20 Sugar Scrub Recipes to Make

How to make the best sugar scrub recipes at home.  These homemade sugar scrubs include pictured tutorials on how to make homemade facial scrubs. A homemade scrub doesn’t only exfoliate and moisturize your hands, feet, and body but it also makes an amazing gift!  So here are 20 homemade sugar scrubr recipes that include body scrubs to turn your dry winter skin smooth and silky.

As always, the Tip Junkie Style site has hundreds of pictured tutorials for homemade beauty recipes so you can always search there if you’’re looking for something specific. {wink}

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Sugar Scrub Recipes

1.  Sweet Ginger Skin Polish ~ This sugar scrub is incredibly easy and fully customizable and is the perfect gift for someone who has sensitive skin that dries out easily.

2.  Sugar Scrub Cubes in a Jar ~ These homemade sugar scrub cubes will naturally exfoliate your skin. Use this recipe and tutorial to create a batch of your own. Perfect to place in a jar with a cute label and give to a friend!

3.  Lemon Sugar Scrub Recipe ~ This recipe is deceptively simple and smells delicious.  It’’s a perfect Mother’s Day gift because even a child can easily make this sugary scrub!

4.  DIY Mint Sugar Scrub ~ In this post you’’ll learn how to create your very own mint sugar scrub. With great natural ingredients, your skin is sure to be refreshed after using this scrub! Throw it into a cute jar and you have a great gift!

5.  Coconut Tangerine Sugar Scrub {free printable tag} ~ Made with all natural ingredients, your skin will be as smooth as silk once you use this amazing coconut tangerine sugar scrub.  

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DIY Sugar Scrub

6.  Peppermint Candy Sugar Scrub ~ Even though this is a seasonal sugar scrub doesn’t mean you can’t savor it throughout the year. This sugar scrub recipe is incredibly easy. Make several small containers of varying scents to keep on hand for quick gifts.

7. Baby Rose Sugar Scrub ~ Store bought scrubs can be expensive and can contain some not so natural ingredients, this on the other hand is inexpensive and natural! By following this tutorial you will be able to create a scrub that not only will not break the bank, but you’’ll love using! Package it as shown and it would make great little gifts as well!

8. Cherry Sugar Body Scrub {With Free Printable Gift Tag} ~ This all-natural body scrub has a fresh fruity scent and makes a wonderful gift. Angie loves using these in the shower because she says the hot water melts the sugar before it becomes too abrasive. The post also includes a darling cherry shaped gift tag you can download for free.

9. Winter White Sugar Scrub {free label} ~ Baby oil, vaseline, granulated sugar and hand soap make this luxurious sugar scrub perfect for the grueling winter months.

10. Lavender Sugar Scrub ~ Store bought scrubs can be expensive and can contain some not so natural ingredients, this one the other hand is inexpensive and natural! By following this tutorial you will be able to create a scrub that not only will not break the bank, but you’’ll love using! Package it as shown and it would make great little gifts as well!

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Homemade Sugar Scrub

11.  Oatmeal Coconut Sugar Scrub ~ A great and easy gift idea or a beauty craft for yourself! An exfoliating body scrub made from simple ingredients in your home: Coconut oil, oatmeal, baking soda, and sugars.

12.  Pumpkin Spice Sugar Scrub ~ Who says pumpkin spice is only for the fall?  This pumpkin spice sugar scrub will allow the recipient to enjoy the smells of fall in the bathtub year round!  {score!}

13.  DIY Sugar & Olive Oil Scrub ~ The best way to soothe and heal your skin during the harsh winter months is to exfoliate and moisturize.  This sugar and olive oil scrub does both.

14.  Vanilla Pumpkin Sugar Scrub {free label} ~ Exfoliate away your dry winter skin with this amazing vanilla pumpkin sugar scrub. Put the scrub in cute jars and keep as back up gifts. There’’s a free label printable.  

15.  Vintage Homemade Sugar Scrub ~ In addition to giving you silky smooth skin, this sugar scrub also works wonders with removing dry paint from your hands.

16.  Coffee Scrub Recipe ~ This coffee scrub recipe is super simple and makes a perfect Christmas, Mother’’s Day or Teacher Appreciation gift. The best part? It can be made in under 20 minutes, including time spent embellishing the jar!

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Homemade Body Scrub Recipes

17.  DIY Body Scrub ~ This is a scrumptious DIY body scrub using sugar. The tutorial includes really cute printable labels, add a ribbon and you have a beautiful gift for mom this Mother’s Day!

18.  Eucalyptus Sugar Scrub ~ A simple recipe only requiring 3 ingredients, granulated sugar, coconut oil and essential oils.

19.  DIY Delicious Scrub ~ Scrubs are a wonderful way to exfoliate and feel fresh and clean.  This scrub has both sugar and salt and combines the delicious scents of coconut, lavender and almond oil.

20.  Moisturizing Body Scrub ~ This 4 ingredient Moisturizing Body Scrub looks good enough to eat!  Most of the ingredients are edible; coconut oil, brown sugar, and olive oil.  Gently heat the ingredients in a pan and then whip them together.  Voila!

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