These pumpkin spice DIY sugar scrub cubes make for a delightful shower with the warm and comforting smells of fall!
Hello there! I hope you’re enjoying the beauties of the fall season. As of late I think it’s fair to say that fall has also become known as pumpkin spice season. There isn’t much that you can’t find in a pumpkin spice scent/flavor. DIY beauty products are one of my favorite ways to enjoy my favorite scents and these pumpkin spice DIY sugar scrub cubes are my latest obsession. Ready for pumpkin spice everything? Great! Let’s start with these!
- Darice Shea Butter Soap Base
- 1 Cup Granulated Sugar
- 1/3 Cup Fractionated Coconut Oil or Vitamin E Oil
- 1 Drop Clove Essential Oil
- 1 Drop Nutmeg Essential Oil
- 2 Drops Cinnamon Essential Oil
- 1 Tablespoon Pumpkin Pie Spice (optional)
- ½ Bottle Orange Soap Dye
- Silicone Ice Cube Molds or Silicone Soap Mold
- Darice Jar with Locking Lid
- Printable Label (optional)
Combine sugar and pumpkin pie spice. The essential oils are what give most of the scent of the sugar scrub cubes but the pumpkin pie spice gives them a more authentic pumpkin spice look.
Have your mold close at hand and add sugar into soap/oil mixture. Stir well and FAST and immediately pour into mold. The mixture hardens very quickly so if it hardens before it has all been poured into the molds, you can simply spoon it into molds and press down with the back of a spoon to compact the cube together.
These pumpkin spice DIY sugar scrub cubes make a great gift too… put them in a jar with a pretty label (you can download my free my printable label here) and you have a great hostess, holiday or birthday gift.
For another scrumptious spa recipe you’re sure to love, check out this lemon chiffon homemade sugar scrub!
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Lydia is the creator of Lydi Out Loud, a lifestyle blog where she shares her passions in crafting, DIY, cooking and entertaining. She is a wife, fur baby mama and lover of paint, glue guns, vinyl and peanut butter. Lydia has been featured in Somerset Home magazine, GoodHousekeeping.com, CountryLiving.com and Buzz Feed.