Cardamom & Pumpkin Spice Solid Coffee Scrub Recipe for Holiday Gifts
If you love a good homemade coffee scrub recipe, then you’ll like this solid coffee scrub recipe even more! Made using coffee, sugar and salt to exfoliate skin, this solid coffee body scrub works just as well as a traditional sugar coffee scrub, but without the mess. Learn how to make this skin pampering solid sugar scrub to exfoliate and moisturize for glowing skin. Or create these scrubs as homemade holiday gifts for friends and family.
This cardamom and pumpkin spice solid coffee scrub recipe makes a wonderful holiday gift idea for friends and family. Or keep them for yourself to use as a bath time treat to exfoliate, nourish and moisturize your dry winter skin. This solid coffee scrub recipe is 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! It’s the perfect addition to your winter skin care routine or as a delightful self care treat.
Cardamom & Pumpkin Spice Solid Coffee Scrub Recipe
© Rebecca D. Dillon
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 on How to Make Solid Coffee Scrub Bars:
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.
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.
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.)
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.
More Coffee Scrub Recipes
If you like my solid coffee scrub recipe, then be sure to try out my other coffee scrubs recipes as part of your natural skin care routine.
- DIY Coffee Scrub Recipe for Cellulite, Stretch Marks & Anti-Aging Skin Care Without Coconut Oil
- Coffee Scrub Recipe with Coconut Oil
- DIY Coffee Body Scrub with Mandarin Essential Oil
- Cardamom & Spice Solid Coffee Sugar Scrub Recipe
For more handmade holiday gift ideas, be sure to check out my favorite holiday gift ideas on Etsy here for handmade gifts you can buy. You can also find more of my homemade scrub recipes here as well as on my DIY Bath and Body board on Pinterest here.
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