Introduction: Baking Soda Lip Scrub

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This is an easy at-home diy to make. All the ingredients are all things I'm sure you have at home. It takes no time and no mess. It is simple to make and all you need to do is mix all the ingredients together. It is effective for your wallet and on your lips. This scrub will make your lips more plump, soft, and more hydrated.

Step 1: Gather Your Ingredients

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For this instructable you will need:

- 3 Tb. of baking soda

- 1/2 tb. of extract or essential oil ( I'm using orange essential oil)

- 1/2 tb. of olive oil ( what I'm using for more moisture and shine) or water ( simpler alternative and doesn't carry a scent)

- Mixing Container

- Mix Utensil

Step 2: Mix Your Ingredients

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Just mix all the ingredients together until you get the consistency you prefer. Once again I like to go for a gritty paste.

Step 3: Put in a Container

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Just take your mixing utensil then put it in your container you picked out originally.

Step 4: Enjoy!

You can use the scrub right away as soon as you finish mixing. I recommend put on a little bit where it just barely covers your lips. Rub you lips together for about 30 seconds at most. Then wipe off with a wet paper towel to revel your softer more plump lips. Make sure not to use this treatment more than three times a day. I like to use it right before bed and sometimes when I wake up.


gleasotm (author)2017-12-08

Very nice!

GinaD45 (author)2017-12-01

Super cool!

sammaroo (author)2017-12-01

This does not belong in the art category...

The Juliart (author)2017-11-27

Very nice! Good Instructable!

ucygbv (author)2017-11-20


hippiejuiceman (author)2017-11-19

Thanks the Mrs. will love this.

BrigidF2 (author)hippiejuiceman2017-11-20

Glad you like it!

dairy.girl.1230 (author)2017-11-19

This is such a good idea!

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