Whipped Sugar Scrub

April 10, 2014 by Jenny Melrose
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You’ve probably heard all sorts of “authorities” talk about the benefits of cooking food from scratch rather than eating processed/prepared foods.  All the things like, “you can control the amount of sodium”, “you can control the amount/ types of fats”, “you can avoid additives”, and the list goes on.  Well, I’m going to let you in on a little secret.  This can be said for making your own beauty products. Now, before you say, “What, me?  Make my own beauty products?”  Grab a drink (coffee, tea, water, etc), get comfortable, and let me share with you a great whipped sugar scrub you can make in no time with supplies available at your local grocery store.  Yes, you heard me correctly, everything can be picked up in your next trip to the supermarket.

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Whipped Sugar Scrub

 
Looking for an all natural way to create the perfect sugar scrub? This Whipped Sugar Scrub walks you through the process from beginning to end.
 
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  • Cher @ Designs by Studio C


    How fabulous that all of the ingredients can be found at the local grocery store!! Thank you for sharing!

  • Lauren @ The Thinking Closet


    This would make a perfect mother’s day or teacher appreciation gift! Thanks for the inspiration, Marilyn!

  • Heatherr


    Hey, I just found your site through pinterest, I was just wondering how long the sugar scrub, or body butter would last? does it go off?

    • Hayley Roberts


      Was also wondering how long it would last?

  • katie


    how much does this make??

    • Nancy Dierkes


      How much does this make?

  • Ludo


    The original above recipe turned out great! Tried this with solid coconut oil and fractionated coconut oil, took a long time and was the consistency of a cream soup.

  • Zelma


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  • Brittanie


    Hi, I’m making these as gifts. How do I store them? The fridge? Will they melt if not?

  • sherry


    Can this method be used with something besides coconut oil? I need it to be nut free!

  • Jacqui


    Thank you for sharing your recipe! Can’t wait to try it! Just a note…for many people with gluten issues, corn can’t be used. Most corn in the US is GMO these days, so unfortunately not good for anyone. So, a good substitute might be tapioca starch! That should make this more user friendly for a lot of folks. Hope this helps someone.
    Thanks again!
    Jacqui

  • Jennifer


    I love the immediate result, but after being in the jar for 2 hours it had completely separated. Any tips on keeping this from happening?

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