Summer Sugar Scrubs: Part 1

sugar scrubs finished

I have been making homemade sugar scrubs for almost a year now—It’s my new favorite hobby! So, I thought I would share two different scrubs that are perfect for the summertime. They are great for a little self-pampering or they make wonderful gifts as well. Today is all about the Coconut Sugar Scrub, and I will be back next week to share a recipe for a Lemonade Sugar Scrub…so stay tuned!


coconut sugar scrub ingThis recipe with fill an 8-12 oz. container {I like to use mason jars}. Mix the above ingredients together in a large bowl. If you want a more liquid-like consistency, add more oil. If you want a more solid texture, add more sugar.

coconut sugar scrub mixIt should look something like this…

coconut sugar scrub up closePackage the scrub in a container with a tight seal…

sugar scrubs all done

Enjoy for yourself or share with someone! Make sure to check back next week for the Lemonade Sugar Scrub!

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9 thoughts on “Summer Sugar Scrubs: Part 1

  1. Oh Hannah… this is so awesome! Love, love, love it!
    I love your blog page here as well… so light and fresh! Keep on for Him!
    In Him,

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  3. Does it stay soft in the jar? Harden? Do you need to stir it before each use? Thanks, it looks great and perfect for gifts!

    • It will stay soft in a jar for at least a month or two as long as it’s sealed tightly. It may stay moist longer, just kind of depends on the climate you live in. Mason jars work well. If you notice the oil and sugar separating then it’s a good idea to stir it before using it. Thanks so much for coming by!!

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