SUGAR HIGH | CITRUS SCRUB
January 13, 2017
“Turn Your Complexion From Dull And Dry To Bright, Vibrant, And Smooth!”
Use your homemade Organic scrub to naturally and gently exfoliate those tired, dead cells to speed up the skin renewal process, allowing new healthy cells to take their place while also reducing fine lines and wrinkles.
Not only will you be keeping your skin baby soft and smooth, when you make your own skincare products, you will know exactly what’s in them, save money, and be helping to save our planet!
- Prep: 10 mins
- Yields: 2 1/4 Cups
1 cup Organic – Virgin – Cold Pressed Coconut Oil
10-30 drops Essential Oil (Lavender, Chamomile, Tea Tree, or Citrus (Lemon, Grapefruit, Orange, etc.)
Essential Oils smell wonderful – If you want to add a little Peppermint to the mix just add about 3-4 drops and be sure to keep away from eye area when scrubbing.
Don’t be afraid to create your own scent combinations, just be sure to always use Organic (OG) Essential Oils. And always test your scent intensity as you stir, Essential Oils smell amazing but you don’t want the fragrance to be overly powerful!
HOW TO MAKE SCRUB
1Pour all ingredients into a large mixing bowl and stir until well combined
2Place in an air tight container and store --- NOTE: This homemade scrub is safe for use on both your face and body
HOW TO APPLY
1Dampen your skin with water
2Exfoliate with a small amount of your scrub in a circular motion
3Rinse off and lather up with your homemade All Whipped Up | Soothing Body Butter to keep your skin silky smooth! --- Click here to get the recipe!
Always use Organic 100% pure essential Oils --- Why choose Organic??? Click here to learn more!!!
Always use Organic and Non-GMO ingredients to avoid harmful pesticides and genetically modified foods. Click here to learn more!
Glass or ceramic, stainless steel bowls are ideal for use when mixing ingredients, avoid using anything plastic. Click here to find out more on "The Harmful Effects Of Plastic On Human Health & The Environment"
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