How To Make Sugar Scrub by Gracie Noelle - Musely
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How To Make Sugar Scrub

posted in Skin & Body
  • You'll need:
    Coconut oil
    Microwavable bowl
    Essential oil
    Food coloring
    A jar or container

  • First, put some coconut oil (depends how much of the scrub you want) into a small microwavable bowl.

  • Next, put the the coconut oil into the microwave for 5-10 second chunks or until the coconut oil has turned into liquid.
    Then, pour some sugar into the melted coconut oil, stir it all up and keep pouring sugar until it has turned into a paste. Put your desired color of food coloring into it and stir it. (No it won't stain your skin!). Next put a few drops of essential oil into it (I used vanilla extract). Put it in a jar or container and use it while your in the shower!

  • The one that I made smelled heavenly! It also made my skin feel sooooo soft!!! I loved it!

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