DIY foaming salt scrub recipe. Make this strawberry smoothie foaming salt scrub recipe with real strawberries for glowing skin as part of your spring skin care routine. Formulated to be rich in Vitamin C to fight aging, this DIY beauty recipe is the perfect addition to your natural beauty regimen for soft, beautiful skin. Exfoliate your skin with natural salt and strawberry powder with this easy whipped salt scrub recipe. The best foaming salt scrub recipe for natural skin care.

Strawberry Smoothie Foaming Salt Scrub Recipe for Glowing Skin

April 4, 2017
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Dish up some fun in the kitchen with this amazing strawberry smoothie, foaming salt scrub recipe! It’s exfoliating and toning skin care properties will help keep your skin ready to show off all season long! Keep reading to learn how to make this easy spring inspired strawberry smoothie foaming salt scrub recipe for glowing skin!

DIY foaming salt scrub recipe. Make this strawberry smoothie foaming salt scrub recipe with real strawberries for glowing skin as part of your spring skin care routine. Formulated to be rich in Vitamin C to fight aging, this DIY beauty recipe is the perfect addition to your natural beauty regimen for soft, beautiful skin. Exfoliate your skin with natural salt and strawberry powder with this easy whipped salt scrub recipe. The best foaming salt scrub recipe for natural skin care this spring.

I created this foaming salt scrub recipe with real strawberry fruit powder for it’s skin soothing properties. Strawberry fruit powder is rich in polyphenols and Vitamin C and has toning properties when used in skincare products.

In addition, I used dendritic salt in lieu of regular salt. Dendritic salt has a finer grain and larger surface area than other salts which offers greater fragrance retention in cosmetic applications. It also dissolves faster in water. So it’s a great choice when making this homemade salt scrub recipe.

DIY foaming salt scrub recipe. Make this strawberry smoothie foaming salt scrub recipe with real strawberries for glowing skin as part of your spring skin care routine. Formulated to be rich in Vitamin C to fight aging, this DIY beauty recipe is the perfect addition to your natural beauty regimen for soft, beautiful skin. Exfoliate your skin with natural salt and strawberry powder with this easy whipped salt scrub recipe. The best foaming salt scrub recipe for natural skin care this spring.

Strawberry Smoothie Foaming Salt Scrub Recipe

© Rebecca D. Dillon

Ingredients:

8 oz. (227 grams) foaming bath whip
14 oz. (113 grams) dendritic salt
1 oz. (28 grams) strawberry fruit powder
.25 oz. (7 grams) strawberry fragrance oil
2 teaspoons Fuschia Pink mica powder

Instructions:

In a large container, weigh out the foaming bath whip base and the fragrance oil. Mix together. (I specifically used Crafter’s Choice foaming bath whip for my strawberry smoothie foaming salt scrub recipe.)

In a separate container weigh out the salt and strawberry fruit powder.

Then, using a measuring spoon, measure out the mica powder.

Strawberry Smoothie Foaming Salt Scrub Recipe! Learn how to make this easy spring inspired strawberry smoothie foaming whipped salt scrub recipe! It's made with real strawberry powder which is rich in polyphenols and Vitamin C and has natural skin soothing properties.

Mix the mica, strawberry powder and salt together then pour into the scented foaming bath whip base, mixing with a spatula as you go.

Strawberry Smoothie Foaming Salt Scrub Recipe! Learn how to make this easy spring inspired strawberry smoothie foaming whipped salt scrub recipe! It's made with real strawberry powder which is rich in polyphenols and Vitamin C and has natural skin soothing properties.

Once the dry ingredients are incorporated into the scented foaming bath whip base, mix well with a hand mixer on high speed for 3-5 minutes.

Strawberry Smoothie Foaming Salt Scrub Recipe! Learn how to make this easy spring inspired strawberry smoothie foaming whipped salt scrub recipe! It's made with real strawberry powder which is rich in polyphenols and Vitamin C and has natural skin soothing properties.

Now spoon or pipe the strawberry smoothie foaming salt scrub into your containers of choice. I used 9 oz. clear straight sided glass jars with silver metal lug caps from from SKS Bottle & Packaging. This product will yield around 22 oz. (624 grams) of product by volume. So I was able to fill two 9 oz. and one 4 oz. glass jars.

How to Use This Foaming Salt Scrub:

To use, simply remove desired amount and massage onto damp skin in the shower to cleanse, tone and exfoliate, then rinse off.

Strawberry Smoothie Foaming Salt Scrub Recipe! Learn how to make this easy spring inspired strawberry smoothie foaming whipped salt scrub recipe! It's made with real strawberry powder which is rich in polyphenols and Vitamin C and has natural skin soothing properties.

