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I already do a few DIY products like Laundry detergent and hair deep conditioners so I am all over this. Body scrubs are great for exfoliating the skin by removing the dead skin cells and allowing the new skin to surface. They make your skin feel so soft afterwards and with a pleasant smell you feel like a new person. They are really easy to make and most (if not all) have some of the ingredients:
There are numerous variations in all and some add more ingredients for fragrance or therapeutic reasons but if your scrub doesn't have one of those main ingredients above then you may need to try another.
I'm all over the coffee body scrubs and will share one I found on Pinterest:
*Equal parts ground coffee and raw sugar
1 tbsp olive oil
2 tbsp coconut oil
1 tbsp sea salt
Mix the ground coffee with raw sugar and sea salt. Add the olive oil and coconut oil. And voila, coffee body scrub.
Here's a simple vanilla sugar scrub:
*2 1/2 cups sugar in the raw
3/4 cup white granulated sugar
4-5 tbsp vanilla extract
1/4 cup almond oil
In a bowl, mix together the sugar in the raw and the white granulated sugar. Add in the vanilla extract and almond oil and mix well.
We cannot forget about Martha's sugar scrub:
Epsom salt, sea salt, or organic cane sugar
12 oz. jar with cap
Combine 1 cup of body oil with 2 cups of Epsom or sea salts or organic cane sugar (depending on how fine a grain you like).
We added lemon zest for color and fragrance. Package in jars (plastic is safest by the tub).
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Keep that skin exfoliated and soft Naturals,