The best crafts are the ones that are quick and easy, fun to make, and made for yourself! Pamper your summer skin with this delicious-smelling lemon chiffon homemade sugar scrub. Packaged in a mason jar with a chalkboard-style label, this homemade sugar scrub recipe is simple and fast to make and smells like heaven. Make a jar for yourself, and one for a friend, your mom, or your child’s teacher.
Lemon Chiffon Homemade Sugar Scrub Supplies:
- Darice Glass Mason Jars with Chalkboard Labels
- 2 Cups Sugar (Per Jar)
- 1/4 Cup Melted Coconut Oil (Per Jar)
- 1/4 Cup Avocado Oil (Per Jar)
- 20 Drops Abbey & Sullivan Lemon Chiffon Pie Fragrance Oil (Per Jar)
- 10 Drops Life of the Party Soap Dye – Yellow (Per Jar)
- David Tutera White Chalk Pen
- Measuring Cups
Step 2. Measure 1/4 cup of avocado oil (or any other liquid oil of your choice, such as olive oil) into a cup, and add 20 drops of Lemon Chiffon Pie fragrance oil into the oil. Mix together lightly, and add oil mixture to the sugar in the bowl.
Step 3. Melt 1/4 cup coconut oil in the microwave (about 30 seconds should do it). Add to sugar mixture.
Step 5. Reserve 1 cup of the mixture and set aside.
Step 6. Add 10 drops of Yellow Soap Dye to the remaining sugar mixture in the bowl. Mix until combined.
Step 7. Scoop yellow mixture into the mason jar and tamp down with a spoon.
Step 8. Measure the white homemade sugar scrub mixture into the top of the mason jar. Place the lid on the jar, then wash the outside of the jar with soap and water to remove any stray oil. Dry jar completely.
Place the label on the jar. Then open the jar up again and take another sniff! Mmm!
If you enjoyed learning how to make your own homemade sugar scrub, you might also be interested in our tutorial on how to make homemade soap!
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Heather Mann is the mother of four boys and designs and shares clever crafts with a frugal twist at her site Dollar Store Crafts. She’s also fascinated by the unsuccessful (yet humorous) side of crafting, and explores it at her site CraftFail, and in her new book, CraftFail: When Handmade Goes Horribly Wrong.