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Craft Project: Treat Yourself with Home Made Sugar Scrub. Sometimes, at the end of a long week your poor feet just need some love.

Craft Project: Treat Yourself with Home Made Sugar Scrub

Rather than hitting up the big box store for something to pamper your sore feet, give this easy peasey sugar scrub recipe a whirl! Sugar scrubs are a really simple bath product to make, and you can keep some trash out of the bin while you're at it! All you need is a small tupperware or glass container (maybe one that previously held some Chinese delivery soup or marinated artichoke hearts?) , granulated sugar, and some sort of oil. For mine, I used organic coconut oil and turbinado for the sugar.

UpGRADE it! If you want to get even fancier than that, you can decorate the bottle with a custom label. I used a glue stick to attach a bit of white paper with the scrub's name to the strip, since I liked the printed back side of the security envelope. Use your glue stick again to secure the ends of the label together, if you're wrapping it all the way around. Sizzix Triple Play Blog Hop: Week 3 – Scrub a Dub Sugar Scrub by Tiffany W... Welcome to Week 3 of the Sizzix Triple Play Blog Hop. I’m on the road this week, so I am craving a soothing bath at home.

There is nothing quite as relaxing as soaking in your very own warm bath and deeply breathing in the healing scents of pure essential oils to soothe the soul. I love to create my own sugar scrubs and Brenda’s florals lend themselves perfectly for jar toppers. The flower petals were created from Sizzix Beauty Bloom Originals Die #655455 by Brenda Pinnick and felt by National NonWovens. For the larger flowers, I folded the petals, hand-stitched, folded again and stitched to give fullness to my fleurs.

How To Make a Coffee Body Scrub— Skin Care Treatment. Indie Fixx / Tutorial Tuesday: Make Your Own Cranberry Pumpkin Salt Scrub. Emmy Gabriel of the Natural Beauty Workshop blog came up with this seasonally appropriate Cranberry Pumpkin Salt Scrub and offered to share it with Indie Fixx readers. The Natural Beauty Workshop is the shop blog for From Nature With Love, a supplier of skin care, aromatherapy, spa and craft ingredients, so if you don’t have a local resource for the ingredients, you will be able to find everything you need for this salt scrub there.

Plus, if you’re not ready to branch out on your own, they sell kits as well. Made with skinfully decadent autumn ingredients, make this scrub for yourself or make it to gift to family & friends this season. Let me know if you make this and how it turns outs! Enjoy — Jen. How to: make homemade sugar scrub.

M.I.S.S. MICHELLE’S BEAUTY TIP OF THE WEEK: D.I.Y. MIRACLE MUSCLE SCRUB. Posted on 01 April 2007 | No Comment I LOVE this body scrub.


As a matter of fact, I use it everyday in the shower. Epsom salts are a natural topical muscle relaxant and skin exfoliator, and these salts are infused with lemon and eucalyptus essential oils. The lemon essential oil enlivens the senses; the eucalyptus essential oil is an anti-inflammatory and helps increase blood circulation. The combination of the two creates a relaxing and rejuvenating experience. What to buy: Epsom Salts, Lemon & Eucalyptus Essential Oils How to Instructions follow… Instructions: Pour the epsom salts into a sealable container. How to Exfoliate Your Skin With Olive Oil and Sugar. DIY homemade coffee body toning exfoliating scrub. Blog : Mothers Day: Homemade Hand Scrub. Homemade Hand Scrub By Katie Goodman As an avid cook and a mother of two young children, I find myself constantly washing my hands. As a result, I suffer from very dry skin. Living in a dry climate doesn’t exactly help with that either.

I’ve tried all kinds of lotions, but when it comes down to it, I realized that the lotions don’t have a lot of time to do much good when I’ll be washing my hands again in five minutes. What I needed was something that moisturized as I washed my skin, rather than removing the much-needed natural oils. First, you will need to gather your ingredients. Ingredients: Sugar Olive oil Kosher salt Lemon zest or other citrus zestLemon extract (optional) One recipe makes 2 cups, enough for a 1-pint jar, or 2 half-pint jars. Materials: Directions: Step 1: Combine 1 1/2 cup sugar, 1/3 cup kosher salt, and 1 cup of olive oil in a medium-sized bowl.

Step 2: Using a microplane zester, grate the zest of 1 large lemon. Under The Table and Dreaming: Lemon Sugar Hand Scrub {for Mom} Tutorial: make a yummy natural sugar scrub. With the holidays around the corner and cold, dry winter weather upon us here in eastern Canada, I wanted to share a nice sugar scrub to make a great handcrafted gift for family and friends on your gift list this year.

tutorial: make a yummy natural sugar scrub

This scrub will tame the dry, flaky skin winter brings, and makes an excellent stocking stuffer. Homemade Herbal Sugar Scrub. Thank you for visiting Little House in the Suburbs.

Homemade Herbal Sugar Scrub

Please subscribe and you'll get great simple living tips and how-to articles delivered to your inbox, for free! I have never been one for sugar scrubs. I have oily skin and the idea of putting something with more oil in it on my face, regardless of how ‘scrubby’ it claimed to be–appalling. But after reading that sucrose in a good oil actually has alpha-hydroxy (chemical exfoliant) properties, I thought I might give it a try. Besides, I had a lot of dried basil in the garage.