15 DIY Homemade Body Scrubs

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Do you have a certain shower routine you follow? In my case, aside from the usual shampoo and soap, I also incorporate body scrubs whenever I shower. Aside from making your skin feel super-smooth, body scrubs allow your skin to absorb moisturizer better, remove dead skin cells, and more. And no, this does not mean that I am encouraging you to go and buy the most expensive body scrub you can find.

Instead, here are 15 DIY homemade body scrubs you can easily do! 

15. DIY: 3-Ingredient Peppermint Sugar Scrub

Today we are taking a stroll down EASY street with a SIMPLE, 3-ingredient, DIY project that totally says “foodie” and that would most certainly be appropriate for said foodie to gift to all their friends. I’m talking sugar scrub!

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14. Sea Salt Scrub Recipe

​Do you want healthier looking skin? This sea salt scrub recipe is a wonderful blend of Himalayan sea salt and essential oils that will exfoliate dead skin, leaving your skin softer and younger looking.

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13. Rosehip Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipe

Make this easy brown sugar scrub loaded with rosehip and honey to refresh, soothe, and soften skin naturally.

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12. Non-Toxic Lavender Sugar Scrub 

Making your own hygiene products is a great way to remove toxins from your home. This non-toxic Lavender Sugar Scrub is easy to make and, by using coarse sugar, is a great option to help remove dead skin cells and callouses. I use this sugar scrub on my hands and feet.

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11. Gingerbread Emulsified Whipped Sugar Scrub Recipe for Dry Skin

This gingerbread emulsified whipped sugar scrub recipe turns into a lotion when you rinse it off. The gingerbread scent is from natural essential oils.

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10. Easy DIY Glitter Lip Scrub Recipe 

Make your own DIY lip scrub at home! This easy lip scrub – made with just three ingredients – will help exfoliate and repair your lips and keep them soft and healthy as the colder temperatures set in.

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9. DIY Whipped Sugar Scrub – Treat Yourself, Treat A Friend!

What’s better than a nice bath or shower with luxurious bath products? One with luxurious bath products you made yourself like this DIY Whipped Sugar Scrub!

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8. Orange Cranberry Sugar Scrub

This Orange Cranberry Sugar Scrub is pretty, smells fantastic, and is wonderful for your skin. But it’s not just good for your own at home treatments, it makes a fantastic gift for a welcoming hostess, tired teacher, helpful neighbor, or anyone else who would enjoy a little treatment.

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7. Ginger Citrus Scrub

Ginger Citrus Scrub makes a great gift! It’s also nice to keep for yourself to make your skin feel amazing!

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6. DIY Coffee Bath Scrub Recipe

We all know a hot cup of coffee can wake us up in the morning, but so can this DIY Coffee Bath Scrub recipe! It makes a great-smelling, rejuvenating scrub.

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5. DIY: Ultimate Skin Scrub with Frankincense Essential Oil

If you love making DIY Beauty products with essential oils, I have a treat for you! A DIY Skin Scrub with Frankincense.

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4. DIY Coffee Scrub

DIY Coffee Scrub makes a super easy and fun gift for your family and friends this holiday season. Using staple pantry ingredients, mix up this simple scrub in minutes.

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3. Peppermint Sugar Scrub with Free Printable Gift Labels

Peppermint Sugar Scrub makes a great homemade gift, perfect for a friend who deserves to pamper themselves. It is also quick and easy to make, so it is an excellent last minute DIY gift for the holidays!

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2. How to Make Fantastic Home-made Peppermint Foot Scrub

Peppermint foot scrub is both cooling and invigorating making it a real treat that will be appreciated and used.

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1. DIY Lemon Sugar Scrub Recipe

This Lemon Sugar Scrub Recipe makes a great-smelling, rejuvenating sugar scrub that you can either use yourself or package in a pretty jar or mason jar to make a thoughtful and homemade gift.

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