Very popular at the moment, sugar scrubs are economical to make and soooo easy! Although these are oil in oil formulations, water does tend to get into the pot so I am using a preservative. The Polysorbate is used as a solubliser and to help keep the emulsion blended together and stop it become a slushy pot of oils.
Present in a Bail Jar, Large Double Wall Jar or Wide Necked Jar with a plastic spoon or Wooden Scoop - they look wonderful.
Tropic Island Hum Raw Sugar Scrub
Team these wonderful natural tropical fruit & nut oils with yummy Island Kiss (or other) fragrance for a blissful scrub experience! Alternatively you may wish to use a blend of Essential Oils
Combine all ingredients and mix well with a wooden spoon or spatula and then pot up! What could be easier than that?
Cinn-ful Sugar Body Breakfast
Yummo - team the Ground Walnut Shells and Almonds with some of our foody fragrances for a delicious start to the day!
4 Tablespoons Raw Brown Sugar (50%)
1 Tablespoons Ground Walnut Shells (12%)
1 Tablespoon finely chopped or ground Almonds (12%)
1 Tablespoon Sweet Almond Oil (12%)
2 Teaspoons Jojoba Oil (6%)
2 Teaspoons Macadamia Oil (6%)
½ - 1 Teaspoon Gingerbread Cookie Fragrance or Toasted Maple Pecan Fragrance
½ Teaspoon Essential Oils (2%)
⅛ Teaspoon Phenoserve (0.5%)
Pinch of cinnamon powder
As above - Combine all ingredients and mix well with a wooden spoon or spatula and then pot up!
To Use Sugar and Salt Scrubs
Spoon out some of the scrub onto your hand and massage gently onto your skin in a circular motion for a minute or so. (The scrub will tend to tighten on your skin like a masque). Leave on for a few minutes and then rinse off with warm water.
Note: Its a good idea to avoid using scrubs within a few days of an important event ie. your wedding, Year 12 Ball etc, because your skin can develop temporary blotches when it is scrubbed. Ensure you exfoliate about one week prior to the event just to be sure.
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