DIY Festive Fall Sugar Scrub

Festive Fall Sugar Scrub

Sugar scrubs are a great way to exfoliate and soften your skin and can easily be customized using different types of sugar, salt, oil, and essential oil. This festive fall sugar scrub is gentle on your skin and has a delicious spicy fall aroma. This scrub is naturally white in color but can be glammed-up with some natural, skin-safe, food coloring. The options are endless!

What You Need:

3/4 cup white sugar (you can also use brown sugar or sea salt)

1/2 cup Fractionated Coconut Oil (you could also use almond oil, grapeseed oil, or olive oil).

4 drops Cassia essential oil (close relative of Cinnamon)

4 drops Clove essential oil

2-4 drops Ginger essential oil

Sugar Scrub Ingredients

Directions:

1. Combine sugar and Fractionated Coconut Oil into a bowl.

Celebrate Fall by making this festive fall sugar scrub to help exfoliate and soften your skin.
.Celebrate Fall by making this festive fall sugar scrub to help exfoliate and soften your skin.

2. Add essential oils.

Sugar Scrub Clove

3.  Stir until the mixture is the consistency of a slushy. You may need to add more sugar or Fractionated Coconut Oil for desired consistency. If you want to add color, now is the time. For separate colors, divide scrub into bowls depending on how many colors you want. If you want three colors, divide into three bowls. Color as desired and carefully pour on top of each layer.

Celebrate Fall by making this festive fall sugar scrub to help exfoliate and soften your skin.
4.  Add to an air-tight container. You’re done! Use 1-2 times a week on hands, feet, legs, or arms. Follow with dōTERRA hand lotion for best results.

Festive Fall Sugar Scrub Final

As posted at http://doterrablog.com/diy-festive-fall-sugar-scrub/

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