DIY Brown Sugar & Vanilla Body Scrub Recipe

A FiberArtsy Tutorial

Last week I shared with you my super yummy Lemon Sugar Scrub Recipe

and I promised you the Brown Sugar & Vanilla Body Scrub so here it is.This scrub not only exfoliates your skin but it moisturizes at the same time. Plus, it’s made with all natural ingredients that you probably already have in your kitchen.

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Step 1: Ingredients Needed:

1 1/2 Cups Light Brown Sugar
1 Cup White Sugar

1 Cup Oil (your choice, Olive and Sunflower work well)

1 TB Pure Vanilla Extract

Step 2:

Combine all ingredients in a bowl and mix well. If the mixture is too
dry, add a bit more oil. You want it moist but not soupy wet.

Spoon the scrub into a sealable container such as a mason jar and enjoy! Works great on the whole body and smells delicious!



<p>What exactly are bath scrubs</p>
<p>i made it! great use. i love it</p>
Awesome! I'm so happy you love it.<br>Thanks for letting me know! :)<br>Annette<br>FiberArtsy.com
<p>I suffer from reoccurring acne outbreaks. I'm always looking for a great all natural exfoliate and was so happy when I found this. Smells very sweet! http://youscrub.com</p>
how long does the scrub last, before it starts going bad?
<p>One way to help it last a little bit longer is to add a few drops of Vitamin E oil. You can find it at Walmart for a few bucks in the Vitamin Section. You can either buy the caplets, or the actual oil. </p>
<p>Sorry for the late reply.... mine never lasts long enough to go bad but you can try keeping it in the fridge</p>
doesnt sugar promote acne?
<p>If you eat it. I've never had a problem with using it as a scrub</p>
Considering the ingredients, it wont last forever. refrigerator will extend the life, but the biggest concern is the oil going rancid.
<p>Agreed. Mine never lasts long enough though</p>

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