If you are having issues with dry skin, there’s nothing better than a simple sugar scrub recipe that can be made in your own kitchen!
This product is a hit wherever cold, dry winters exist! Want baby-soft skin? To avoid applying lotion after you get out of the shower? Desirous of removing dead skin cells?
If so, this is your recipe! Join many others (myself included) who have fallen in love with it!
A SIMPLE SUGAR SCRUB RECIPE
For this recipe you’ll need:
- 1/2 C unrefined shea butter
- 1/4 C unrefined coconut oil
- 1/3-1/2 C raw organic sugar (depending on the density wished for)
- essential oils of choice
- a mixer
Directions: place 1/2 C shea butter in bowl along with coconut and essential oils. Whip for several minutes, until light and frothy. With a spatula, fold in sugar until well mixed throughout.
Fill containers of choice and store in a cool place. If perchance your oils are exposed to heat and melt down, simply re-whip and store once again.
When battling dry skin, use weekly in the shower, applying it areas of skin that need help.
HOW TO USE YOUR SUGAR SCRUB
Always apply the sugar scrub at the end of your shower. Not only will this soften skin and make your scrub more effective, but it will also prevent you from spreading the heavy oils throughout your hair as you wash. Be sure to put up your freshly-washed hair to prevent heavy oils from catching.
Turn off the shower and take a quarter-sized bit of sugar scrub in the palm of your hand. Apply to the body and gently apply pressure, working in a circular motion.
Be careful! Unrefined sugar is rough and no one wants raw skin!
Use as needed. When complete, be sure to rinse off just long enough to remove sticky sugars. It shouldn’t take more than 30 seconds!
Pop out of the shower and instead of wiping the body dry, dab and pat it with a towel, leaving oils on the skin. Once complete, carry on with preparations for the day!