain moisture. This makes them a great choice for dry skin. Coconut oil is also suitable for those who have skin sensitivities and is widely used throughout the soapmaking and cosmetics industry for this reason.

To learn more about the benefits of coconut oil I recommend the book, Coconut Oil: For Health and Beauty by Cynthia Holzapfel and Laura Holzapfel.

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  • Zylo

    August 5, 2014 at 4:32 pm

    Oh, I could actually make this! It wouldn’t smell the same since I don’t have that specific oil, but this would be cool. I love trying new scrubs.

  • Erica Manoz

    August 7, 2014 at 3:01 pm

    Oh I bet that smells wonderful!! 🙂

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