{DIY} Pumpkin Spice Sugar Scrub

pump spice displayCooler Fall weather can mean drier skin, so what better time for a sugar scrub! This Pumpkin Spice Sugar Scrub is perfect for this time of the season. Your skin will love this simple-to-make, cozy-scented scrub . My hands were SO soft and smelled wonderful after I used it!

You will need…

pump spice 0241 Cup Granulated Sugar

1/2 Cup Brown Sugar

2 Teaspoons Pumpkin Pie Spice

1/2 Cup Safflower Oil

pump spice 026 Mix the dry ingredients together in a bowl and then add the safflower oil.

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The mixture should be crumbly, yet moist. If you want a wetter consistency, add a little more oil.

pump spice 029Package the mixture in a jar with a tight seal. Mason jars work well.

doneBe as creative as you like and add some final decorative touches. Put it by your kitchen or bathroom sink, and use it any time your hands need some pampering.

It’s a fun gift too!

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Looking for more sugar scrub ideas? Check-out the Sugar Scrubs Page!!

hannah

(C) 2013 Pocketful of Motherhood

DIY Lavender Sugar Scrub

sugar scrub displayIf you have been following along, you know that I recently shared two fun summer inspired sugar scrubs. In case you missed them you can find them here and here. Well, for something a little different yet still just as fun…the sugar scrub I’m sharing today is great for those much-needed relaxing moments and it’s a refreshing all-over body scrub.

My recommendation: fill up the tub with a warm bubble bath, and bring along this scrub for a relaxing experience.

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Did I mention how easy it is to make? Mix together the above ingredients in a bowl…

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Initially it will look somewhat runny, but the sugar will eventually absorb the liquid. Of course, you can adjust the sugar to liquid ratio for your preferences. Add a few drops of red and blue food coloring to make it purple {Less is better when it comes to food coloring and sugar scrubs}. Then package it in jar or container of your choice {just make sure it has a tight seal!}. And…

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As I have said many times before, sugar scrubs make great gifts…and this one is no exception!

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Enjoy,

hannah

I found the recipe for this sugar scrub here.

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Summer Sugar Scrubs: Part 2

sugar scrubs display borderAs promised, I’m back to share another summertime sugar scrub. Be sure to check-out the Coconut Sugar Scrub if you missed it last week! So back to today—There’s nothing like a cold refreshing glass of lemonade on a hot summer day, right? Well, I was recently inspired by Pinterest to try this Lemonade Sugar Scrub—it is the perfect time of year for such a thing! This pampering scrub is a great addition to manicures and pedicures. It will leave your skin feeling oh-so soft and smelling lemony clean.

WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO MAKE THIS SCRUB:

sugar scrubs ingThere are only a few simple steps to follow…

sugar scrubs mixMix all the ingredients together in a bowl. I decided to use a combination of oils to even out the strong smell of olive oil. Extra virgin olive oil will add a natural yellow color—perfect for this scrub. It is also a wonderful moisturizer. It can be an overpowering smell though, so I recommend combining it with other oils like almond or coconut.

sugar scrubs up closeIt should look a little something like this.

sugar scrubs packagedPackage it in a container of your choice {a pint size mason jar works well}. If you are planning to use it as a gift, add some pretty ribbon and creative finishing touches. Simple things like that make a big difference. Oh and, Pssst: since you need to zest several lemons for this scrub, you can use the lemon juice to make some homemade lemonade!

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hannah

(C) 2013 Pocketful of Motherhood