Notes on Making Substitutions to This Foaming Salt Scrub Recipe:

Like the idea of strawberries but don’t want a strawberry scent? This homemade salt scrub recipe is also nice with a pink lemonade flavor oil!

My strawberry smoothie salt scrub recipe is best suited for normal to oily skin. If you’d like to use this skin care product for dry skin, I recommend experimenting with adding a hydrating carrier oil or butter of your choice. 

It is also  important to note that fine salt crystals will dissolve in this foaming salt scrub base over time. Therefore I recommend using larger salt crystals than the dendritic salt if you aren’t using this product right away. You can also substitute the salt with sugar for another fun twist on this body scrub recipe.

Notes on Adding Preservatives to A Foaming Salt Scrub:

In addition, I advise using an additional preservative if you’re planning to sell or store your strawberry smoothie foaming salt scrub prior to use for an extended amount of time. As water can easily be introduced to your foaming salt scrub during use, this can allow bacteria and other nasty bugs to grow in your formula. There are a number of preservatives available depending on your needs that would work for this product. Simply choose the one you like the best one for this product type. Then add the preservative per manufacturer guidelines at the recommended percentage and temperature. 

If selling your homemade products, you’ll need to follow FDA guidelines for labeling your product. Not sure how to label your creations? I highly recommend the book, Soap and Cosmetic Labeling: How to Follow the Rules and Regs Explained in Plain English, by Marie Gale.

Strawberry smoothie foaming salt scrub recipe for natural summer skin care. Seriously sweet skin care for your natural beauty routine this summer with natural anti-aging skin care benefits. This homemade whipped salt scrub recipe looks good enough to eat. This homemade beauty recipe is also good for you! Rich in Vitamin C for age spots this exfoliating body scrub recipe has skin soothing & toning properties from real strawberry powder as well as alpha hydroxy skin care benefits for glowing skin.

More Salt Scrub Recipes for Your Skin Care Routine

If you like this recipe, then be sure to pin it to Pinterest for later. Also be sure to try my other foaming salt scrub recipe. Made using Dead sea salt and melt and pour soap, this super easy, homemade salt scrub recipe gently exfoliates skin as it lathers and cleanses like soap! Alternately, you can also try one of my other salt scrub recipes.

For more recipes like my strawberry smoothie salt scrub recipe, be sure to check out my DIY Bath and Body board on Pinterest. It’s filled with tons of natural skin care recipes and homemade soap recipes perfect for your daily beauty regimen.

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11 Comments

  • Junia Almeida de Carvalho

    June 12, 2017 at 5:43 pm

    Oi Princesa, você tem muitas receitas maravilhosas, mas posta mais salt scrub. Queremos também , recetas butter chicoteadas, foaming, loções……

    1. Rebecca D. Dillon

      June 12, 2017 at 8:10 pm

      You can find my salt scrub recipes here. The others I only have a few of but there are Whipped Body Butter Soufflé & Exfoliating Whipped Sugar Scrub Recipes here or you can search for what you’re looking for using the search feature.

  • paulette

    June 15, 2017 at 11:02 am

    Looks and sounds soooo good!! Would love to try!!

  • Nicole

    July 17, 2017 at 5:41 pm

    If I don’t use the strawberry fruit powder (changing a few things) and use something non perishable- do I really need the preservative?

    1. Rebecca D. Dillon

      July 18, 2017 at 9:50 am

      The foaming bath whip base I used already has a preservative in it, so it would be optional unless you want to add more to be on the safe side. However, if you choose a base without a preservative, you would need to add one.

  • Sade

    November 14, 2017 at 5:27 am

    What are the other preservatives can I use if I don’t use the foaming bath whip base? Any suggestion

    1. Rebecca D. Dillon

      November 14, 2017 at 8:08 am

      What type of base are you planning to use? You really do need a foaming bath whip base or foaming bath butter for this particular recipe. These typically contain water and already have a preservative in them.

  • Robin

    November 21, 2017 at 11:38 am

    Is there a shelf life for this? If so how long will it last if not used daily?

    1. Rebecca D. Dillon

      November 21, 2017 at 3:00 pm

      The foaming bath butter base has a preservative. You don’t necessarily need to add an additional one, but it is a preference often times for someone selling bath and beauty products that can come in contact with water to be safe. Your shelf life is always the same as the ingredient with the shortest shelf life.

  • Chantel

    March 9, 2018 at 9:32 pm

    I bought some foaming soap base for this recipe. Mine came in a brick. Will it work for this or do I melt it down? Thanks

    1. Rebecca D. Dillon

      March 10, 2018 at 7:26 am

      Was it the same base or a different one? It may be that it’s cold and needs to be brought to room temperature. It is a semi-solid product so it’ll be stiff but it shouldn’t be rock hard. You shouldn’t need to melt it down. Once you add the additional ingredients and start mixing it, it should be fine.

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