Cucumber Green Tea Sugar Scrub

May 31, 2013 by Jenny Melrose
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I am so excited that the Summer is finally here.  If there is one thing I love it’s having smooth and relaxed feet for Summer.  I love the look of a new pedicure, but I love the scrubs that they use even more.  I created my own spin on the traditional sugar scrub used at my favorite spa with my Cucumber Green Tea Sugar Scrub.

Cucumber Green Tea Sugar Scrub

Cucumber Green Tea Sugar Scrub

The best part is that you only need 3 ingredients to put this scrub together.  You’ll need:

3 cups sugar

1/4 cup baby oil

1/4 cup Cucumber & Green Tea Wash

essential oils {I used Eucalyptus Globulus}

I had the Cucumber & Green Tea Wash in my cupboards because it’s a favorite wash of Riley’s.  We just love the smell.  Any type of body wash would work though.  You can always adjust the amount of sugar to compensate for the consistency of the wash.

Cucumber Green Tea Sugar Scrub Ingredients

I packaged the Cucumber Green Tea Sugar Scrub in a mason jar with raffia wrapped around the lid.  I added a vintage silver button to give the mason jar a little more flair.  These mason jars would make a great gift for a bridal shower or other special events.

Cucumber Green Tea Sugar Scrub Simple Ingredients

 

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  • Lyuba@willcookforsmiles


    I’m loving this scrub! I really need to try it…it’s flip flop season 🙂

  • Tanya Schroeder


    I can’t believe how simple this is! I bet it feels and smells wonderful! My feet need this!

  • Rachel @ I Love My Disorganized Life


    Great scrub, gorgeous earrings!

  • Heather @ French Press


    what a terrific gift this would be! Gorgeous color too

  • donnasquaw1952


    I can’t wait to try the scrub, I love the smell of Cucumber tea! The earring are beautiful! I’ve tried to get my password from Instagram a lot of tries because I forgot, but they won’t send it to me. So I can’t get the points/entries for it. I don’t know what else to do to get it. Thanks for the scrub and the giveaway.
    Donna Harris

  • Justine Y


    This is great, can’t wait to try!

  • Julie Corbisiero


    Hi this looks like fun to make and give as a gift. I saw it on Made by you Monday.
    Julie from julieslifestyle.blogspot.com

  • DearCreatives (@DearCreatives)


    Oh, excited to try your diy. I’ve made scrub but love the fresh cucumber smell. Thanks for the chance on the giveaway too! Theresa @ DearCreatives.com

  • anna marie


    This looks great, do you know how long it will keep? I’m guessing a long time, but want to make sure. Thanks!

    • Jenny Melrose


      I made this back in May for my grandmother and she just recently said that she was using hers still. I would think for quite a while as well, especially in a mason jar.

  • Brenda Muschal


    Will
    you please tell me how much this makes. I love cucumber and green tea fragrance. I can’t wait to make it. I was thinking of making some for gifts. I just needed to how much supplies I should buy Thanks!!

  • nadia hood


    Can’t wait to try this!
    How much of each ingredience do you put in ??

    • Jenny


      The ingredients with the measurements are under the first picture.

  • Janae


    I made a lavender version of this. Except I used lavender scented Epsom salt & johnsons baby lavender bedtime bath. I also used a drop of food coloring to make it lavender color. It has such a nice feeling, doesn’t leave an oily feel afterwards. can’t wait to try this scent. .

  • Vicky


    I’ve looked for the Huggies wash, can’t seem to find it? Where did you buy it at?

  • Vicky


    Where di you find the Huggies wash?, can’t seem to find it?

  • Sally W


    Can you tell me how long you soak feet or any other directions, I want to give as a gift.. Thank you!

  • Sally W


    How long do you soak feet in it?

  • Heather Holmes


    I love this… except I used coconut oil instead of baby oil. I also made another version with Dr. Teals Vapor bath(lots of other varieties) and Epsom salt. Smells FANTASTIC and really helps when you have a cold or allergies. Both leave your skin so soft.

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  • Vicky


    Where did you find the wash?

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